Surrey Homes & Real Estate
View the hottest Surrey, BC homes for sale and real estate below! Surrey is Metro Vancouver's largest city by land size and the second-largest by population with more than 500,000 residents, making Surrey a popular place to move to. Located on the Fraser River's southern side with plenty of water activities and outdoor recreation available, the city neighbours New Westminster and is about 33 kilometres from Vancouver. To request up-to-date information, including sales history and prices, property disclosures, and more about Surrey properties for sale, or to arrange a private showing of any property listed below, contact your LOCAL real estate experts today. Read more about Surrey real estate.
Homes For Sale in Surrey BC
Surrey Real Estate Search
This page is updated with Surrey home listings several times per day directly from the Surrey, British Columbia MLS.
Each Surrey MLS listing includes: the property price, days on the market, square footage, year built, lot size, number of bedrooms and bathrooms, assigned schools, construction type, and other important details as entered by the listing agent in the MLS.
Review local Surrey, BC property tax information and the current listing status (active, under contract, or pending). As available, numerous property features such as greenbelt locations, views, swimming pools, and Surrey neighborhood amenities, including parks and golf courses near Surrey, will be listed.
Surrey Real Estate Market
When looking to buy a home in Surrey, there are several great neighbourhood choices to consider:
- City Centre: Home to City Hall, Holland Park, major shopping venues
- Cloverdale: Home to the Surrey Museum and the city's classic Main Street
- Fleetwood: A smaller neighbourhood with three parks and Community Center
- Guildford: Has two regional parks, two libraries, and easy highway access
- Newton: Home to the historic Sullivan village site and nearly 150,000 residents
- South Surrey: Largest neighbourhood plus Crescent Beach
- Whalley: One of the city's oldest neighbourhoods, located in the northwest corner
Home prices throughout Surrey vary widely, from the low $100s in more affordable neighbourhoods to more than $10 million for a custom mansion built by one of Surrey's popular homebuilders on multiple acres in the city's most expensive neighbourhoods. The real estate market for detached, single-family homes could start in the low- to mid- $300s and span upwards of $1.1 million.
Suncreek Estates, a subdivision of West Newton, has townhomes with about 1,400 square feet and three bedrooms. In Central Surrey, there are condos with 300 to 400 square feet. A Melrose Place condominium typically has one bedroom and one bath, while the City Point High-Rise building occasionally lists two-bedroom, two-bathroom units.
Surrey Community Amenities
Residents of Surrey enjoy easy access to highways 99, 91, 15, 10, and 7. It's a short commute from the Vancouver International Airport (YVR) and the United States border. The city is home to 250 parks, scenic trails, and greenways, plus the Surrey Nature Centre on Green Timbers Way. There are nine community gardens, 15 off-leash dog areas, and fishing at three public spots. Surrey residents and their guests can find unique shops and restaurants throughout the city and retail centres like Guildford Town Centre and the outlet shops at Morgan Crossing. Surrey also enjoys a strong economy and a lower cost of living than sister city Vancouver, which draws many residents to this location.
With unforgettable popular attractions, kid-friendly activities, fun things to do, and interesting Surrey facts and history that set Surrey apart from other cities, why live anywhere else? Enjoy vitalizing outdoor activities like golf, hiking and biking, strolls in scenic parks, water attractions on lakes near Surrey, and more. But Surrey has far more depth to it than just outdoor activities. Shopping centers, dog-friendly activities, festivals, famous restaurants, and more await residents in the heart of Surrey.
Surrey Local Highlights
- Surrey Nature Centre: Located next to the Green Timbers Urban Forest
- 15 off-leash dog parks: Clayton, Forsyth, and Kennedy have separate areas for large and small breeds
- Fishing fun at Green Timbers, Surrey Public Wharf, and Brownsville Bar Park
- Cultural venues: Surrey Art Gallery and Arts Centre, Museum, Civic Theatre, and the Historic Stewart Farm
- Annual Festivals: Party for the Planet (April), Surrey International Children's Festival (May), Surrey Canada Day (July), Surrey Fusion Festival (July), and Surrey Tree Lighting Festival (November)
- Even if you don't live here, vacationing in Surrey lets you see some of the best the city has to offer
Surrey School Information
The Surrey School District is the largest in British Columbia. It serves Surrey, White Rock, and the rural Barnston Island area. The public school district has nearly 73,000 students across 104 elementary schools and 20 secondary schools. There are many other schools in Surrey outside the public school district, so students have dozens of options to choose from.
The community of Surrey in British Columbia offers urban amenities with easy access to rural destinations, outdoor recreation, and regional attractions. Surrey is home to residential neighbourhoods with convenient proximity to Downtown, major routes, numerous public transit options, parks, schools, and shopping areas.
Surrey, BC Real Estate Agents
Looking to purchase a home in Surrey? Let our Surrey real estate experts guide you through the sale of your current residence or the purchase of your new Surrey property. As local real estate agents, we have up-to-date information on the Surrey, British Columbia real estate market's unique dynamics.
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