and open your own location in North Vancouver, BC
The District of North Vancouver is a district municipality and is part of Metro Vancouver. It surrounds the City of North Vancouver on three sides. As of 2016, the District stands as the second wealthiest city in Canada, with neighbouring West Vancouver- also in this marketing territory, the richest. The municipality is largely characterized as being a relatively quiet, affluent suburban hub home to many middle and upper-middle-class families.
Homes in the District generally range from mid-sized family bungalows to very large luxury houses (particularly in the District’s Capilano/Edgemont neighbourhood as well as areas of Upper Lonsdale and Deep Cove). Some developments have popped up across the district in recent years, however the District remains a primarily suburban municipality.
NORTH VANCOUVER is one of seven (7) exclusive marketing areas (franchise territories) identified by TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® in the GVA. The North Vancouver exclusive marketing area also includes the communities of West Vancouver and Horseshoe Bay, and has an overall population of 266,374. Franchise candidates looking for multiple territory development opportunities should consider aligning this opportunity with Vancouver.
North Vancouver boasts a truly diverse economy. It is home to one of the largest commodity ports in the world. North Vancouver also boast a thriving healthcare sector, a successful film industry, an innovative tech and manufacturing sector, and a large base of entrepreneurial, home-based businesses.
North Vancouver possesses a diverse population and is home to a highly skilled workforce. People who choose to live in North Vancouver generally do so because of their love of its unique outdoor lifestyle. As a result, the North Vancouver employee base is talented, knowledgeable and resourceful.
The City of North Vancouver is connected to Vancouver by two highway bridges (the Lion’s Gate Bridge and the Ironworkers Memorial Second Narrows Crossing) and by a passenger ferry, the SeaBus.
The real estate industry is a key economic driver in British Columbia. In 2017 the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) recorded 35,993 homes sales generating $2.4 billion in economic spin-off activity and an estimated 17,600 jobs. The total dollar value of residential sales transacted through the MLS® system in Greater Vancouver totalled $37 billion in 2017. . Year to date residential home sales were 18,378 as at August 2018. Based on the sheer number of homes being listed and sold, the number of people moving from apartment to apartment and condo to condo there is a wealth of opportunity for TWO MEN AND A TRUCK® in North Vancouver and other GVA municipalities.