✅✅✅⇨Where To Live In Vancouver, B.C. Canada!⇦✅✅✅

So, you're thinking of moving to the Metro Vancouver area but you're not

quite sure which area might be right for you and your family and whomever you may

have coming with you. Well, in this video I'm gonna cover the 7 municipalities

that make up the Metro Vancouver Region because it is so diverse. So, if you want

to know what the best area is for you to live in Metro Vancouver, stick around.

Hey, everyone. I'm craig Veroni with RE/MAX Masters Realty. I'm a local real estate

agent here in Metro Vancouver. I was actually named one of the top 50 video

influencers in real estate, in North America, for the past two consecutive

years for the way I utilize video to sell my client's homes and educate them as well.

Today's video is all about the various types of living in the Metro

Vancouver area that's going to fit your lifestyle. I shoot a ton of videos about

what it's like to live, love, and own here in Vancouver, B.C. so, if you haven't yet,

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all right so let's jump into it. When most

people think of Vancouver, they think of downtown Vancouver. And, that's only

natural. After all Vancouver is one of the most

densely populated areas of any city in Canada. Downtown, Vancouver is

surrounded by water. It's also home to the world-famous Stanley Park and its

seawall. It is loaded with every kind of amenity you could possibly want.

Restaurants, coffee shops, bars, nightclubs, shopping. Not to mention this is an

incredibly walkable city. There are also tons of high-rise and low-rise

apartments for condo living downtown.

Now, I know you're going to want to know the

average home price for each of the areas that I'll be highlighting today so, in

the description below I'm gonna put a link for you to a phenomenal market

report that's going to cover all of the seven areas I'll be describing today, as

well as all of the sub areas in those cities. You're going to know how much

inventory is in that neighborhood, the average list to sale price ratio, the

average days on market, and so much more. You're absolutely going to love it so

make sure to check out that link in the description below.

Now we were just talking about condos and you're also going to find a ton of

townhouses downtown but what you're not going to find a lot of are detached homes.

For those you're going to have to head south over either the Burrard,

Granville, or Cambie Street bridges or, north over the Lions Gate Bridge.

Now the City of Vancouver is divided into three main areas. You've got downtown,

the east side and west side of Vancouver. Main Street is the dividing line between the

east and west sides of Vancouver. Now the west side of Vancouver is home to some

of the most expensive real estate in Vancouver other than West Vancouver

which I'll get to soon. It has beautiful mature neighbourhoods with some stunning

detached homes. The east side is home to some of Vancouver's trendiest

neighborhoods such as the Mount Pleasant and Main Street areas.

I'm not going to go into detail of the various neighborhoods in this video but in

upcoming videos I'm certainly going to dive deeper into them for you. So, keep

your eyes peeled for videos such as the "Top 5 Neighborhoods on the Westside of Vancouver,"

"The Top 5 neighborhoods on the Eastside of Vancouver," and

"The Hottest Neighborhoods Downtown."

Okay, so we've covered the City of Vancouver

itself but there are a number of other municipalities that you may want to

consider as well. First let's jump across the Lions Gate Bridge to North Vancouver.

Lower Lonsdale allows you to be in the heart of the action with stunning views

of the vancouver skyline in the water while places like central Lonsdale, Delbrook,

Pemberton Heights, and Lynn Valley offer you relatively affordable detached

home options. Places like Edgemont Village in the Capilano Highlands area

here in North Vancouver offer you more luxury detached home options.

North Vancouver is also home to two ski hills Mount Seymour and Grouse Mountain home

of the world famous Grouse Grind.

North Vancouver also has an incredible school system

so whether you've got kids in elementary or high school, you can't go wrong.

Now, if luxury real estate is what you're after but you don't want to live

in North Vancouver or the west side of Vancouver, then West Vancouver is for you.

With so many areas in West Vancouver offering stunning views of the Vancouver

skyline and the water it's no wonder that this is such a popular place for

those looking for a luxury real estate.

My office is located at 1453 Bellevue Ave. in West vancouver

so, if you ever have any questions about the area, feel free to give me a call.

But, maybe you don’t want to live on the North Shore and you’d prefer to live just east of Vancouver,

then Burnaby might just be for you.

again lots of older mature neighborhoods with less pricier detached home options than Vancouver itself.

You've also got Simon Fraser University in Burnaby if you're a student or

perhaps condo living in the Metrotown area is for you or the Burnaby Heights

and Capitol Hill neighborhoods or even the lovely area around Deer Lake.

Right next to it in the southeast corner of Burnaby is New Westminster. Here you're

going to find charming turn-of-the-century homes, mid-century homes,

as well as newer homes and tons of high-rise condos all along the riverfront in new West.

My good friend, Geoff specializes in this area so if

you're thinking of moving here, give me a call and I'll be sure to connect you with him.

In the northeast corner of Burnaby right next door is Port Moody.

Another fantastic place to live with a redeveloped waterfront area, fantastic

microbreweries, as well as parks and lakes such as Buntzen lake for you to enjoy.

I grew up and went to school in this area and it is a fantastic place to raise a family.

Now, maybe none of these municipalities

are speaking to you and you'd prefer to live south of Vancouver in Richmond.

Home of the Richmond night market, right next door to YVR Airport and serving up some

of the best Asian cuisine and shopping for you.

This might be more in your wheelhouse.

Now, that's just a quick glimpse of the 7 municipalities I'm

referring to as the Metro Vancouver region but, there are another 8 or

9 municipalities surrounding that that make up the Greater Vancouver area

which are sure to have home options fitting your budget and lifestyle.

As I mentioned, I'm Craig Veroni with RE/MAX Masters Realty. I'm your local real

estate agent here in Metro Vancouver, B.C. So, if you have any questions, if you're

thinking of moving here, relocating here, be sure to reach out, send me a text,

shoot me an email or give me a call on my mobile number. I work with clients

from all across Canada and around the world moving here to Vancouver and I

absolutely love doing it. I also shoot a ton of videos about what it's like to

live, love, and own here in Vancouver so if you haven't yet, please hit that

subscribe button, don't forget to hit the bell as well so you can be notified the

moment I have a new video out. I hope you've enjoyed this video and if so please hit

that thumbs up button, give the video a like, and don't forget to leave a comment

in the comment section below. I've shot a ton of videos of various areas around

Vancouver and we'll be featuring many more areas in the upcoming weeks but if

there's a specific area or neighborhood that you'd like me to feature or shoot

please let me know in the comment section below.

Thanks for watching. Have a fantastic day and remember this is where you

Live. Love. Own Vancouver!