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Vancouver Real Estate - MLS Vancouver BC

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MLS® R2529429

333 E 5 Ave, North Vancouver, BC - V5E 2A3

$1,299,000 | 5 bed | 2 bath | 2,000 sqft

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MLS® R2529419

2789 Alamein Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6L 0C2

$2,199,000 | 2 bed | 3 bath | 1,333 sqft

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MLS® R2529420

2791 Alamein Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6L 0C2

$2,998,000 | 3 bed | 3 bath | 1,799 sqft

MLS® R2529416

204 2370 W 2nd Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6K 1J2

$700,000 | 1 bed | 1 bath | 758 sqft

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MLS® R2529417

4688 W 6th Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6R 1V7

$3,288,000 | 4 bed | 4 bath | 2,223 sqft

MLS® R2529318

105 1251 W 71 Avenue Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6P 3A9

$524,900 | 1 bed | 1 bath | 730 sqft

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MLS® R2529408

1783 W 16th Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6J 2L9

$1,450,000 | 3 bed | 2 bath | 1,157 sqft

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MLS® R2529406

A 4296 Kaslo St, Vancouver, BC - V5R 1N7

$1,288,888 | 3 bed | 3 bath | 1,097 sqft

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MLS® R2529395

200 1775 W 16th Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6J 2L9

$1,849,000 | 2 bed | 3 bath | 1,438 sqft

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MLS® R2529382

2202 689 Abbott St, Vancouver, BC - V6B 0J2

$998,000 | 2 bed | 2 bath | 933 sqft

MLS® R2529377

23 3483 Ross Dr, Vancouver, BC - V6S 0L3

$2,888,800 | 3 bed | 4 bath | 2,014 sqft

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MLS® R2529383

870 E 58th Ave, Vancouver, BC - V5X 1W5

$1,188,000 | 3 bed | 3 bath | 1,332 sqft

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MLS® R2529375

1370 E 18th Ave, Vancouver, BC - V5V 1H6

$1,398,000 | 5 bed | 3 bath | 2,288 sqft

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MLS® R2529360

E402 515 E 15th Ave, Vancouver, BC - V5T 4S4

$669,000 | 2 bed | 2 bath | 886 sqft

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MLS® R2529097

301 1477 W Pender St, Vancouver, BC - V6G 2S3

$948,800 | 1 bed | 1 bath | 846 sqft

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MLS® R2529358

1001 1189 Melville St, Vancouver, BC - V5E 4T8

$1,320,000 | 2 bed | 2 bath | 1,176 sqft

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MLS® R2529354

2701 1008 Cambie St, Vancouver, BC - V6B 6J7

$719,000 | 1 bed | 1 bath | 725 sqft

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MLS® R2529353

407 2770 Sophia St, Vancouver, BC - V5T 0A4

$705,000 | 1 bed | 1 bath | 704 sqft

MLS® R2529335

101 5788 Birney Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6S 0A2

$928,000 | 2 bed | 2 bath | 918 sqft

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MLS® R2529340

207 789 Drake St, Vancouver, BC - V6Z 2N7

$525,000 | 1 bed | 1 bath | 600 sqft

MLS® R2529317

2288 Mannering Ave, Vancouver, BC - V5N 3C4

$1,298,800 | 4 bed | 4 bath | 1,471 sqft

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MLS® R2529307

806 518 Moberly Rd, Vancouver, BC - V5Z 4G3

$1,150,000 | 2 bed | 2 bath | 1,254 sqft

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MLS® R2529305

1407 788 Richards St, Vancouver, BC - V6B 0C7

$779,000 | 1 bed | 1 bath | 640 sqft

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MLS® R2529302

728 E 37th Ave, Vancouver, BC - V5W 1G1

$1,549,990 | 6 bed | 3 bath | 2,510 sqft

MLS® R2529303

3367 E Broadway, Vancouver, BC - V5M 2A1

$2,200,000 | 6 bed | 4 bath | 2,454 sqft

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MLS® R2529291

305 2057 W 3rd Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6J 1L4

$585,000 | 1 bed | 1 bath | 620 sqft

MLS® R2529290

630 1777 W 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6J 0E5

$1,288,000 | 2 bed | 2 bath | 840 sqft

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MLS® R2529284

201 5058 Joyce St, Vancouver, BC - V5R 0E0

$568,800 | 1 bed | 1 bath | 512 sqft

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MLS® R2529282

1101 867 Hamilton St, Vancouver, BC - V6B 6B7

$868,000 | 2 bed | 2 bath | 1,031 sqft

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MLS® R2529182

2457 W 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6K 1Y6

