Mission Real Estate

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Home Prices in Mission

The asking price of homes for sale in Mission has increased 3.07% since October last year, while the number of homes for sale has decreased -28.74%. See more Mission Home Prices & Values.

Median Asking Price
188 Houses
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36 Townhouses
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21 Condos

Find Real Estate & MLS® Listings in Mission

Zolo has the most thorough, up-to-date set of Mission real estate listings. Right now, Mission has 48 homes for sale, including 182 houses, 20 condos, and 33 townhouses on the market. The average sold price for all home types in Mission is $789K, which is 21% higher than October 2019. See our Mission housing market stats for a more detailed analysis on average home prices, housing inventory, and days on market.

Mission is home to 8 unique neighbourhoods. With Zolo you'll be able to find the fastest selling Mission neighbourhoods, the best schools in the city, and evaluate nearby amenities. Check out the upcoming open houses in Mission to tour homes in person. Narrow down your home search to filter by price, bedrooms, size or search by our map of MLS® listings for Canada-wide real estate.

MLS® Listing data for Mission is added every 15 minutes to provide you the most-up-to-date home listings. Get in touch with one of our Mission real estate agents to get started on landing your dream home today.

Mission City Guide

Population Growth

Mission City is a small city located on the north bank of Fraser River, between the valleys and mountains that are overlooking the Central Fraser Valley and southeast of Vancouver, British Columbia. With a population of 38,883 according to 2016 Census Canada, Mission is a mostly forested upland city and farmlands, the main reasons why the city developed rapidly in the 18th and 19th century.

Besides the favorable land, Mission’s development was mostly because of the construction of the only Canada-US railway junction in BC. This junction meant that anyone traveling from the US would have to pass through Mission to get to Canada. Familiar with land development and the profit opportunities this brought, a millionaire called James Welton Horne seized this opportunity and invested his money to develop the perfect modern city of Mission. He hired as many workers and builders as he could find to build all the buildings a city would need and divided the city into 5,000 lots with 50 streets, similar to the American efficient city model. Other investors began constructing buildings and other facilities in the area, which attracted people in search of jobs. The cheap land prices and auction-type selling attracted even more investors for the “Great Land Sale” that took place on May 19, 1891, and thanks to the fast development that followed, Mission was incorporated as a district municipality in 1892.  

As it has been throughout history, Mission City’s biggest economies were forestry, hydroelectricity, and agriculture, and they still are to this day, with the recent addition of some manufacturing industries. Mission is also home to the second largest tree farm in Canada and holds the only municipal tree farm license in British Columbia. The city was once known as “Home of the Big Red Strawberry” due to the vast cultivation of berries and the summer Strawberry Festival, but after the devastating flood in 1948, this festival and industry were both abandoned. Various agricultural farmlands can be found spread out along the Fraser River, specifically the Dewdney-Deroche district. Although the main industries are forestry and agriculture, the largest employer are the school district and the municipality itself.

Because of the proximity to the Pacific Ocean, Mission’s climate is oceanic, which means a lot of rainfall throughout the year with a drying trend during summer.

Many residents consider buying a home in Mission because of the exceptional value they get. The city offers easy access to outdoor life, steady employment, and top-rated schools. When you compare this to other Canadian real estate regions Mission looks like a great place to invest in a property.


As previously mentioned, Mission real estate has been on a continuous rise in the past few years. There are new developments and buildings going up regularly because of the attractiveness of Mission for newcomers

The most expensive properties for sale in Mission are located on the bank of Fraser River, where properties overseeing the river can cost up to $1 million. There are also some more affordable options with less space

For more affordable housing options, you can have a look at the original place where everything started – Harrison Mills. Here, you can find various types of properties at different prices starting from $250,000 condos to $470,000 houses and up to $700,000 multiple bedroom properties. What drives many people to Harrison Mills is the proximity to the Fraser River

To find out what community best suits your needs, talk to your local Mission Realtor ® or spend a weekend checking out a few open houses in Mission. To narrow down a list of must-see properties, consider checking out the hot-list, which ranks all Mission communities based on a number of listings, sales price and how long homes stay on the market.

(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Hatzic 44% 31% $810K 19
2Mission Bc 40% 26% $716K 176
3Dewdney Deroche 44% 11% $627K 11
4Mission-west 28% 39% $809K 21
5Durieu 29% 14% $1.2M 8

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 Mission’s downtown core. Good options include Abbotsford, Maple Ridge, and Langley. Even cities that require a bit longer of a commute, such as Vancouver, New Westminister and Chilliwack are good options as they offer more affordable detached homes.

(Top 5)
Sold under 10d Sold above asking Average sale price Active listings
1Abbotsford 41%25%$683K994
2Mission 32%24%$774K300


Mission’s population consists mostly of young people with a median age of 36.4 years. The origin of most citizens is European Canadian, while the largest religious denomination is Protestants, followed by Christians and Sikhs.

