Shopping for a Vancouver Vacation Home?

I love Vancouver. It’s a beautiful city with easy access to great skiing and seafood. What’s not to love about that?

Apparently, I’m not the only person who think the San Francisco of the North is awesome. Check out the condo prices:

Interior offers quality, affordability

In Vancouver, would-be buyers are staring at a pricetag of $284,900 for a 611-square-foot condo, with one bedroom and one bathroom, in the West End near English Bay and Stanley Park, Century 21 said.

That amounts to $466 per square foot.

If you want something pricier, you could spring for a 412-square-foot condo in downtown Vancouver, with one bedroom and one bathroom, for $281,000, or $682 per square foot.

Looks like I have a few options including this condo right next to Stanley Park for under a million dollars (a million Canadian, that is).

Full disclosure: the company I work for built the Century 21 Canada site I’ve linked to in this post.

One thought on “Shopping for a Vancouver Vacation Home?”

  1. Hi Ed
    Enjoyed your talk yesterday at the Century 21 event, wondered how to access your blog on how to create a blog…also can you tell me what RSS stands for?
    Thank You

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