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BC has some of the most desirable places to live on earth, which ultimately makes it also one of the most  expensive.   If you must live in a detached home the crunch can be incredible.  

According to an article written by Ian Austin in the Province on October 21, 2014 here is a list  of the average price for a home in BC;s most exclusive communities:

 

West Vancouver   $2,144,137

Vancouver: $1,367,458

Whistler: $1,208,343

Lions Bay: $1,114,347

Anmore: $1,106,149

North Van District: $1,016,052

Richmond: $971,675

Burnaby: $949,826

North Van City: $891,975

Oak Bay: $890,732

White Rock: $878,824

Belcarra: $842,238

 

Now if you are looking to retire or looking to cash in on your investment you might be looking for something just a little less expensive.  Here is an interesting list of the average price for a detached home in BC's 36 most affordable communities.

 

Granisle: $49,222

Port Clements: $67,592

Stewart: $69,925

New Hazelton: $73,689

Wells: $74,683

Zeballos: $80,222

Masset: $86,777

Tahsis: $87,588

Clinton: $96,323

Mackenzie: $111,634

Port Edward: $113,761

Greenwood: $113,980

Gold River: $114,236

Hazelton: $114,953

Burns Lake: $116,945

McBride: $118,989

Lytton: $120,379

Houston: $123,254

Cache Creek: $131,390

Slocan: $137,979l

Sayward: $141,155

Port Alice: $143,959

Fraser Lake: $147,662

Fort St. James: $150,658

Queen Charlotte: $152,378

Hudson’s Hope: $152,700

Salmo: $155,467

Lillooet: $158,698

Alert Bay: $161,127

Quesnel: $164,120

Port Hardy: $164,333

100 Mile House: $169,314

Midway: $170,787

Kitimat: $174,189

Prince Rupert: $175,489

Barriere: $178,272

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