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There's nothing reasonable in Coal Habour as well.

Red Robinson recently sold his North Vancouver home, and started renting in Coal Habour for $4000 per month:

Smart move if you ask me. The condo is probably going for $2,200,000. In other words, the condo yields only a measly 2.2% before any expenses (tax, condo fee, etc). Even if the market plateaus, Red is better off renting rather than owning his home.

Really depends on where you live though.
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