Which Greater Vancouver Neighbourhood Has Most Affordable Condos?

Are you wishing to buy a condo and looking outside of Vancouver to find a more reasonable neighbourhood? Here's a list of Greater Vancouver's neighbourhoods, the Benchmark Price as at Janauary 2016 and their appreciation over the last year.

  1. Burnaby East $494,000 +19.9%
  2. Burnaby North $381,000 +11.5%
  3. Burnaby Souh $445,000 + 12.2%
  4. Coquitlam $304,000 + 14.9%
  5. Ladner $327,000 +6%
  6. Mape Ridge $169,000 +2.9%
  7. New West $36,000 +12%
  8. North Van $395,000 +8.9%
  9. Pitt Meadows $261,000 +2.6%
  10. Port Coquitlam $259,000 +12.7%
  11. Port Moody $393,000 +16.6%
  12. Richmond $396,000 +15.3%
  13. Squamish $312,000 +15.6%
  14. Tsawwassen $339,000 +6.4%
  15. East Vancouver $373,000 +18%
  16. Vancouver West $599,000 +20.5%
  17. West Vancouver $766,000 +19.5%
  18. Whistler $332,000 +31%
Most expensive is West Vancouver. Least expensive is Maple Ridge. Best appreciation in 2015 is Whistler and least appreciation is Maple Ridge. Over the last 10 years East Vancouver condos are the winner with a 73% increase.

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