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In Vancouver, How Much Are The Services For..?
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I live in the Vancouver area in a 2 bedroom apartment so, let me tell you what I pay monthly:Hydro approx $40 (with Terasen)Cable approx $43 (with Shaw)Telephone (basic landline with Telus) $40DSL Internet (with Telus) $35Cellphone (with Rogers, not basic) $43About once a year usually about March I receive a Utilities bill(sewer, recycling, etc) from the city and it was approx $300. If you do purchase a home, you will also pay property taxes once a year if you don't include them on your mortgage payments (but I highly recommend you do) because it can be over a thousand dollars.Grocery shopping can get expensive especially if you have a family. Try cutting the costs by shopping at large wholesale stores like Costco, and buying fresh produce at your local small grocers store.Gas is about $1.07 per litre right now at the pumps. If you can, try and commutte via public transit. Monthly fare cards are now tax deductable. Are you looking to rent or buy an apartment or condo unit? Costs depending on location and age of building starts from about $250,000 + and renting is from $750+ per month. Again, the price depends on location. Check these websites out for housing:_http://vancouver.renting.canada.com/prop…_http://www.canada.com/renting/index.html_http://www.realtylink.org/prop_search/bu…Annual salary I would say at least $40,000 for a single person, and if it's two paycheques because it's a couple living together then you can afford a bit more.Cheers,Petra M, Vancouver
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