Langley is two entities:
The City of Langley (approximate population: 23,000) encircled by the Township of Langley (approximate population: 79,00). Both Langleys are in School District # 35. The area is about a 50 minute car ride southeast of Vancouver in the Fraser Valley. It is bounded by the Fraser River on the north, Surrey to the west, the U.S. border on the south and the city of Abbotsford to the east.
Vancouver is a major hub of international business and culture, and a unique combination of sea, sky and mountains. It is comprised of many vibrant communities, each with it's own distinct personality and numerous exciting attractions to discover and is considered by most to be Canada's finest metropolitan city.
The Greater Vancouver Regional District (GVRD) has a population of 1.9 million and is expected to reach 2.3 million by 2006. The core population is concentrated in Vancouver, Burnaby, Richmond and Surrey, with the balance residing on the North Shore, in North Vancouver & West Vancouver, and along both sides of the Fraser River Valley in Delta, Langley, Abbotsford, New Westminster, Coquitlam and Maple Ridge.
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The average price for a single detached home in Langley was $522.938 in February 2007, up 8.8% from $480,829 in January, and up 22.4% from $427,067 in February 2006.
Townhouses went up 5.1% to $306,480 from $291,718 in January and 20.1% from February 2006.
Apartments were up 3.4% to $216,264 from January's average of $209,140 and way up by 21.3% from $178,304 in February 2006. Whatever price range or lifestyle may interest you, everything you need to know about buying or
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