Surrey Real Estate Statistics
|Average Home Price||$2M|
|Total Real Estate Listings||12,684|
Property Types (active listings)
Explore Surrey, BC Real Estate
|All Listings||Under $100,000||$100,000 - $200,000|
|$200,000 - $300,000||$300,000 - $400,000||$400,000 - $500,000|
|$500,000 - $600,000||$600,000 - $700,000||$700,000 - $800,000|
|$800,000 - $900,000||$900,000 - $1,000,000||Over $1,000,000|
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Discover Surrey Homes For Sale Bc
Surrey homes for sale Bc have a great selection of single-family homes. For around $800,000 in the Cloverdale community, you can find newer homes with modern updated interiors. Single-family homes in this area average about 2,500 sq. ft., with 4-5 bedrooms, and 3-4 bathrooms. In this same price point you could also find a home in the community of Guildford. Homes in this area are a bit older, offering larger lots with homes that are perfectly livable, but may need some updating.
North Surrey Homes For Sale Bc
North Surrey homes for sale Bc are in the rapidly developing urban heartbeat of the city. This area borders the Fraser River at the northe end and becomes South Surrey once you cross Highway 10 and leave Cloverdale and Newton. Some of the other communities in North Surrey includes Whalley, Guildford, and Fleetwood.
With the latest restaurants and shopping centres, there will always be something new to taste or discover in this vibrant area. The property in this area is a great mix of new condos and townhouse projects, more affordable single-family houses, and some elegant luxury estates. North Surrey real estate is an area that is constantly growing, which provides for excellent investment opportunities!
South Surrey Homes For Sale Bc
South Surrey homes for sale Bc are mostly comprised of single-family properties. South Surrey borders Newton and Cloverdale to the north and the United States to the south. South Surrey also surronds White Rock, with Langley to the east and Delta to the west.
You will be able to find the style of home you like that fits all your needs. There are also newer condo developments in this area for those that prefer a maintenance-fee lifestyle. In recent years the King George Corridor has opened up and the area has seen the addition of premier retailers, outstanding restaurants, and a good mix of big box stores.
Living In Surrey, B.C.
Surrey has been referred to as the city of parks. It's a bustling city, but still keeps some of the natural landscape for all to enjoy. The following are just some of the highlights of Surrey:
- Home to 600 parks
- 277 exceptional hiking and biking trails
- Multiple beautiful urban forests
- Clean beaches with playgrounds
- Stunning golf courses
- Plenty of eco-tourism opportunities
Aside from all the parks and natural places to enjoy, Surrey is a city that has extraordinary continued growth. Residential towers are going up everywhere, housing developments are being planned and constructed, and companies are vying for optimal space to conduct business. With thousands of new residents each month, Surrey is on the fast track to meeting/exceeding Vancouver’s population one day.
Surrey has all the amenities of a large city, with no need to venture out! If you are looking for culture and historic places to visit, then Surrey will not disappoint. The following are a few places you will find yourself, and your family, visiting time and time again:
- Historic Stewart Farm
- Fraser Valley Heritage Railway
- Irving House
- Fraser River Discovery Centre
- Surrey Museum
If you are more interested in shopping until you drop, Surrey is the place to get anything and everything your heart desires. The following are just a sample of the fantastic shopping centres in Surrey:
- Guildford Town Centre
- Central City Shopping Centre
- Semiahmoo Shopping Centre
- Newton Town Centre
- The Shops at Morgan Crossing
Wondering where to enroll your kids into school?
Given the population of Surrey is over half a million residents, the schools that your children will attend depend largely on the community that you live in. School District No. 36 is responsible for schools in Surrey. There are also Christian, Catholic, and private schools for you to enroll your children in.
As far as continuing adult education, there is Douglas College and Surrey Training Centre for upgrading services. Simon Fraser University has a campus in Surrey that is a state-of-the-art facility for adults young and old to pursue an undergrad, masters, or PhD.
Looking for alternatives to get around Surrey?
Surrey has convenient access to the Fraser Highway with great links to Vancouver and the lower mainland. The transit system in the entire Greater Vancouver area is provided by Translink. You will be able to get anywhere you want to go utilizing this efficient network of buses and trains. If your work takes you to Vancouver, or anywhere else in the lower mainland, leave the car at home and relax as you enjoy a stress-free commute. With the volume of traffic, taking the transit system is the best option for you to get around this densely populated area.
Does Surrey real estate sound like the best fit for you? Contact Jag Sidhu Professional Real Estate Corporation today to start your home buying journey!