No matter how beautiful your home is, you won’t totally get to enjoy living in it if it was built on the wrong neighborhood. The location where your house stands plays a very important role in being able to live happily and contentedly.
Therefore, you have to exert effort in finding the right neighborhood to build your house in – especially if you are starting a family, or planning to live in this neighborhood for the rest of your life.
You can get in touch with real estate agents to get recommendations on the best neighborhoods to build your house in. They should be able to provide you with different options to choose from.
It’s important that you already have a solid decision on what you want your home to look like. It would be great if you already have a concrete plan before visiting a potential lot to purchase; this is because neighborhoods usually have a set regulation or restriction when it comes to building construction. You have to ensure that the design you want to be achieved for your home will be acceptable and in keeping with the standard of the neighborhood.
Of course, your personal preference will be crucial in choosing a lot, too. Do you want a quiet neighborhood, or would you rather live in a lively one? Would you like to live in a place far from the city? Or would you feel safer if it is near the city? These are just some of the questions to ask yourself.
Find out if the electric lines and plumbing will easily be installed in this lot. Check if you can have an internet connection in this location and if your mobile phone signal is reliable.
Choose a neighborhood where you can still access important establishments such as hospitals or police stations. Or, if you have children, check if there is a reputable school near where your children can go to safely.
Some of the best Vancouver neighbourhoods are Kerrisdale, Shaugnessy and Kits/ Point Grey area. My friend from Rid-Of -It Vancouver Junk Removal has suggested that the Main Street Corridor is also an up and coming great neighbourhood if you want to head east of Vancouver.