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Hope, British Columbia Housing Markets 

With some of the most affordable housing prices in the Lower Mainland and Fraser Valley, every home comes with an awe-inspiring view. Since 2010, the average house price has increased from $263,000 to $437,000 in 2019. In addition to a highly accessible downtown, walking, cycling, and hiking trails connect neighborhoods and facilities, providing easy access to nature. Healthy lifestyles are easier to achieve with a natural environment and pure clean water.

Hope has ten distinct land use designations, each of which supports different zoning categories. Our land use designations reflect the value the community places on retail trade, green/light industry, and a high quality of life. Land use designations in Hope aim to support a community that is livable, complete, and compact; has well planned, cost-effective infrastructure; supports economic development; and is environmentally sustainable and protects natural areas.

If you would like more information regarding real estate in the Hope area please email economicdevelopment@hopebc.ca

2019

Single Family $437,696 Average 

  • Fraser Valley – $990,400 
  • Vancouver – $1,456,700

Townhouse $340,136 Average

  • Fraser Valley – $555,000
  • Vancouver – $792,700

Apartment $200,000 Average

  • Fraser Valley – $433,700
  • Vancouver – $686,500

Average Residential Property Tax Charges

Hope  – $2880.55

Chilliwack – $3,746

Abbotsford – $4,276

Langley – $4,731

Maple Ridge – $4,825

Surrey – $5,000

Vancouver – $7,379

Population 

2011: 5,969

2018: 6,659

  • Above average 10.2% population growth from 2013-2018. BC holds 7.8%

Learn more about moving to Hope, BC: https://advantagehope.ca/move-here/

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