Vancouver is notorious for its high cost of living, especially when it comes to real estate. With prices continually on the rise, and no signs of letting up anytime soon, the reality of owning a home is becoming grimmer by the day for the city’s Millennial population.
In light of inflated housing prices around the Metro Vancouver core, more and more people are moving eastward in search of affordable housing. Cities like Coquitlam and Surrey have experienced an influx of movers, cementing them as the up and coming players in the housing market. As a matter of fact, Surrey might just be the holy grail for Millennials looking to trade in their high monthly rent costs for a luxury condo suite.
Enter Evolve, the second of six towers to be built in the West Village by WestStone Group. With units starting at a jaw-dropping price of $93,900, it’s almost too good to be true. Perhaps the cherry on top of it all is just how affordable Evolve’s mortgage payments are shaping up to be.