Real Estate

This home for sale in B.C. is an absolute hidden gem for people looking to practice a more sustainable way of living.

The riverfront home is for sale in Bella Coola, B.C., and it comes with eight acres of land right next to a stunning river.

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Apparently, there are still a few places in B.C. where you can buy an affordable home, and this cute lakefront cabin is one of them!

For less than a fourth of what the average Vancouver home would cost, you can get this log cabin with over five acres of stunning property. That alone would make any city dweller tempted to run off and embrace country life.

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This house for sale in the B.C. countryside is listed for only $529,000 and comes with a ton of sprawling land, plus a whole barn.

In Vancouver, you're looking at a benchmark home price of $1,261,100, according to WOWA, and you can bet that you're not going to get 21 acres of property for that price tag — unlike this house that's for sale in the Tatlayoko Valley.

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Vancouver, B.C. might have the least affordable housing market in Canada, but buying a home in some neighbourhoods in the city is definitely a bit cheaper than others.

Neighbourhoods in Vancouver range from having super luxurious ocean-front houses to more affordable options. But even some of the less desirable areas have wildly high price tags on the homes.

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It's no secret that the Vancouver housing market is pricey, but there are still a few diamonds in the rough that won't totally break the bank.

This house for sale in B.C. is just under $300,000 and is actually super nice — considering what you're paying for it. According to WOWA, the benchmark price for a house in Vancouver right now is a hefty $1,261,000, so this is a pretty good deal.

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If you're a big orca fan, it might be time to make a move and buy this house. The oceanfront house for sale is in Sooke, B.C. and actually has multiple orca statues on the property.

Surrounded by nature, this big blue home is seriously unique. It has three orcas hanging around the front entryway. It is super random but could be perfect for someone out there.

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This unique home is tucked away in a cove, with stunning views of the Pacific Ocean on Vancouver Island in North Saanich, B.C.

Surrounded by nature, the home comes with its very own cove just steps away and it seriously looks like a mermaid hangout spot.

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This stunning ranch comes with more than 70 acres of land, including old-growth wilderness and rolling meadows of wildflowers, tucked away in the hills of Salt Spring Island in B.C.

With all its natural beauty and seclusion, it seriously looks just like something you'd find in the French countryside.

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It's common knowledge that the housing market in Vancouver is incredibly expensive, but a new report has revealed how many years it would take someone to save for a down payment on a home in the city — and it's wild.

About 37 years is needed to save up for a house in Vancouver, which is around seven years worse than Toronto, according to The National Bank of Canada's Housing Affordability Monitor.

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This home for sale in B.C. is located right on the ocean and has its own dock — which is perfect for summer fun.

The property is on a tiny island called Denny Island and it looks like a peaceful oasis.

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This stunning home for sale is set back within the forest on Vancouver Island, located in a beautiful area near the Juan De Fuca Straight, in Sooke, B.C.

It's giving some serious rainforest vibes, but it is close to the Pacific Ocean — so you can enjoy all the best parts of B.C.

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This quaint wooden cabin that's for sale in B.C. comes with some amazing river views, and it's super cheap — but it needs some serious work put into it.

It's located on a tiny island in Northern B.C. right along the Taku River and is surrounded by mountains.

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