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Vancouver’s Average Rent Price Would Have You Dishing Out Nearly $30K A Year

That's gotta hurt.

A new rental report shows just how expensive rental prices in Vancouver really are. The report by Rentals.ca shows that the average rent for condos and apartments in Vancouver as of May 2021 is a whopping $2,315 per month.

If you're paying that rate for an entire year, you're looking at an overall cost of $27,780.

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Vancouver's Rent Is Getting Spicy & Here's How Much You'd Pay In Different Spots

Vancouver has the most expensive rent in Canada.

It's certainly no secret that rent prices in Vancouver aren't easy on the wallet. In fact, the city has the most expensive rent in Canada.

According to a report sent to Narcity from liv.rent, rental prices are going up steadily in most of the neighbourhoods and recovering from price drops due to COVID-19.

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You Can Pay Your Rent With Bitcoin For The First Time Ever Through This Canadian Startup

Just livin' in the future out here.

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Vancouver-based startup rental platform liv.rent has given users the ability to pay their rent with Bitcoin as more companies start to accept cryptocurrency payments.

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The Photos Of This Mind-Blowing $19 Million BC Mansion Will Make You Buy A Lottery Ticket

"What Dreams Are Made Of" by Hilary Duff plays softly in the background.

The realtors of Selling Sunset may want to consider expanding their listings further up the west coast to take on this incredible B.C. mansion. Perched cliffside in a gated community of West Vancouver, this home has stunning, unobstructed views of Howe Sound.

This $19.8 million home has it all, from top-notch oceanfront vistas in the middle of B.C.'s outdoors to a resort-level swimming pool and truly luxurious patios.

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This Canadian City Was Named The Best Place In The World For Young People To Buy Property

They say it is actually affordable!

One major city in Canada was recently ranked as the best place in the world to buy property at a young age.  

In the study done by CIA Landlord, 46 cities in the world were looked at to find the best place for young people to buy property.

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You Need To Make Over $200K & Save For 409 Months To Afford A House In This Canadian City

A casual FOUR HUNDRED months. 😭

If you're considering dipping your toes into the real estate market, understanding Canadian house prices in different cities is a great first step. 

New data from the National Bank of Canada has revealed that saving up for a down payment might take a serious chunk of time, especially in Vancouver. 

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