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Your Guide to Vancouver Apartments and Homes For Rent
Vancouver, British Columbia is known for its culture and quality of life. Ranked high on many lists for livability, Vancouver has a lot to offer its residents. If you're moving to Vancouver, check out this guide for information about the city and finding the Vancouver apartment rental that meets your needs.

Arts and Culture in Vancouver
From art galleries to museums to concerts, Vancouver is a hub for arts and culture. You can catch performances by the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and Vancouver Opera, or you can take in a dramatic performance by one of the many theatre companies in the city. Large venues like the GM Place and Pacific Coliseum draw popular performing artists. Additionally, there's an alternative music scene, so you can be one of the first to see emerging bands when you rent a Vancouver apartment.

Job Opportunities and Employment in Vancouver
Employment opportunities in Vancouver are varied, but you'll definitely need a job to pay your Vancouver apartment rent. Some major industries in Vancouver include tourism, service, fishing, forestry, mining, and agriculture. Vancouver is a major film production location and has a growing technology industry. The Port of Vancouver is a major part of Vancouver's economy. The city's higher-learning institutes, like the University of British Columbia, also employ a significant number of residents.

Where to Live in Vancouver
Vancouver apartment rentals and homes are significantly more expensive than residences in other cities. An average Vancouver home costs around $700,000, which is well above the average in Toronto. There are different neighborhoods throughout the city that offer different types of housing. Check for Vancouver apartment rentals and condos in the Coal Harbor and Yaletown areas of downtown. Look near the college campuses located in Vancouver for small Vancouver apartments or rooms for rent. You can also find high-rise Vancouver apartments for rent mixed in with commercial buildings in urban areas. Regardless of where you rent a Vancouver apartment, you may want to consider a roommate or two to help defray costs of your new apartment.
Other cities with apartments for rent in British Columbia :

Abbotsford  Burnaby  Coquitlam  Dawson Creek 
Esquimalt  Fort Nelson  Fort St. John  Kamloops 
Kelowna  Lake Country  Langley  Montreal 
Nanaimo  New Westminster  North Vancouver  Parksville 
Port Moody  Prince George  Richmond  Squamish 
Surrey  Taylor  Vancouver  Victoria 
West Kelowna  West Vancouver 

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