Search has 182 results in Central Abbotsford Condos For Sale.
Average Price: $378,228, Highest Price: $1,150,000,
Lower Price: $199,700, Medium Price: $674,850,
Average Property Tax: $1,260, Average Square Foot: 1,118,
Average Days On Market: 67, Average Year Built: 1996
Abbotsford Central Apartments for sale
Employment in this area
The economy in Central Abbotsford is very strong. Central Abbotsford Condominium owners are typically locally employed. The industry is like transportation healthcare, retail and of course agriculture make up the cities largest economic centers. There is a huge cancer and Hospital Centre with over 2000 employees. Some of my dear friends have ended up in this hospital and I have visited them personally. It’s a nice state of the art facility. There’s also some prisons around the area Employee more than 500 officers- I bet you’re excited about that. There’s also the amazing Abbotsford airshow and job for us in the aerospace industry. As a kid, I used to go to the Abbotsford airshow during the summers that were a lot of fun my mom used to take me in for the three days and I just loved looking at all the jet fighters – I used to love that stuff as a kid. Go to the air show – you’ll love it.
Abbotsford has a lot and I mean a lot of elementary and secondary schools, namely 46 of them. I guess when you have that many kids you’re gonna need that many schools. Luckily for you, my dear buyer, That means there is a lot of high-level learning going on. There are also quite a few private schools around the area like the Saint John Brebeuf, The Mennonite education institute, and the Abbotsford Christian school.
There are also a lot of universities and colleges and institutes like I mentioned the University of Fraser Valley, the Colombia Bible college, this prop shop community college, VCC, and CDI college. A lot of apartments in Central Abbotsford are rented out to these young students.
Shopping and dining Close
Abbotsford has only three shopping areas. Big surprise. You got seven oaks, High Street, and the downtown historic district. Oh and I almost forgot also West Oaks Mall. You can also check out the local flea market on Sundays.
There’s a lot of dining is in the area surprisingly. Also for those drinkers, a lot of breweries, wineries, and cafés or you can choose from. Local favourite place here is called bow and stern. You might want to check out Brickhouse also. One other place I was told is the Boardwalk cafe and games with has over 300 tabletop games. If you want to get that special even going on check out restaurant 62.
There’s a lot of public transportation in Abbotsford. This includes city buses and the West Coast Express. The town actually has an international airport servicing and connecting cities like Vancouver and some cities that are kind of the US border crossing. You can actually catch cheaper flights coming out of this town because there are fewer taxes then Vancouver international airport. But that’s not saying much because the Vancouver international airport is just about the most expensive airport in terms of taxes anywhere in the world. Alas, it’s still cheaper! From Abbotsford, there’s also a border Crossing that goes into the US.
Investing in Abbotsford
All jokes aside Abbotsford remains an exceptional place to invest in. With jobs like the ones at the hospital and cancer center, with an international airport, and a growing economic base, the city is set to be fantastic for investment options for any real estate savvy investor. The population is also sad to grow extremely cry in the next few years. Currently, Abbotsford has over 45,000 people but it set to be a humungous area in the future.
Overall I would not hesitate to invest here. I wouldn’t live here but I certainly would put my hard earned money in this place.
If you require any help to buy sell or invest in Abbotsford give me a shout. I’ll be glad to serve you.