Vancouver is consistently named as one of the best cities in the world to live in. Vancouver residents enjoy the best of both city life and the great outdoors.  

Although Vancouver is a large metropolis, it won’t be hard to explore the distinct characters of each of the city’s diverse neighbourhoods. Public transport in Vancouver is excellent and offers rapid transit trains, commuter rail and a seaferry in addition to its extensive network of buses. As Vancouver is such an ethnically diverse city, you’ll find each neighbourhood has a distinct character and ethnic mix. This multicultural character also makes Vancouver a food lover’s paradise. Vancouver is broadly split into Downtown, Vancouver East and  Vancouver West 

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Current Vancouver MLS® stats indicate an average house price of $1,265,238 and 1,475 new listings in the last 28 days. As of today, Vancouver housing data shows median days on market for a home is 19 days

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VANCOUVER EAST


VANCOUVER WEST 


DOWNTOWN 




Vancouver Demographics


The population density in Vancouver is 110472% higher than British Columbia
The median age in Vancouver is 7% lower than British Columbia
In Vancouver 28.33% of the population is Chinese
In Vancouver 7.04% of the population is South Asian
In Vancouver 5.37% of the population is Filipino
The city of Vancouver, BC has a population of 670,642 and a population density of 5,844 people per square kilometre. There are a total of 68 Vancouver, BC neighbourhoods

Vancouver is consistently named as one of the top five worldwide cities for livability and quality of life, and the Economist Intelligence Unit acknowledged it as the first city ranked among the top ten of the world's most well-living cities for ten consecutive years. However, Vancouver also ranks as the most expensive city to live in Canada and as the fourth-most expensive housing market globally. In 2011, the city planned to become the greenest city in the world by 2020. 

All Vancouver Neighbourhoods

Acadia ParkArbutus RidgeBurrard Indian ReserveCambieCapilano Indian Reserve 5Champlain HeightsChinatownCoal HarbourCollingwoodDavie VillageDowntown EastsideDowntown SouthDowntown VancouverDunbar SouthlandsEast HastingsEnglish BayFairviewFraserviewGastownGranvilleGranville Entertainment DistrictGranville IslandGreektownHastings - SunriseHistoric JapantownHogans AlleyKensington - Cedar CottageKerrisdaleKillarneyKits PointKitsilanoLittle GinzaLittle IndiaLower HudsonMackenzie HeightsMarpoleMcMillan Island 6Mole HillMt. PleasantMusqueam Indian Reserve 2Norquay VillageOakOakridgeOlympic VillageQuilchenaRenfrew - CollingwoodRenfrew HeightsSeymour Creek Indian ReserveShaughnessyShaughnessy HeightsSouth CambieSouth False CreekStanley ParkStanley Park SubdivisionStrathconaSunsetThe DriveTsawwassen Indian ReserveUniversity Endowment LandsUniversity HillVictoria - FraserviewWest EndWest Point GreyWestbrook VillageWhite RockYaletown

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Vancouver Demographics


Visible Minority Population

DataPercent
Chinese28.3%
South Asian7.0%
Filipino5.4%
Southeast Asian2.9%
Latin American2.0%

Immigrants By Place Of Birth

DataPercent
China11.6%
Philippines5.2%
Hong Kong3.7%
India2.3%
United Kingdom1.9%

ARTS AND ENTERTAINMENT




SHOPPING 




RESTAURANTS 



The city is broadly split into Westside, which offers a number of high-end restaurants and East Van where you can browse many ethnic restaurants offering the best of Chinese, Indian, Filipino, Mexican, German and Japanese cuisine. In the centre of the city, Gastown, Vancouver’s older neighorhood has historically been a gastronomer’s delight. Named for a single tavern founded in 1867, Gastown today is home to Vancouver’s sizeable Chinatown and as any Vancouver resident will tell you, offers some of the best dim sum in North America.

StatisticVancouverBritish ColumbiaNational
Population670,6424,912,40037,465,430
Population density (sq km)5,84454
Median age39.342.340.9
Male/Female ratio1.0:11.0:11.0:1
Married couples66%71%66%
Families w/ kids at home40%41%43%
Speak English only83.3%89.7%68.8%
Speak French only0.1%0.0%4.5%

Vancouver Livability

  • Vancouver has a Livability Score of 60/100, which is considered below average
  • Vancouver crime rates are 7% higher than the British Columbia average
  • Cost of living in Vancouver is 35% higher than the British Columbia average
  • Vancouver real estate prices are 84% higher than the British Columbia average
  • Rental prices in Vancouver are 39% higher than the British Columbia average

Vancouver Public Schools  Elementary Schools

1. Anderson Elementary School
2. Chinook Elementary School
3. Eisenhower Elementary School
4. Felida Elementary School
5. Franklin Elementary School
6. Fruit Valley Community Learning Center
7. Harney Elementary School
8. Hazel Dell Elementary School
9. Hough Elementary School
10. King Elementary School
11. Lake Shore Elementary School
12. Lincoln Elementary School
13. Marshall Elementary School
14. Minnehaha Elementary School
15. Ogden Elementary School
16. Roosevelt Elementary School
17. Sacajawea Elementary School
18. Salmon Creek Elementary School
19. Truman Elementary School
20. Walnut Grove Elementary School
21. Washington Elementary School

Middle Schools

1. Alki Middle School
2. Discovery Middle School
3. Gaiser Middle School
4. Jason Lee Middle School
5. Thomas Jefferson Middle School
6. McLoughlin Middle School
7. Vancouver iTech Preparatory @ WSUV (6-8)

Vancouver Private Schools
Top Rated Schools In Vancouver
Name Grades Students Proficiency
Our Lady of Perpetual Help KG – 9 n/a 100%
Little Flower Academy 8 – 12 n/a 100%
Corpus Christi School KG – 9 n/a 100%
St George’s School 1 – 12 n/a 100%
York House School KG – 12 n/a 100%
Our Lady of Sorrows KG – 9 n/a 100%
West Point Grey Academy KG – 12 n/a 100%
Crofton House KG – 12 n/a 100%
Vancouver High Schools

1. Columbia River High School
2. Fort Vancouver High School
3. Hudson’s Bay High School
4. Vancouver Flex Academy
5. Skyview High School
6. Vancouver iTech Preparatory @ WSUV (9-12)
7. Vancouver School of Arts and Academics (6-12)

chat with upward trend Real Estate Market Performance

Benchmark Price: The price of a “typical” home that would sell in the area at a specific point in time.

Days on Market Average: Gives us an idea of how quickly homes are selling.

Sales-to-Active Ratio: Helps determine whether it’s a seller’s, buyer’s or balanced market. Compares how many homes have sold in an area versus the amount of total active listings.

We use these statistics as indicators that tell us how the market is trending and how to value your home

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