$1,790,000 | 3 bed | 3 bath | 1,357 sqft

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MLS® R2529277

2475 Edgar Cres, Vancouver, BC - V6L 2G5

$3,780,000 | 4 bed | 3 bath | 2,595 sqft

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MLS® R2529274

3287 W 22nd Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6L 1N1

$3,098,000 | 4 bed | 4 bath | 3,462 sqft

MLS® R2529258

2729 Duke St, Vancouver, BC - V5R 4S8

$1,680,000 | 4 bed | 5 bath | 2,046 sqft

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MLS® R2529252

5019 Chambers St, Vancouver, BC - V5R 3L8

$895,000 | 3 bed | 3 bath | 1,045 sqft

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MLS® R2529234

1337 E 60th Ave, Vancouver, BC - V5X 2A8

$1,550,000 | 4 bed | 3 bath | 2,400 sqft

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MLS® R2529228

3851 Willow St, Vancouver, BC - V5Z 1Z1

$2,698,800 | 3 bed | 4 bath | 2,182 sqft

MLS® R2529199

411 6328 Larkin Dr, Vancouver, BC - V6T 2K2

$1,280,000 | 3 bed | 3 bath | 1,296 sqft

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MLS® R2529202

517 384 E 1st Ave, Vancouver, BC - V5T 0G5

$625,000 | 1 bed | 1 bath | 631 sqft

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MLS® R2529201

3440 W 12th Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6R 2N1

$3,550,000 | 4 bed | 5 bath | 2,540 sqft

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MLS® R2529191

3020 W King Edward Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6L 1V6

$1,749,900 | 3 bed | 3 bath | 1,406 sqft

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MLS® R2529188

3259 W King Edward Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6L 1V6

$1,799,900 | 3 bed | 3 bath | 1,470 sqft

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MLS® R2529163

323 5955 Birney Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6S 0C5

$1,110,000 | 3 bed | 2 bath | 1,168 sqft

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MLS® R2529166

705 1500 Howe St, Vancouver, BC - V6Z 2N1

$1,178,000 | 2 bed | 2 bath | 977 sqft

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MLS® R2529169

1 2820 W 41st Ave, Vancouver, BC - V6N 3C6

$2,190,000 | 4 bed | 4 bath | 1,753 sqft

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MLS® R2529157

403 1288 Alberni St, Vancouver, BC - V6E 4N5

$978,000 | 2 bed | 2 bath | 905 sqft

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MLS® R2529159

3301 1028 Barclay St, Vancouver, BC - V6E 0B1

$1,680,000 | 2 bed | 2 bath | 1,222 sqft

MLS® R2529160

105 5515 Boundary Rd, Vancouver, BC - V5R 0E3

$649,900 | 2 bed | 1 bath | 620 sqft

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MLS® R2529156

316 3660 Vanness Ave, Vancouver, BC - V5R 6H8

$519,000 | 1 bed | 1 bath | 740 sqft

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MLS® R2529147

1725 E 60th Ave, Vancouver, BC - V5P 2H6

$1,698,000 | 5 bed | 3 bath | 2,670 sqft

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MLS® R2528779

5009 Chambers St, Vancouver, BC - V5R 3L8

$895,000 | 3 bed | 2 bath | 1,019 sqft


Vancouver Real Estate - MLS® Vancouver BC

Vancouver real estate is currently booming. Some houses in Vancouver offer majestic ocean view and most people who get the opportunity to live in this are sometimes describe it as a heaven. Although some of these houses don’t come cheap like the ones in the Vancouver West but investing in these houses has been seen to be worth it. Vancouver has also been said to house wealthy immigrants and this has also led to it being the area offering very expensive market in real estate compared to other Canadian cities. Foreign capital flowing in Vancouver has led it being a global market of real estate. Some Vancouver developers say this area is a community bedroom for the world and in line with the real estate here, they have hit the jackpot. Local incomes have also increasingly unhinged the real estate prices of Vancouver raising concerns about the affordability.

Where to live in Vancouver

Vancouver real estate is very diverse and the place to live in Vancouver will depend on ones preferences, MLS® Vancouver and EstateBlock is the best resource to search for listings online, but first you may need to know the best neighborhoods in Vancouver, best area to live for young families and young singles or neighborhoods that are most common for city newcomers. It is highly recommended to be up to date with the latest developments of immigrations as there are regular changes so that your move can not be affected.

