Delta real estate is a welcomed anomaly in Greater Vancouver. Delta is the opposite of its neighbours in that it is sparsely-populated, peppered with farmland and has a long, natural coastline. For its 103,000 residents, Delta is the perfect mix of parks, farmland beaches, history and modern amenities.

Read below for this region’s real estate numbers and statistics.

Life in Delta

Delta has become a popular attraction in Greater Vancouver for the diversity that it brings. From walking in the dykes, golfing at one of the seven golf courses, the equestrian trails, the picturesque waterfront, water sports and activities, beaches, farms and more—Delta provides a wide array of the natural activities that we all love about Van life.

Owning a home in Delta can be difficult (and expensive) though, as a bulk of the land has been preserved under the Agricultural Land Reserve act—preventing agricultural land from being converted to modern housing (as with the rest of Greater Vancouver).

Delta Real Estate: The Three Regions

Delta is made up of three small areas: North Delta, Tsawwassen and Ladner. Each area has its own real estate landscape and challenges. 

North Delta

The Delta sub-region of North Delta is the most urban-feeling of the three Delta regions and is home to about half of Delta’s population. Despite having the largest amount of amenities close by, North Delta still exists in an abundance of nature, including forests, parks, ravines, the Burns Bog and views of the Delta flatland. (It’s also only a short drive to metropolitan Surrey).


Tsawwassen is Delta’s oceanic community. This town lies on the Delta’s peninsula, and offers the only land access to Point Roberts. The beaches, migrating birds, dykes and other natural landmarks bring tourists and locals alike to the scenic and tranquil shores. Tsawwassen’s tranquil shores are home to luxury, high-end waterfront homes.


Ladner is a quaint-feeling town that feels like a small fishing village. The nearby heritage farms and u-pick fields give Ladner a country feel…despite laying just outside the borders of one of the country’s biggest cities. It’s close proximity to Richmond and Surrey however make it ideal for big-city workers with small-town dreams. 

Delta Homes: The Numbers

In general, North Delta has the highest-priced homes overall, however this isn’t taking into consideration the luxury homes along the waterline in Tsawwassen. Overall, the current (at the time of writing) Delta real estate pricing is as follow:

Delta North

Average detached home sold price: $583,500

Average townhouse sold price: $407,500

Average apartment sold price: $163,000 

Tsawwassen homes

Median sold price: $740,000

Average % of list price: 97.77%

Average days on the market: 76 days 

Tsawwassen Condos and Townhouses

Median sold price: $327,500

Average % of list price: 96.41%

Average days on the market: 160 days 

Ladner Homes

Median sold price: $680,000

Average % of list price: 97.12%

Average days on the market: 80 days 

Ladner Townhouses and Condos

Median sold price: $339,500

Average % of list price: 97.57%

Average days on the market: 77 days 

If you’re interested in any of these areas, we encourage you to sign in to Mazeon—where you’ll be kept abreast of all the hottest properties in Delta real estate.  

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Listing information last updated on September 23rd, 2020 at 9:30pm CDT.