Rokham Fard with the company does point out Vancouver’s curb appeal which is living near an ocean and the ample green space are nothing to sneer at.
The weather also means Vancouver’s sales season never really winds down, allowing significantly more viewings and potential buyers, but when it comes to the almighty dollar, there are some perks too.
“Despite the fact that prices tend to be more expensive on an average basis, they’re actually better if not on par with Toronto for first-time home buyers. So, getting your feet and actually becoming a homeowner — it might be slightly easier in Vancouver,” says Fard.
First time buyers in Vancouver spend an average of $420,000 compared with about $5,000 more in...