MLS® Vancouver

  •   Downtown (Coal Harbor, Gas town, Yale town, West end)
  •   Kitsilano
  •   South Granville
  •   East Vancouver (Commercial Drive, Main Street)
  •   Kerrisdale
  •   University of British Columbia
  •   South Vancouver


Vancouver Real estate is very diverse but you are likely to live in a high rise if you end liking and choosing downtown area. Depending on the area you choose, price will vary. The main shopping district (Pacific Centre Mall and Robson Street), entertainment district, business street and Granville street are only few minutes away if you live in Downtown core.

MLS® Vancouver is the best resource to start searching for Westend condos which is also found in downtown location can be said to be the most affordable place in downtown. It is bordered by the ocean and Stanley Park. The Westend is also the place with neighborhoods that are most diverse in downtown. It has a mix of immigrants, Canadians, and transient international residents that are both old and young. This gives this neighborhood more of a community feel. There is an excellent mix between old high rise units, big heritage homes, duplex’s, and townhomes. Most of these homes have access of both Stanley Park and the sea wall within minutes.

The Westend has many superb eateries points and has food at affordable prices. The area is also known to host and popular for the Vancouver gay community. Some of the old residential towers have one bedroom apartments. There are also apartments with no separate bedrooms known as bachelor or studio, two bedroom apartments, and duplexes.

At the south east of downtown area is where the Yaletown is situated. In the 19th century it used to be a rail yard. However, the loading docks of the railway have been turned into café patios and restaurants while the warehouses have been turned into lofts. Its accessibility of false creek marina, nightclubs, boutique stores and upscale restaurants make this area be loved by Vancouver’s elite as their playground. The price in Yaletown is a little bit expensive. One who lives in Yaletown is said to be paying for a neighborhood that is trendy.

Gastown is located to the east of downtown area. The year that Canada was made a nation is the same time that Gastown was established. Despite the fact that it is near East Hastings Street that is poverty stricken, it offers a great mix of new and old apartment buildings and houses. Due to its historical charm, tourists flock this place at day and you will also find some of Vancouver best shopping places, bars and restaurant. The housing prices of Gastown are more reasonable in comparison to Yaletown.

Coal Harbour is in the north east part of the residential area of downtown. This area is extremely affluent mostly with retirees and professionals that are the high percentage in the population. It has mostly high rise condo units that are very near to marina to the north and the sea wall

Kitsilano is a neighborhood that is found on the west side of Vancouver city. It is popular due to the fact that it has 2 of Vancouver’s most known famous beaches, Jericho beach and Kits beach, and has amazing views of the mountains of North Shore. During the summer Kits is literally an activity hub. This neighborhood consists of students, young families, many yuppies, cafes, organic markets, Vancouver’s Greektown and yoga studios. Price around Kits Beach is extremely high due to the resort feel of the community.

East Vancouver (Commercial Drive, Main St) East Vancouver also known as East Van consists of the environs east of Main Street. The downtown location that is immediately adjacent to the east of Main Street will not interest you as it is near East Hastings that is known as Canada poorest neighborhood. However, as one moves further east you will find this area interesting with neighborhoods that are eclectic and with reasonable prices of price. East Van has a vibe that is down to earth, ‘slick’ antithesis of Downtown Vancouver and you will find students, working class, families and young couples in this area. As a result, the probability of finding an affordable house in this area is easier compared to Downtown core.

Main Street, which starts from southbound via Gastown and the Eastside Downtown through Chinatown, is an attraction of art, design boutiques, and fashion, as well as an affordable and diverse area for cafes, restaurants, and groceries. This is literally Vancouver’s go to place for designers and local artists. Accessories, handmade crafts and unique fashion are available in many boutiques at this neighborhood. In this area eateries run by families can be found adjacent to upscale restaurants.

Commercial Drive is an area close to Downtown in East Van. It can easily be accessed by public means of transportation and is known to have a close-knit. The community feel of this area comes with price prices that are affordable. In this neighborhood you find a lot of musicians and artists, as well as Italian men enjoying espresso or wine while watching soccer on television on patios during the summertime. Commercial Drive is a blend of private and business with a high extent of ethnic and veggie lover eateries, organizations, and social lodging. It has been the destination for eras of settlers to Vancouver and has noteworthy Italian, Asian, Latin American, East Indian, and African people group. The people group is populated with huge Edwardian-style legacy structures with a phenomenal choice of bistros, bars and eateries. In the event that you are hoping to live in a bigger house with a back yard, this is the area for you.

South Granville South Granville, found south of Downtown over the Granville Street span, offers magnificent open transport with express transport lines hurrying to the University of British Columbia, East Vancouver and past and the air terminal. Somewhat more moderate prices than Downtown with an incredible choice of bars and eateries. It is exclusive 5 minutes by transport downtown and 10-15mins stroll to Granville Island (an island amidst the city with waterfront eateries, theaters, exhibitions, studios and a first class new nourishment market, Granville Island Public Market).

