Annieville, Nordel, Scottsdale and Sunshine Hills in North Delta BC are excellent places to live when raising a young family or if you’re a working professional who doesn’t mind commuting into Downtown Vancouver. Make sure you take a good look at North Delta MLS listings for homes, condos and townhomes for sale and be ready to move on that dream home before it’s too late. Call Natasha Taylor of the Taylor Team at 1-778-316-4290 with any questions you may have regarding North Delta homes for sale, or complete the quick inquiry form at the bottom of any North Delta MLS listing.
About North Delta BC
North Delta is full of parks, luscious trees, nature, and great communities with excellent schools. Let our Sutton real estate agents of The Taylor Team show you why North Delta Real Estate is very attractive to a wide variety of buyers for many different reasons, including naturally forested areas, fantastic views of Burns Bog, large building lots, and North Delta’s close proximity to Highway #91 and #99. North Delta has many access and exit points leading to multiple highways, plus the Alex Fraser Bridge, and Knight Street Bridge, so getting into downtown Vancouver (or South to the Canada/US Border) is a breeze. Plus, the schools, parks and recreation amenities are fantastic in North Delta, which is excellent for children.
North Delta MLS listings include detached homes, townhomes, and condos for sale, which are always really high in demand making this a very competitive market, but not impossible to buy in.
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About The City of
Many properties for sale in North Delta are listed in the mid to high $400,000 range which offers first-time homebuyers a great way to get into the North Delta real estate market. There are plenty of brand new condo developments in North Delta with upscale finishes like granite countertops, soft-closing cabinets, custom flooring, and some absolutely breathtaking views.
North Delta has several private single-family home neighborhoods offering residents spacious lots, wooded areas, and access to some great parks and outdoor areas. North Delta also has some older detached homes that are no longer in livable condition leaving the property prime for re-development. With so many excellent neighborhoods its no surprise people of all walks of life flock to purchase real estate in North Delta.
Being the third largest city in Surrey, North Delta has plenty of amities. Whether you’re looking for recreational facilities, excellent schools, shopping or easy transportation options, North Delta has it all.
North Delta has easy access to Vancouver via the highway and Skytrain. Many residents of North Delta consider the community to be a commuter city for people to quickly get into the city while also avoiding the significant cost of living in downtown Vancouver.
Translink Sky Train (Scottsdale Exchange)
Pattullo Bridge access
Economic Stats for
North Delta is conveniently located between Surrey Central and Annacis Island. Both of these communities offer a wide variety of employment opportunities, from finance and medical, to warehouse and shipping.
Since the last census, North Delta has not experienced significant growth in population. This is largely in part of the significant growth in residential developments in Central Surrey and causing many North Delta residents to move further into the city core.
Out of approximately 35,000 households, almost 1/3rd of the families have a household income of over $125,000 per year. This resulted in North Delta exceeding the threshold to be above the national median income levels.
The major economic drivers in North Delta are impacted by its proximity to and from Vancouver. While their are many businesses operating in North Delta, a large number of its residents commute to their jobs.
Rental Potential in
Many times, townhouses and detached homes in the lower price range will likely need some work and may be good for those DIY investors who don’t mind taking on that kind of a project. If you are looking for a newer, more modern North Delta townhome for sale you can find some very attractive townhomes with all the bells and whistles for around $700,000 and above, depending on the area. Brand new and luxury townhouses in North Delta have been listed in the high $800,000’s and above.
Before you take the first step in acquiring a real estate investment it is best that you understand the most common costs associated with acquiring and maintaining a rental property.
Property Transfer Tax – This is a provincial tax on the transfer of ownership between the seller and buyer. In general, it is 1% – 3% of the fair market value.
Lawyer Fees – These fees vary depending on the firm’s rates and whether you will be financing or paying cash for the property. That being said, in general, the cost is approximately $1,000 – $2,000.
Property Taxes – All real estate in BC is impacted by property taxes in one way of another. In North Delta, you can expect to pay around 0.417% of the BC assessment value each year.
Strata Fees – If you’re purchasing a property that has a strata corporation, then you can expect to pay a monthly fee to the strata. Most, if not all, apartments, townhomes, and condos have a monthly strata fee. This can range from $200 – $500+ per month.
Repairs & Maintenance – Most savvy investors budget 1 – 2 % of the fair market value of the property for repairs and maintenance.
Property Management – Who will manage the screening of tenants? What about collect the rents and abide by the BC Tenants Act? Property management companies can manage all of the day-to-day operations for anywhere from a 6 – 10% commission.
According to Zumper.com, Delta has seen significant rents rising in the 2, 3, and 4 bedroom houses over the last several years. While 1 bedroom condos have risen the least, they’re are much more affordable for first-time home buyers to purchase, than an entire detached home.
Monthly rents will vary greatly depending on the location and quality of the home. While these estimates will help you understand the general pricing, its best to speak with a professional real estate agent or property management company to get the most accurate rental rates for your property.