Forget Windchill.More than 2200 hours of sunshine each year, an average January temperature that’s well above freezing, and most importantly, almost no snow, all combine to make Victoria a great place to live.
In addition, Victoria real estate is affordable relative to other major Canadian markets:
- Victoria MLS statistics
- Vancouver MLS statistics
- Calgary MLS statistics
- Toronto MLS statistics
- Canada real estate statistics
A Short Guide to Buying Real Estate in VictoriaWe have created this short guide to buying real estate in Victoria for anyone who wants to experience Canada’s warmest winters.
With a stable real estate market, a strong local economy, and the best weather in Canada, there has never been a better time to buy property in Victoria.
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This short guide includes information about:
Proof of “no snow tires required”
Handy resources for Victoria homebuyers
Move to Victoria and enjoy the shortest average commute for a city of our size in Canada (15 minutes). True work-life balance. More than 400 kilometers of cycle lanes. A population that’s physically fit.
We need to be in top condition if we want to enjoy everything Victoria offers, from kayaking to scuba diving to skiing to surfing to golfing…
A Brief Guide to Victoria NeighbourhoodsGreater Victoria sits at the southern tip of Vancouver Island. This small city is made up of 13 municipalities and is home to about 350,000 people. Greenways and parks extend all the way into the downtown core, which is itself surrounded by ocean and long expanses of wooded parks.
We have written about the main communities in Greater Victoria here.
Here are a few of our favourite neighbourhoods: