Find a Home

Chilliwack residents benefit from an affordable housing market that is close to Metro Vancouver. The combination of housing prices and a wide range of housing options make Chilliwack an ideal location to own a home.

Find the home that fits your budget and your family’s needs. Whether you prefer a home with a beautiful view, property to roam, proximity to community amenities, or condo living in an urban setting, the Chilliwack housing market can get you more for less and has something to offer for everyone.

Home Prices

Single Detached
Chilliwack
$914,600
Fraser Valley
$1,394,600
Greater Vancouver
$2,007,900
Townhouse
Chilliwack
$620,200
Fraser Valley
$846,900
Greater Vancouver
$1,112,800
Apartment
Chilliwack
$414,700
Fraser Valley
$555,000
GreaterVancouver
$777,500

Chilliwack Real Estate

When you’re ready to start home shopping in Chilliwack, the following resources will assist you in the process of finding the perfect home for you and your family.

2021 Average Residential Property Taxes and Charges
Chilliwack – $4,098
Abbotsford – $4,430
Langley Township – $5,324
Maple Ridge – $5183
Surrey – $5,297
Vancouver – $8,043

Neighbourhoods

Chilliwack is made up of several diverse neighbourhoods and communities. From rural country farming communities to historical and walkable downtown Chilliwack, to the eastern hillsides with stunning views of the valley, to picturesque neighbourhoods situated moments away from parks, rivers and lakes. Whatever your preference, Chilliwack has a neighbourhood you can call home.

Greendale is a rural neighbourhood in southwest Chilliwack and includes a large industrial area (Cattermole) and Leq’á:mel First Nation. While it is Chilliwack’s second largest neighbourhood geographically, it is home to less than 3,000 residents. The neighbourhood has an abundance of farmland, and a range of outdoor recreational opportunities including golf courses, dyke trails, and the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve along the Vedder River.

Chilliwack West stretches along the Fraser River west of Chilliwack Proper and north of Highway 1, including Chilliwack Mountain, Aitchelitz, Shxwhá:y Village, Skwah and Squiala First Nations. The neighbourhood is unique within the City, with a large industrial area (Village West) and big box stores along the highway. The neighbourhood is sparsely populated with residential cul-de-sacs and small subdivisions up the slopes of Chilliwack Mountain.

Fairfield Island is the City’s second smallest neighbourhood geographically but has more population than half of the other neighbourhoods. The neighbourhood is centrally located directly north of Chilliwack Proper and is separated via the Hope Slough. There is a high concentration of parks in this neighbourhood, including Fiesta, Gwynne Vaughan, Fairfield, Strathcona, Topley, Guinet, Emerald, Glasgow, Hymar, and McDonald Parks.

Chilliwack Proper is the City’s core urban neighbourhood. This neighbourhood has more people who live in it than any other, with about 31% of all residents. The neighbourhood includes the historic Downtown Five Corners, the Chilliwack General Hospital, and Chilliwack’s Municipal Airport, and many other amenities such as the Coliseum, the Chilliwack Landing Leisure Centre and Townsend Park.

Rosedale is the largest neighbourhood in Chilliwack geographically – nearly twice the size of the next biggest – and includes the Schelowat and Grass First Nations. Bisected by Highway 1, it stretches from the Fraser River to the north, to the base of where the Eastern Hillsides neighbourhood starts. Predominantly farmland, the area is sparsely populated, with less than 6% of the City’s population.

Little Mountain is the City’s smallest neighbourhood geographically and in population. Centered around Mount Shannon, the neighbourhood includes a large, forested area, accessible through the Little Mountain Stairs with several lookouts. Residences in the neighbourhood are primarily detached houses on the mountain top and along the hillsides.

The Eastern Hillsides neighbourhood is located in southeast Chilliwack, with suburban development in a remote location on the edge of the City. It forms part of the rising north slopes of the Cascades separating the Chilliwack River Valley from the agricultural lowlands of the Fraser River. The neighbourhood is predominantly residential, with subdivisions and clusters of cul-de-sacs. Covered by widespread forested areas, the neighbourhood includes the Chilliwack Community Forest, Lexw Qwò:m Park and the Falls Golf Course.

Ryder Lake is a rural, historic farming neighbourhood in southeast Chilliwack, nestled between Mount Thom, Elk Mountain, and the Chilliwack River valley. With the second fewest residents of Chilliwack’s neighbourhoods across a relatively large area, it has a low population density. Being one of the most remote neighbourhoods in the City, it remains largely undeveloped, with large forested areas, hiking trails and the eponymous Ryder Lake.

Promontory is a suburban neighbourhood located in the south of Chilliwack on the slopes of Promontory Hill. Predominantly residential and surrounded by forested areas, the neighbourhood offers direct access to natural spaces, and views over the City and up the Fraser Valley. Despite being the third smallest neighbourhood geographically, Promontory has the third highest population.

Sardis is the City’s fourth smallest neighbourhood geographically, but also its fourth most populous. Directly south of Chilliwack Proper, it is centrally located with a mix of land uses and activities, including the Chilliwack and Cottonwood Malls and other big box stores. The neighbourhood has a diverse range of housing options, and includes two First Nations communities, Skowkale and Yakweakioose, and the Coqualeetza Lands (managed by Stó:lō Nation).

Vedder is geographically one of the City’s largest neighbourhoods and includes Garrison Crossing, Tzeachten First Nation, and diverse amenities like the Sardis Sports Complex, Cheam Leisure Centre, and Vedder Rotary Loop Trial.  Garrison, located just north of the Vedder River on the former Canada Forces Bases (CFB), is home to Canada Education Park. Several learning institutions are located at Canada Education Park, including the University of Fraser Valley, RCMP Pacific Region Training Centre, and Canada Border Services Agency. 

