Vancouver houses for sale
Searching for houses for sale in the Metro Vancouver and Fraser Valley has never been easier! This website will provide you with all of the necessary tools to make your real estate search easy and efficient. Search by a city, price point or a neighbourhood. You can compare hundreds of new listings and old MLS listings in a matter of seconds.
Find all of the houses for sale in Greater Vancouver and Fraser Valley. The home listings are pulled up from the Multiple Listings Service (MLS) reciprocity program. The MLS reciprocity program includes majority of all available for sale houses on the market, however some real estate professionals choose not to participate in the program and thus not to share their listings. Public MLS system is updated every 2 days. To see all houses as soon as they come to the market and for more accurate results you can contact me directly at 604-565-7052 or email [email protected]
Through this website you will be able to look up a lot of useful information such as: address of the home. listing price, number of bedrooms, number of bathrooms, neightbouhood, view images, schedule viewings appointments and request more information about each home.
Vancouver housing market
Average home price: $919,300
Average detached home price: $1,578,800
*Data from Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA’s) National MLS Report for October 2016.
Metro Vancouver area consists of 12 cities: City of Vancouver, North Vancouver, West Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond, New Westminster, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Ladner and Maple Ridge.
City of Vancouver is made up of 33 neighbourhoods: Champlain Heights, Collingwood, Fraser, Fraserview, Grandview, Hastings, Killarney, Knight, Main, Mount Pleasant, Renfrew, Renfrew Heights, South Vancouver, Victoria, Arbutus, Cambie, Dunbar, Fairview, False Creek, Kerrisdale, Kitsilano, MacKenzie Heights, Marpole, Mount Pleasant, Oakridge, Point Grey, Quilchena, S.W. Marine, Shaughnessy, South Cambie, South Granville, Southlands and University.
The City of Vancouver is also divided into Vancouver East and Vancouver West.
Vancouver East is more affordable out of the two. It’s a mixture of older and newer houses. Most homes include a basement suite or two (Vancouver special). Standard lot size is 33’x120’. A lot of younger families are attracted to this area not just because of the affordability but also because of the community and the culture.
Vancouver West is more expensive and the older area. You can find a lot of heritage homes here. Some of the most expensive houses in North America are located in this neighbourhood including Chip Wilson’s (founder of Lululemon) $63.8 million mansion.
Vancouver downtown is divided into 5 neighbourhoods: Yaletown, West End, Coal Harbour, Gastown and Downtown VW. It is mainly high-rise and apartment style buildings with a few heritage buildings in the West End.
About Vancouver BC
Province: British Columbia
Population: 603,502 (City of Vancouver), 2,300,000 (Metro Vancouver)
Area: 114.97 km2 (City of Vancouver), 2,878.52 km2 (Metro Vancouver)
GPD: US$ 109.8 billion
GPD per capita: US$ 44,337
Website: City of Vancouver
Vancouver (City of Vancouver) is a city on the West coast of Canada in the province of British Columbia. It is the most populous city in the province.
Vancouver population is around 603,502 which makes it eighth largest Canadian municipality. 2,878.52 is the population of Greater Vancouver which makes it the third largest populous metropolitan in Canada.
Vancouver is one the most ethnically diverse cities in the world with 52% of the residents have first language other than English. Vancouver is the most densely populated city in Canada with over 250,000 residents and fourth most densely populated such city in North America.
Vancouver’s largest industry is forestry, with tourism being second. Landmarks to visit include: historic Gastown neighbourhood, Stanley Park, BC Place, Rogers Arena, Library Square, Canada Place, and many more. Major film productions studios have turned Vancouver, Burnaby and nearby areas into one of the largest film productions centres in North America (earning a nickname Hollywood North).
Vancouver constantly ranks as one of the top 5 most liveable cities in the world. This great city hosted many of the world class events including: Expo 86, 2010 Winter Olympics and Paralympics, the annual TED conference, matches of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup and 2016 Rugby Sevens.