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Where to Buy a Condo or Townhouse in Vancouver, BC in 2018

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What are the best neighborhoods to buy a home in Vancouver, BC? In order to find this, Zolo.ca analyzed every neighborhood in Metro Vancouver to identify the best and worst communities to buy a condo or townhouse in 2018.

As part of a larger market trends report, Zolo.ca analyzed 800 neighborhoods major metros throughout Canada to determine where to buy condos or townhouses. Neighborhoods were evaluated on the relative value, pricing trend and future desirability to determine scoring.

The market study determined the best neighborhoods to buy in Vancouver and Toronto for your home investment. This infographic outlines the best and worst neighborhoods to buy in Vancouver, B.C. including average home prices, walk score and transit score.

Infographic by Zolo

What are the best neighborhoods to buy a home in Vancouver, BC? In order to find this, Zolo.ca analyzed every neighborhood in Metro Vancouver to identify the best and worst communities to buy a condo or townhouse in 2018. As part of a larger market trends report, Zolo.ca analyzed 800 neighborhoods major metros throughout Canada to determine where to buy condos or townhouses. Neighborhoods were evaluated on the relative value, pricing trend and future desirability to determine scoring. The market study determined the best neighborhoods to buy in Vancouver and Toronto for your home investment. This infographic outlines the best and worst neighborhoods to buy in Vancouver, B.C. including average home prices, walk score and transit score. Infographic by Zolo

Score from the experts at Killer Infographics

Visual Communication - 65%
Design - 65%
Content/Script - 75%
Usability - 60%

66%

Final Grade

This infographic shows a map of Vancouver BC with information on housing for different neighborhoods. There isn't much aside from the small Condo and Townhouse icons on the map/tables to visually represent housing; make sure your theme comes across clearly. The black background on the 2017 Avg. Price column helps that information stand out, but there should also be a visual key for the color-coding on the Price to Rent Ratio column as it's unclear what pink, white, and blue mean until reading the full Notes section. A different layout might benefit usability for this infographic. Viewers can appreciate the map but need to scroll down to find the corresponding neighborhood — and then back up again to peruse others. The font size is also very small throughout. In all we'd give this a C.

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