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Delta Homes for Sale and MLS® Listings above 3 beds

Explore a variety of Homes for sale in Delta, BC. Find the latest and most reliable above 3 beds property information available for homes in the Delta.

Frequently Asked Questions About Delta Real Estate (FAQ)

How many homes for sale are currently available in Delta, BC?

On Grayly, there are 504 homes available in Delta, BC currently. Different types of properties are available in Delta, BC which you can find by browsing through a variety of properties on Grayly, from single-family homes for sale to apartments and condos for sale.

What is the starting price for a detached home in Delta?

According to current Delta MLS© data, the starting price for a detached home in Delta, BC now is around $100,000.

What is the starting price for a condo in Delta?

Based on current Delta MLS© statistics, the starting price for a condo in Delta, BC now is around $420,000.

Delta, British Columbia Guide

 

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Located in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Delta is a part of the Greater Vancouver region. This city is only 22 kilometers away from the United States and being bordered by e Fraser Lowland, one of the main arms of the Fraser river, it`s known to be a city by the water. Delta is neighbored by Richmond, the city of New Westminster, Surrey, Boundary Bay, and finally the Strait of Georgia. 

For all those people who haven't found affordable homes for sale in Vancouver, Delta is the next fine choice. The major part of this city is rural areas, making it an optimal choice for those who love the outdoors or look for a calm place for their retirement. 

if you`re looking for homes for sale in Delta, this is the right place. Keep reading to learn more. 

Geography of Delta, British Columbia

With 364 kilometer square of land, Delta is not only a part of the Greater Vancouver Regional district, but it's also the largest municipality too. With the rich soils nourished by the Fraser river nearby, this city is the agricultural star of Metro Vancouver. 

Due to the regulations passed by the Agricultural Land Reserve most of the land in this area has been preserved for agricultural purposes, preventing it from being transformed into housing regions. Moreover, in the north part of Delta, there is a 40-kilometer square of natural wetlands known as Burns Bog, which is an essential part of Canada's wildlife. 

History of Delta, British Columbia

Much like most parts of Canada, Delta was also inhabited by indigenous people before European settlement in North America began. According to the documents, it was probably during the last decades of the 1800s when the first Europeans came to this region. The first man who set foot on the land was a Spanish explorer named Lieutenant Francisco de Eliza who thought the area to be an island and therefore named it "Isla de Cepeda".

But it was Thomas and William Ladner who began farming and fishing in this region which helped the settlement to develop in the coming decades. In the late 1900s, the area became a municipality named "the Corporation of Delta”, with Ladner as its administrative center. 

Demographics

According to Statics Canada 2021, Delta has about 108,455 residents living in more than 38,000 private properties. This displays a six percent growth from the last documented data which announced a population of 102,238.

According to Census 2016, about thirty-six percent of Delta's population are minorities. This means about 20,500 residents from the South Asian community, 7,700 Chinese Canadians, and 2,200 aboriginal peoples. This also includes people from the Tsawwassen First Nation, who still have control over some parts of their former territories. These Lands are located at the mouth of the Fraser River, which are shared with the first nation people of Hwlitsum. 

With more than 20 percent of South Asian residents, Delta is home to the fourth-largest South Asian community in British Columbia after Vancouver, Surrey, and Abbotsford. 

Transportation

Although the popular SkyTrain hasn't yet been established in Delta, bus stations are usually within a walk's distance from homes. However, being a rural region, many people in this city prefer to use their own car instead of daily transportation.

Even during rush hours, it only takes about an hour to get to Vancouver from downtown Delta. On top of that, Delta has many bridges, roads, and highways that connect this city to Richmond, Vancouver, and other neighboring cities. 

As mentioned before, the United States Border is also half an hour's drive away and if you go to Tsawwassen you can use the ferry to go to Vancouver Island.

Neighborhoods

Delta, BC has three main neighborhoods, which are known to be quite different from one another. North Delta with over 51,623 people living in private dwellings, is the most crowded suburban area. The majority of people who choose to live here are middle-class people commuting to Vancouver on a daily basis. 

Ladner, with over 20,000 residents, is the former 19th-century fishing village that has now developed into one of the main neighborhoods in Delta. The main industries in this region are fishing and farming with Ladner Trunk Road still being its main street.

And finally, proud to be known as the sunniest place in Metro Vancouver, we have Tsawwassen.  Located in the southwest Delta, and with approximately 20,000 residents living in luxury waterfront houses, this neighborhood has the most expensive homes for sale in Delta.

Real Estate Market

If you`re thinking about moving to this city, you should be aware of the relatively high prices of homes for sale in Delta. Just like most parts of the lower mainland properties aren't cheap here. But if you work in Vancouver, and you need a place with more affordable prices, Delta is a good choice.

North Delta is the area suited for most Canadians and immigrants with average incomes who can't afford the high rents and prices in Metro Vancouver. South Delta, which comprises Ladner and Tsawwassen, is a great place if you look for large retirement houses. If you`re a nostalgic person, these neighborhoods offer a variety of properties including duplexes, riverfront condos, townhouses, and even floating homes.

Rentals in Delta are quite similar to Vancouver. The standard rent for a single-bedroom apartment in downtown is about $2211 per month. If you`re looking for two bedrooms, you have to pay up to $3,000, and for a 3 bedroom, this can cost about $5,000 per month.