 

Stitó:s Lá:lém Totí:lt Elementary / Middle School Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA), and RCMP training centre.

Yarrow is a farming-oriented rural neighbourhood located in southwestern Chilliwack, between the Vedder River and forests of Majuba Hill and Vedder Mountain. The neighbourhood is sparsely populated with the fifth largest area geographically, and the fifth smallest population. The Southern Railway of BC runs through the neighbourhood along the base of Vedder Mountain with little developable area up the hillside to the south.

Greendale is a rural neighbourhood in southwest Chilliwack and includes a large industrial area (Cattermole) and Leq’á:mel First Nation. While it is Chilliwack’s second largest neighbourhood geographically, it is home to less than 3,000 residents. The neighbourhood has an abundance of farmland, and a range of outdoor recreational opportunities including golf courses, dyke trails, and the Great Blue Heron Nature Reserve along the Vedder River.

Chilliwack West stretches along the Fraser River west of Chilliwack Proper and north of Highway 1, including Chilliwack Mountain, Aitchelitz, Shxwhá:y Village, Skwah and Squiala First Nations. The neighbourhood is unique within the City, with a large industrial area (Village West) and big box stores along the highway. The neighbourhood is sparsely populated with residential cul-de-sacs and small subdivisions up the slopes of Chilliwack Mountain.

Fairfield Island is the City’s second smallest neighbourhood geographically but has more population than half of the other neighbourhoods. The neighbourhood is centrally located directly north of Chilliwack Proper and is separated via the Hope Slough. There is a high concentration of parks in this neighbourhood, including Fiesta, Gwynne Vaughan, Fairfield, Strathcona, Topley, Guinet, Emerald, Glasgow, Hymar, and McDonald Parks.

Chilliwack Proper is the City’s core urban neighbourhood. This neighbourhood has more people who live in it than any other, with about 31% of all residents. The neighbourhood includes the historic Downtown Five Corners, the Chilliwack General Hospital, and Chilliwack’s Municipal Airport, and many other amenities such as the Coliseum, the Chilliwack Landing Leisure Centre and Townsend Park.

Rosedale is the largest neighbourhood in Chilliwack geographically – nearly twice the size of the next biggest – and includes the Schelowat and Grass First Nations. Bisected by Highway 1, it stretches from the Fraser River to the north, to the base of where the Eastern Hillsides neighbourhood starts. Predominantly farmland, the area is sparsely populated, with less than 6% of the City’s population.

Little Mountain is the City’s smallest neighbourhood geographically and in population. Centered around Mount Shannon, the neighbourhood includes a large, forested area, accessible through the Little Mountain Stairs with several lookouts. Residences in the neighbourhood are primarily detached houses on the mountain top and along the hillsides.

The Eastern Hillsides neighbourhood is located in southeast Chilliwack, with suburban development in a remote location on the edge of the City. It forms part of the rising north slopes of the Cascades separating the Chilliwack River Valley from the agricultural lowlands of the Fraser River. The neighbourhood is predominantly residential, with subdivisions and clusters of cul-de-sacs. Covered by widespread forested areas, the neighbourhood includes the Chilliwack Community Forest, Lexw Qwò:m Park and the Falls Golf Course.

Ryder Lake is a rural, historic farming neighbourhood in southeast Chilliwack, nestled between Mount Thom, Elk Mountain, and the Chilliwack River valley. With the second fewest residents of Chilliwack’s neighbourhoods across a relatively large area, it has a low population density. Being one of the most remote neighbourhoods in the City, it remains largely undeveloped, with large forested areas, hiking trails and the eponymous Ryder Lake.

Promontory is a suburban neighbourhood located in the south of Chilliwack on the slopes of Promontory Hill. Predominantly residential and surrounded by forested areas, the neighbourhood offers direct access to natural spaces, and views over the City and up the Fraser Valley. Despite being the third smallest neighbourhood geographically, Promontory has the third highest population.

Sardis is the City’s fourth smallest neighbourhood geographically, but also its fourth most populous. Directly south of Chilliwack Proper, it is centrally located with a mix of land uses and activities, including the Chilliwack and Cottonwood Malls and other big box stores. The neighbourhood has a diverse range of housing options, and includes two First Nations communities, Skowkale and Yakweakioose, and the Coqualeetza Lands (managed by Stó:lō Nation).

Vedder is geographically one of the City’s largest neighbourhoods and includes Garrison Crossing, Tzeachten First Nation, and diverse amenities like the Sardis Sports Complex, Cheam Leisure Centre, and Vedder Rotary Loop Trial.  Garrison, located just north of the Vedder River on the former Canada Forces Bases (CFB), is home to Canada Education Park. Several learning institutions are located at Canada Education Park, including the University of Fraser Valley, RCMP Pacific Region Training Centre, and Canada Border Services Agency.

Yarrow is a farming-oriented rural neighbourhood located in southwestern Chilliwack, between the Vedder River and forests of Majuba Hill and Vedder Mountain. The neighbourhood is sparsely populated with the fifth largest area geographically, and the fifth smallest population. The Southern Railway of BC runs through the neighbourhood along the base of Vedder Mountain with little developable area up the hillside to the south.

Rent a Home

Average Rental Prices in Chilliwack
Bachelor Apartment - $900 / Month
One Bedroom - $1,300 / Month
Two Bedroom - $1,750+ / Month
Three Bedroom Plus - $2,500+ / Month

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