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The hot Surrey housing market can be traced to one key factor: lower mortgage rates. Mortgage rates in Surrey are near record lows right now, and competition among lenders in the city — and in BC generally — has never been greater.

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Variable or fixed: which is lower?

One of the most important decisions Surrey borrowers will make is whether to choose a variable rate or a fixed rate mortgage. We compared the 5-year variable and the 5-year fixed rates that have been available on our site (and taken by our users) since the start of 2019. Our findings? While there has been some fluctuation, variable rates are just a bit lower than fixed rates.

5-year fixed mortgage rates vs. 5-year variable mortgage rates in Surrey.

MonthFixedVariable
Sep-192.38%2.64%
Oct-192.44%2.64%
Nov-192.34%2.64%
Dec-192.40%2.64%
Jan-202.65%2.69%
Feb-202.46%2.70%
Mar-202.30%2.70%
Apr-202.76%2.15%
May-202.41%2.61%
Jun-202.31%2.32%
Jul-202.14%2.20%
Aug-202.03%2.03%

Last Updated: October 19th, 2020

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Surrey housing.

Surrey home prices rose steadily through 2019, a trend which has continued into 2020. Prices average above $1 million. This is fairly par for the course in major B.C. cities, as you can see below.

Single-detached family home prices in B.C. year-over-year

MonthSurreyVancouverVictoriaBurnaby
October, 2019$985,500$1,803,800$1,422,400$1,400,000
November, 2019$995,500$1,737,500$1,335,000$1,409,500
December, 2019$1,040,000$1,775,000$1,432,500$1,495,500
January, 2020$1,020,000$1,875,000$1,460,000$1,444,750
February, 2020$1,074,000$1,930,000$1,485,895$1,430,000
March, 2020$1,072,500$1,970,000$1,435,000$1,550,000
April, 2020$1,078,000$2,096,000$1,360,000$1,462,500
May, 2020$1,125,000$2,028,000$1,333,000$1,477,000
June, 2020$1,090,000$1,798,000$1,426,500$1,509,000
July, 2020$1,136,500$1,777,777$1,568,000$1,482,500
August, 2020$1,120,000$1,966,500$1,618,000$1,589,900

Last Updated: October 19th, 2020

Source: Zolo

About Surrey.

With a dynamic economy and well-planned neighbourhoods, Surrey is the second largest city in British Columbia and expected to outgrow Vancouver within 10 years.

Just 35 minutes from downtown Vancouver, Surrey is highly accessible and offers something for everyone: city life, outdoor life, and everything in between.

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