Most people opt to live in private dwellings, with minimal vacancy rates. Mission has also a secondary dwelling program that tries to solve the issues with water, sewer, garbage, recycling and compost services, as well as law enforcement and parks and recreation.  

Before buying a house in Mission, you may want to take a glimpse into the city’s demographics. Data is collected and compiled by Census Canada. This snapshot of the city’s residents helps you decide whether or not Mission is the right city for you and your family.

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Total Families
Family Income (Median)
Age (Median)
College Educated


Elementary Schools

6.0 Hatzic
5.5 Edwin S Richards
5.5 Albert McMahon
5.1 Windebank
5.0 Christine Morrison

Secondary Schools

5.2 Heritage Park
4.9 Hatzic
4.5 Mission



Local Scoop

Mission is home to Fraser River Heritage Park, one of the richest and nature-filled parks in the whole of British Columbia. There are many events taking place here over the course of the year, including car exhibitions, children and adult festivals, markets as well as boating and fishing tournaments.

When you’re in the area, make sure to visit the Mission Museum, home to many local artifacts and remnants of the local history. The museum itself is in a 1907 building that was originally a bank and has also an Edwardian garden you can relax after your sightseeing. Mission also has a 700 seat performing arts theatre as well as multiple art galleries operated by the Mission Arts Council, which is also housed in a restored 1920 building and features art pieces of local Fraser Valley artists.

If you’re a fan of motorsports and excitement, then you would definitely enjoy the 3-day motorsport event called Smoke, Fire, and Thunder. Multiple races and competition take place during these 3 days, including jet car racing, hot rod, super shifters, super combo, and NHRA Summit ET Racing series, something you shouldn’t miss when you’re in the area.

In Mission, you can find many hiking trails through the municipal forest. These trails will give you a unique look into the natural spots of Mission, the local forestry industry and some of the most amazing picturesque views of Fraser Valley. In fact, the forest offers great conditions and trails for various outdoor activities like hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking and during winter, snowmobiling.

To inform yourself more about the different recreational activities Mission offers, you can rely on the leisure guide (http://www.mission.ca/leisureguide/) that is regularly published by Mission. In it, you can find out everything you need to know about the local parks recreation, cultural programming, events, and rates associated with the municipalities parks.

As a modern city, Mission is also making continuous efforts into becoming an eco-friendly community. It has a successful waste management program through which the residents get a weekly curbside collection of compostables, recyclables, and garbage, as well as special regulations about how to sort the trash, what to do with plastics, glass and what kind of bags to use for each of them.

The community is served by the Mission School District #75 which is responsible for 16 elementary schools (K-6), 2 middle schools (7-9), one secondary school (10-12), and one alternative secondary school. Higher education is provided by the Fraser Valley College University which also has a campus in town.

As much as 85% of residents in Mission commute to work by car, but there are also alternative methods of transport. The local bus transport is provided and operated by Central Fraser Valley Transit System, while the transit to nearby cities is provided by the commuter rail West Coast Express. Residents can also opt to go around the city by bike or on foot, as there are many biking and walking trails around the city.  But driving remains the main method of transport still.

FAQs About Mission Real Estate

According to current Mission MLS© statistics, the average home listing price in Mission, BC is $1,012,000. Based on Mission housing inventory, the average home is listed on the market for 39 days and has a 98.4% selling to listing price ratio.

Based on current Mission MLS© data, the average detached house in Mission, BC has a listing price of $1,261,000. In Mission, detached houses are on the market for 37 days on average.

According to current Mission MLS© data, the average condo in Mission, BC has a listing price of $387,000. In Mission, the average price for a 2-bedroom condo is $388,000 and the average price for a 1-bedroom condo is $0.

In Mission, BC, the most expensive neighbourhoods to buy a home include Durieu, Steelhead, Hatzic and Mission-west. Durieu is the most expensive neighbourhood in Mission with an average home price of $1,537,000.

The cheapest neighbourhoods to buy a home in Mission include Dewdney Deroche, Lake Errock, Mission Bc and Stave Falls. Dewdney Deroche is the most affordable neighbourhood in Mission with an average home price of $1,489,000.

The closest cities to Mission, BC include Abbotsford, Langley, Yarrow and Maple Ridge. Out of the nearby Mission cities, Langley has the highest average home price of $1,273,000 and Abbotsford has the most affordable average home price of $859,000.

The average townhouse in Mission has an average listing price of $517,000, which represents a -7% change in price from last year. There are currently 32 townhouses for sale in Mission, BC.

According to Statistics Canada Census data, the median total household income in Mission is $65,411 per year, which is slightly below the national median income of $67,000 per year.

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.