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 a lot more for a lot less and has something to offer for everyone.
PRIZM5, created by Environics Analytics, classifies all Canadians into one of 68 lifestyle types – with names like Cosmopolitan Elite, Boomerang City, Rustic Roads and Lunch at Tim’s – based on their demographics, marketplace preferences and psychographic social values.
Have a fun (and mostly accurate) look at the different neighbourhoods of Chilliwack (requires Adobe Flash).
2018 Average Residential Property Taxes and Charges
Chilliwack – $3,746
Abbotsford – $4,276
Langley – $4,731
Maple Ridge – $4,825
Surrey – $5,000
Vancouver – $7,379
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.
Also known as Chilliwack Proper, downtown Chilliwack is the historical urban centre of the city with a vast array of shopping and dining options. Several cultural attractions, such as the Chilliwack Coliseum, the Chilliwack Cultural Centre and the Chilliwack Museum and Archives are located there, as well as key government buildings, such as the Fraser Valley Regional District offices and the Provincial Court of British Columbia.
Garrison Crossing is an innovative, redeveloped neighbourhood in Chilliwack located on the former Canadian Forces Base (CFB) north of the Vedder River. Garrison Crossing is home to the Canada Education Park, all types of housing options and its own retail shopping village.
Yarrow is a small community located at the foot of the Cascade Mountains on the Vedder River in Chilliwack. Yarrow is home to the Yarrow Ecovillage, which is a member-designed community that aims to achieve a socially, ecologically and economically sustainable way of life.
Rent a Home
Average rental prices in Chilliwack.
Bachelor Apartment – $735 / month
One Bedroom – $700 – $1000 / month
Two Bedroom – $1000 – $1,250 / month
Three Bedroom plus – $1,350 – 2,500 / month
Rental prices will vary depending on which neighbourhood you live in.