Vancouver Real Estate
About Vancouver Real Estate
The Vancouver real estate market is home to some of the most luxurious properties in the country, from penthouse suites with stunning views to meticulous waterfront estates. Neighbourhoods like Shaughnessy, Point Grey, and Southlands feature some of the priciest houses in Vancouver. Buyers looking for condos will find a variety of developments conveniently located near big businesses and the city's excellent transit network. Downtown, the West End, Coal Harbour and Yaletown have the highest volume of condo sales at a range of price points. A great option for busy professionals looking for a low-maintenance home and lifestyle.
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Vancouver has consistently been rated one of the most beautiful places to live in the world, and for good reason. On the international stage, Vancouver is held with high regard for a number of reasons. A few of these include its mild climate, supernatural surroundings and world-class outdoor recreation. Skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, surfing, rafting, rock climbing — you name it, Vancouver has it. The Economist Intelligence Unit's annual survey named Vancouver #1 on their list of the "Most Livable Cities in the World." The city has topped this list for several straight years, each time beating out more than 135 international cities. This is an impressive compliment, especially since Vancouver took first place over incredible competition like Vienna and Melbourne.
West coast residents are known as being laidback and approachable, possibly because the overall quality of life here is so high. From the cherry blossoms that line the streets in the spring, to the parks and green spaces that are like no other place in the world, Vancouver is simply beautiful. The City is proud to protect and maintain their architecture and culture which is why you will also find a number heritage homes that were built in the 1920s and 30s. These heritage properties sit along quiet tree-lined streets, and add a great deal of character and charm to the cityscape.
Buyers in teh market for condos will find plenty of selection for homes located conveniently in the heart of downtown Vancouver or close to transportation routes and amenities. Vancouver condos and townhouses can be found at a variety of price points, and are a great option for first time buyers and for those looking for a low-maintenance property.
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Vancouver, BC Attractions
Whether you enjoy racing on a zip line, relaxing on a beach, or visiting one of the city's many cultural attractions, Vancouver has amenities and sights to satisfy any taste. One of the most popular spots among both residents and visitors alike is Stanley Park, which offers a magnificent setting for picnicking, jogging, cycling, or strolling along the water. The park is within a stone's throw of the busy downtown core, yet provides a tranquil spot for Vancouverites to connect with nature.
Residents also enjoy Granville Island, which is home to a bustling market that features a wide range of fresh produce, baked goods, and sweets. It's a great place to buy things like homemade pasta, jewellery, and local art, and is also home to the esteemed Emily Carr University of Art + Design.
Vancouver is also well known for its shopping opportunities, which include high-end boutiques on Robson Street, large retail outlets, and eclectic independently owned shops located throughout the city. There are also a wealth of restaurants in the area, representing every style of cuisine imaginable.
Vancouver's Past & Present
Historical sites aren't quite as rooted here as they are in other places in Canada, like Old Montreal, but areas like Gastown & Chinatown are filled with spectacular charm. For a city of its age, Vancouver is rich in character and diversity.
In 2010, Vancouver hosted the Winter Olympics and Paralympics, and welcomed thousands of athletes and visitors from around the world. During the games, the atmosphere in the city was electric, with strangers warmly exchanging greetings and smiles, and fans singing their respective national anthems in the streets. Today, the long lineups to places like the Olympic Cauldron and the various national pavilions are gone, but the pride of the city still remains.
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Listing information last updated on July 10th, 2020 at 8:30pm PDT.