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New Presale Condos in Surrey, BC

Surrey was incorporated as a municipality in 1879 but was not officially the City of Surrey until September of 1993. It is located in the Lower Mainland between the Fraser River and the U.S. border. In fact, Surrey is the gateway into the United States for all of Metro Vancouver. The presale condos in Surrey you see below are updated for 2023. Read more…

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The City of Surrey Information

In Metro Vancouver, Surrey is the largest city in terms of land space at 316.11 square kilometers and is the second largest city in the region in terms of population with 568,322 residents. Surrey is a growing city and has seen population growth of 9.7% in the 2016 to 2021 period. The City of Surrey is predicted to surpass Vancouver’s population within the next 10 years. And unlike Vancouver, Surrey has the room and political motivation to grow and create a large number of new housing options. 

Surrey consists of urban, agricultural and rural areas. It is recognized as the fastest growing in terms of population and jobs and  is one of the most culturally diverse cities in all of Canada with a large Punjabi speaking community.

This high population growth coupled with high job growth has made Surrey a top destination for real estate investors in presale condos and townhouses. Our clients who have purchased new construction properties  in Surrey have seen good capital appreciation (see the most updated Surrey price data with the Fraser Valley Real Estate Market Update) as well as good and increasing rental returns on their investments.

Surrey is bordered by Langley to the east and Delta to the west and White Rock and the United States to the south. Surrey is also a geographically diverse city made up of six communities: Whalley/City Centre, Cloverdale, Guildford, South Surrey, Newton & Fleetwood.

Each community has its own distinct focal points, but they all have top class amenities. New condos in Surrey in a wide variety of configurations and sizes can be found in all of the following communities:

  • Surrey’s Whalley/City Centre is on its way to becoming the second downtown as it is rapidly developing and converting into a pedestrian & transit-friendly downtown core for shops, culture and entertainment. It is home to SFU Surrey, Surrey Memorial Hospital Holland Park. It is also where two Expo Line SkyTrain stations are located – Surrey Central and King George.
  • Cloverdale is where you can visit Surrey’s heritage sites – Surrey Museum and Surrey Archives. It is also home to the proposed Clayton Community Centre anticipated for summer 2020. It is also where the annual Cloverdale Rodeo is hosted.  
  • The Guildford community is home to the second largest mall in BC – Guildford Town Centre – with over 200 stores.
  • South Surrey is where you can find Surrey’s only, but very popular beach – Crescent Beach – as well as trails and recreation. It is also where the connections to the U.S. border lay.
  • Newton is where you can find educational, recreational and cultural amenities, such as the Bell Centre for Performing Arts and the Newton Cultural Centre.
  • In Fleetwood you can find the Fleetwood Community Centre, Surrey Sports & Leisure Complex and Fleetwood Park, which features multiple trails, gardens and sports fields. 

Updated March 29, 2023

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