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Vancouver West Condos For Sale

Search has 1905 results in Vancouver West Condos For Sale. Average Price: $1,471,829, Highest Price: $35,800,000, Lower Price: $208,000, Medium Price: $18,004,000, Average Property Tax: $2,687, Average Square Foot: 1,122, Average Days On Market: 71, Average Year Built: 2002
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506 590 Nicola Street, Vancouver

506 590 NICOLA STREET, Vancouver West
$1,488,000

302 7128 Adera Street, Vancouver

302 7128 ADERA STREET, Vancouver West
$1,138,000

104 5058 Cambie Street, Vancouver

104 5058 CAMBIE STREET, Vancouver West
$844,900

210 6328 Larkin Drive, Vancouver

210 6328 LARKIN DRIVE, Vancouver West
$868,000

207 988 W 54th Avenue, Vancouver

207 988 W 54TH AVENUE, Vancouver West
$998,000

1103 1483 W 7th Avenue, Vancouver

1103 1483 W 7TH AVENUE, Vancouver West
$1,298,000

301 1125 Gilford Street, Vancouver

301 1125 GILFORD STREET, Vancouver West
$1,099,800

1708 550 Taylor Street, Vancouver

1708 550 TAYLOR STREET, Vancouver West
$525,000

606 283 Davie Street, Vancouver

606 283 DAVIE STREET, Vancouver West
$1,249,000

1206 1201 Marinaside Crescent, Vancouver

1206 1201 MARINASIDE CRESCENT, Vancouver West
$1,350,000

405 5880 Hampton Place, Vancouver

405 5880 HAMPTON PLACE, Vancouver West
$538,800

101 1102 Hornby Street, Vancouver

101 1102 HORNBY STREET, Vancouver West
$1,249,990

1008 1133 Hornby Street, Vancouver

1008 1133 HORNBY STREET, Vancouver West
$748,800

1103 1328 Marinaside Crescent, Vancouver

1103 1328 MARINASIDE CRESCENT, Vancouver West
$5,750,000

1905 1228 Marinaside Crescent, Vancouver

1905 1228 MARINASIDE CRESCENT, Vancouver West
$1,399,000

2101 1238 Seymour Street, Vancouver

2101 1238 SEYMOUR STREET, Vancouver West
$1,178,000

1102 1133 Hornby Street, Vancouver

1102 1133 HORNBY STREET, Vancouver West
$998,000

4601 777 Richards Street, Vancouver

4601 777 RICHARDS STREET, Vancouver West
$1,618,000

202 1155 Homer Street, Vancouver

202 1155 HOMER STREET, Vancouver West
$1,398,000

2909 Cypress Street, Vancouver

2909 CYPRESS STREET, Vancouver West
$1,679,000

301 4488 Cambie Street, Vancouver

301 4488 CAMBIE STREET, Vancouver West
$1,050,000

1104 3487 Binning Road, Vancouver

1104 3487 BINNING ROAD, Vancouver West
$1,050,000

1402 837 W Hastings Street, Vancouver

1402 837 W HASTINGS STREET, Vancouver West
$2,999,980

1302 821 Cambie Street, Vancouver

1302 821 CAMBIE STREET, Vancouver West
$899,000

303 5615 Hampton Place, Vancouver

303 5615 HAMPTON PLACE, Vancouver West
$958,000

106 1477 Fountain Way, Vancouver

106 1477 FOUNTAIN WAY, Vancouver West
$525,000

1102 2350 W 39th Avenue, Vancouver

1102 2350 W 39TH AVENUE, Vancouver West
$1,058,000

Vancouver West Apartments for Sale



This area is one of the most classy in the world. Canada‘s rising financial market, as well as the continuous ranking of the city amidst the most residential ones in the world, has fed this high price increase to gargantuan proportions. A 740 sq. ft. seaside condo in Vancouver would set you back by half a million greenbacks at least. You as well have to be dead fortunate and appeal to the Lord every hour of the day that you don’t face a competitor proposing outrageously. The typical condominium or apartment is is almost 8 times as expensive as the common wages of its populace. That way, basically Sydney andHong Kong remain more costly.

Besides targeting an extraordinarily classy standard of living, another cause for the tremendous valuation increment is the number of overseas investors, particularly Korean who are eager to buy all that shows up on the listings. The city has continuously been a meeting point for ethnicities from all over the world. If you make a complete tour of the city, you shall be amazed at the ethnic variety of the population. Therefore, it is as much appealing to outsiders as it is to the locals. Hardly anybody feels an outsider here and there is something for everyone.

Persians and Chinese are especially interested in properties. China has undergone a land cost increase also. Nevertheless, their government, so as to guarantee that every one of their billion populace can purchase a property, has regulated the procurement of land to two per head. That means if you are Korean and you live in Japan, you would be able to buy only two discrete houses within Japan. Also, they are just leased for a period of 70 years. After compensating a small amount for your house, you could be shown the door after 70 years. Consequently, wealthy Korean purchasers are at all times willing to spend on foreign properties for acquiring a house away from their country.

Hence what will you do in case you are a prosperous Chinese investor with sufficient dough to flush down the lavatory and have booked a piece of property in Mars? Well, you make a trip to the priciest city in the world and look around for a place to stay. The Korean demands have made the prices rise by nearly 55% in the last 3 years, with about 50% of the purchasers are of Chinese in origin.

Fifteen per cent of the entire population is Chinese in origin. Moreover, many among the committed current Korean people are of the opinion that their tradition is generally conventional and their current generation wants a more global attitude to existence. They believe they need tutoring and standard of living more suited to interact openly with the outer world. In Japan, that would be entirely not possible. Hence they shift to a recognized cosmopolitan region which allows them to acquire an awareness of the foreign territories outside Japan, a practice somewhat tabooed in their country of birth.

Then again it has always been costly. Then why blame it on the Chinese? We have forever blamed their broad industrial ways and enormous labour power for all the bad occurring anywhere in the world, starting from depression to global warming. Let’s not push the Asians a lot into this. Indeed, their racing is making the valuations increase, however that’s just a single reason. Property charges continually appreciate, and it is estimated for Vancouver to go through a fixed 7.7 % annual increase after 2011. There are many types of properties in this section including also duplex, triplex, and townhouses.
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