Moving to Victoria and Need More Local Information?

Are you thinking about moving, or have already start the process to move to Victoria and need more local information? RE/MAX Camosun has access to the local resources you'll need for your move to Victoria. Use this page and the links below to connect you to all the Victoria resources you need to get a clear picture of what it's like to live and commute in Victoria. 

Why Move to Victoria 

Victoria is an incredible place to live. Surrounded by ocean with spectacular views of the mountains, Greater Victoria may possibly be the place to live that has the most view and ocean front properties in all of British Columbia. Flower baskets line the streets, heritage and old English charm are still in tact, festivals, community rallies, a local food culture, and urbanized downtown core add to the liveability and enjoyment of this world-class city. Whether your retiring, starting a tech career, or looking for a place for a lifestyle that includes outdoor recreation and adventure, you will find it in Victoria. 

Real estate in Victoria is a hot commodity and the market offers a variety of housing options to choose from. Our downtown core and communities surrounding downtown have a growing number of condominium developments. Single family homes, many with secondary suites, are available throughout the established neighbourhoods, with new single family home developments springing up in the western communities of Langford, Colwood and Sooke as well as along the Saanich Peninsula.

More Information 

The Victoria Real Estate Board (VREB) will provide you with historic statistics to give you a full picture of the market in the region. Explore the Multi Listing Service (MLS) to see properties currently for sale. Real Estate Victoria also provides you with a weekly list of open houses.

Random Fact: Approximately 3.5 million visitors spend at least a night in Victoria every year. There are another 50,000 visitors who come for a day only – primarily via cruise-ship. 

 

 

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