Langley Real Estate

642 homes for sale in Langley, BC.

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Home Prices in Langley

The asking price of homes for sale in Langley has increased 36.02% since December last year, while the number of homes for sale has decreased -7.43%. See more Langley Home Prices & Values.

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374 Houses
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104 Townhouses
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68 Condos

Langley MLS® Listings & Real Estate

Zolo helps you search for your perfect home out of the 642 homes for sale in Langley. Search by location with our map of MLS® listings for Canada-wide real estate. Filter through these homes by property type, price, number of bedrooms, size, keywords like "swimming pool," and more to find Langley condos or houses for sale in Langley. With Zolo you'll be able to find the hottest Langley neighbourhoods, neighbourhoods with the highest-rated schools in the city, and easily navigate MLS® listing content. Most locals in the city own their homes, while 15% live in Langley rentals.

Zolo has the most thorough, up-to-date set of Langley real estate listings and lets you to search for homes listed on the Langley MLS® system, including nearby cities and neighbourhoods. If you're interested in the Langley real estate market and how it's changed over the year, Zolo's Langley housing market stats are the perfect way to further your research. After analyzing Langley MLS® data for thousands of homes, we've collected new insights on average home prices, housing inventory, and days on market. Currently, the average Langley home will sell for $762,081 and will be on the market for 17 days. Get in touch with one of our Langley REALTORS® to get started on landing your dream home today! Interested in cities around Langley? Explore some Maple Ridge real estate as well as search for homes for sale in Pitt Meadows and within the Vancouver MLS® system on Zolo.

Langley City Guide

Population Growth

South of the Fraser River is the District and City of Langley. As part of B.C.’s Lower Mainland, Langley extends down to the U.S. border. Both city and district have grown significantly in the last decade so that the current population for all of Langley is just over 125,000, with about 15,000 self-reporting as visible minorities.

Despite a population explosion, most of the land in the Langley Township is designated as Agricultural Land Reserve (ALR). Introduced in 1973, this designation restricts how the land may be used and developed. The aim is to protect the fertile farming land in the area.

Turns out that’s not designation Langley holds. In the 1850s, this city played an important role during the Gold Rush. American pioneers, on their way up to Alaska and the Yukon, would stop into Fort Langley to buy supplies and gather gear. While Langley lost some of its importance when the gold rush ended, it is recognized as being the birthplace of British Columbia because the British government had to create an official colony here to ward off an American invasion.

The separation between Langley City and the District of Langley arose in 1955 when residents in the downtown core began to demand the installation of street lights. Their concerns were dismissed. Rather than back down, they annexed the downtown core and on March 15, 1955, the City of Langley was incorporated as a separate municipality.

Despite a legal separation both district and city enjoy much of the same amenities. Employers find the area excellent ground for educated employees. Top companies that call Langley home include Unifirst, EV Logistics and Leavitt Machinery. There are plenty of parks and Translink offers buses and passenger trains for people commuting within Langley and outside to neighbouring cities.


There are almost a dozen neighbourhoods between the city and district of Langley. Average sale prices of all properties range from a low of $406,000 to a high of $2.2 million.

Families will be interested in homes for sale in the Walnut Grove, Aldergrove and Willoughby Heights areas. All three offer easy access to retail stores, have great parks and schools and family homes are not outrageously expensive (by Lower Mainland, B.C. standards). Commuters prefer Walnut Grove because it’s closer to the Trans-Canada Highway.

The most expensive real estate in Langley can be found in two neighbouring communities: Campbell Valley and County Line Glen Valley. Homes in these areas are in South Langley, close to the U.S. border and, usually, come with much larger lot sizes. Expect to pay between $1.7 million and $2.2 million, on average, for an older two-storey or rancher on a big plot of land. For the large, sprawling six bedroom homes, expect to double your purchase price, at the very least.

For more options, talk to your local Realtor ®, or spend a weekend checking out open houses in Langley. If you need help narrowing down the must-see list, use the hot-list which ranks all nearby communities based on the number of homes for sale, sale prices and how many days properties stay on the Langley housing market.

(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Langley City 60% 47% $471K 99
2Willoughby Heights 59% 47% $846K 141
3Aldergrove 50% 50% $899K 3
4Aldergrove Langley 49% 52% $650K 52
5Walnut Grove 51% 42% $660K 46

Nearby Cities

Many buyers opt to purchase in a nearby city and commute to work. These buyers want larger homes and lots but with good commuter access to Langley City’s downtown core. Good options include Surrey, White Rock and Maple Ridge. Look for neighbourhoods that are closer to the highway or commuter train stations, such as Cloverdale or Sunnyside. Even cities that require a bit longer of a commute, such as Mission, Abbotsford and New Westminster are good options as they offer more affordable detached homes.

(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Pitt Meadows 64%54%$651K76
2Port Coquitlam 56%50%$552K164
3New Westminster 53%47%$592K251
4Langley 50%41%$762K635
5North Vancouver 51%31%$1.0M551


Before buying a home in B.C.’s Lower Mainland, you may want to examine the demographics of each city. This data, which is from Census Canada, can help you determine if the city is right for you and your family.

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College Educated


Those interested in finding a family home near a local school can check out Langley’s list of schools. Here are the top five in each category, which may help you narrow down your search for a Langley home.

Elementary Schools

8.3 Alex Hope
7.8 Gordon Greenwood
7.8 Langley Fundamental
7.7 Langley Christian
7.4 Topham

Secondary Schools

7.6 Langley Fundamental
7.5 Credo Christian
7.3 Langley Christian
7.1 Walnut Grove
6.4 Brookswood


If you plan on living in the rural part of Langley you will need a car. While public transit is accessible in the less populated areas, you may find it a challenge if you live by a schedule. Instead, consider moving to a more densely populated area of Langley, which offers regular city bus routes as well as bike lanes and access to major roads and highways.

To get a better idea of how city residents commute, consider the data collected by Statistics Canada.


Local Scoop

What happens in Langley when it rains? Do people just stay home? Talk to the locals and they’ll tell you absolutely not! If you’re a golf fan you could head to the Golf Square Golf and Clubhouse. Their Golfzon 3D simulators allow you to play on some of the world’s most famous golf courses without leaving your own backyard. Another option is to try your hand at bowling. Family bowling will start early in the evening and often comes with a cosmic theme—think black lights and glowing paint.

For something a bit more cultural check out the Langley Centennial Museum. It’s one of the oldest community museums in the province of B.C. If you forget about the rain and just want historical, check out Fort Langley National Historic Site. The current structure dates back to 1840 after the trading post was rebuilt after a devastating fire.

Still, in the spirit of culture, many locals will venture out to Douglas Park to watch the latest production of Bard in the Valley. Every year in July, this theatre troupe presents one of the bard’s well-loved plays. The play is only performed on weekends and everyone is encouraged to come early to secure their seat.    

The listing data is provided under copyright by the Chilliwack & District Real Estate Board, Fraser Valley Real Estate Board or Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver. The listing data is deemed reliable but is not guaranteed accurate by the Chilliwack & District Real Estate Board, Fraser Valley Real Estate Board, Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, nor Zolo.