Vancouver is the largest city in the Province of British Columbia and the third largest city in Canada. Vancouver is also the most expensive city in the country in terms of real estate values. It's surrounded by water on three sides and is nestled alongside the Coast Mountain Range. The continual increase in Vancouver’s property values is a reflection of its population growth, lower interest rates and the after-effects of the 2010 Winter Olympics announcement. With a continuing strong economic growth forecast into 2007, our province has become a magnet for business capital and talent. As a result, the real estate industry in Greater Vancouver is expected to experience a strong demand and a rising profit in the year of 2007. Thanks ValuesInfo.com for sponsoring this post.