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Vancouver is a beautiful city with panoramic views of the ocean, the mountains, and downtown all rolled into one. The city is easily walkable and has many neighborhoods that appeal to tourists and residents alike. For those new to the area, finding apartments for rent in Vancouver can be very simple, as many Vancouver apartments for rent have come onto the market in the wake of the 2010 Winter Olympics. Many Vancouver condos are easily within walking distance of shopping areas, malls, quaint neighborhoods, and work.
For people looking for apartments for rent in Vancouver or condos for rent in Vancouver, the area of Yaletown is a good place to start. Located near downtown, the Yaletown area is well-populated with up-and coming twenty-somethings and thirty-somethings, singles and young couples. There are not many houses in the area, because the population is well-off but still young, not having settled down quite yet. The area has been recently rebuilt from being a heavy industrial area, but is now quite popular with the younger crowd. Vancouver condo rentals and Vancouver apartment rentals are quite appealing thanks to the rapid growth of many outdoor cafes, nightclubs and pubs, trendy restaurants, and hipper retailers.
West Vancouver is much the same way as Yaletown in its mix of Vancouver apartments for rent and social scene. The Gastown area has improved a bit, and may continue to do so, so good, cheap deals for apartments for rent in Vancouver could be found there and might be worth the investment if that area can take off as well.
People starting families may be more apt to look for Vancouver houses for rent in neighborhoods such as Coquitlam and Cloverdale. Properties in the area can be had at a decent cost for a fair amount of space, a valuable deal for families just starting out. Since sprawl has not become too bad of an issue (yet) in traffic, finding houses for rent in Vancouver suburbs is not too bad of a proposition.