University of British Columbia (UBC) Situated at the most western purpose of Vancouver, the University of British Columbia (UBC) is found 10 kilometers from Downtown. The college grounds catch a zone of just about 1000 sections of land and houses very nearly 35,000 understudies. It offers incredible access to open transport and numerous nearby shorelines (Wreck, Spanish Banks) and also an extraordinary school environment. This range has demonstrated to a great degree mainstream with understudy on summer working visas. This territory offers access to numerous shorelines and the enrichment grounds of the University.

Kerrisdale is an area south of Kits where a considerable measure of Vancouver's rich elderly go to resign in tall building townhouses. The shops are curious and focused on towards seniors. You can get to the Kits territory in 15-20 minutes and to the downtown center in 25-30 minutes by means of open transport.

South Vancouver Found further south past 49th St, the Marpole region offers incredible worth given that it is very much served by open transport along Oak and Granville St.

With a mellow atmosphere, stunning perspectives and a hearty economy, Vancouver has been a well known decision for settlers for a considerable length of time. This waterfront seaport city, which includes a thickly populated downtown center encompassed by sprawling rural areas toward the south and east, is the biggest in Western Canada. Aficionados of nature will feel comfortable not long after in the wake of moving to Vancouver. This Moving to Vancouver guide covers everything imperative, from data on migration to Canada, settlement and job, to way of life and things to do in Vancouver.

In case you're new to Vancouver, you've presumably made sense of that we want to fixate on two things: downpour and land. Both subjects tend to make us insane, in light of the fact that we can't generally control possibly one: our downpour will fall, and our land will rise. As of late, there's been a free for all of guess, mourn, and level out doomsday alarm over rising property estimations in Vancouver, generally impelled by the as of late discharged Property Assessment Notices, which affirm that more than 90 for every penny of "single-family homes" in the city are worth more than $1 million.

Vancouver's always developing land business sector was as of late the subject of derision (once more) when a weather beaten, decaying, 86-year-old Point Gray home was recorded at $2.4 million. The post turned into a web sensation; however the greater part of the shock totally overlooked what's really important of the cost. The crappy old house doesn't make a difference one spoiled shingle. It's the soil the spoiling wood is perched on that is worth millions. That straightforward, dirtied actuality is the thing that such a large number of individuals, both inside Vancouver and past, experience serious difficulties their heads around.

The reasonable and present shock announcing our 2016 land costs crazy and murdering this city is ubiquitous, however here's the thing: that same dissension, that same shock, has peaked more than three distinct hundreds of years in this city. Nothing has changed since Vancouver was consolidated in 1886. In our first year, a downtown parcel was offering for generally $400, which got objections of value gouging, however hey, the railroad was coming! In 1891, the same parcel was offering for generally $1,000. By the turn of the twentieth century, that same downtown part was offering for $4,000. The estimation of the area was multiplying generally every five to 10 years, and it's never ceased.

Like Hong Kong, Manhattan, San Francisco, Sydney, or numerous different urban communities totally or incompletely encompassed by water, Vancouver's soil is quite restricted. Like Manhattan or San Francisco, yet not at all like, say, Winnipeg, the City of Vancouver does not have perpetual arrive on which to manufacture houses, flanked by Burrard Inlet toward the north, the Fraser River toward the south, and the Strait of Georgia toward the west. What you see is the thing that you get. That is the reason, when we discover a pocket of area (like say the tarnished however valuable segment of soil underneath the impending evacuated Georgia Viaduct), it's a pot of gold, and exceptionally hostile. Another explanation behind the worth is self-evident: Vancouver is a standout amongst the most delightful and decent urban areas on the planet. Individuals need to live here and get irritated when they can't. Facebook is loaded with this. Outside financial specialists arrive (be they from Scotland in the 1890s or China in the 1980s), and make furious rivalry for our scarcest product.

Check for yourself: in the event that you or anybody you know possesses a "solitary family home" in Vancouver, you'll note with eye-popping clarity that your property estimation is in fact multiplying overall at regular intervals (that is the area, not the structures). Here's the filthy truth: our constantly rising area values have nothing to do with the present record low financing costs, eager land specialists, or seaward speculators. The interest for Vancouver land has dependably been here, in some structure, and it's not leaving. The secret to Vancouver land is to just get your foot in the entryway: on the off chance that you can, begin little with an apartment suite, develop your value over years, and trip the land stepping stool. That is the genuine earth about this delightful, blustery, land crazed city.


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