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Vancouver, Washington, is one of the larger cities in the state, and it’s also one of the most popular. In 2005, the city was named to Money Magazine’s list of top 100 places to live, and the population continues to increase. The LGBT population of Vancouver may not be as large as nearby Seattle, but there are still a good number of gays and lesbians in the city. If you’re moving to Vancouver and are looking for a gay neighborhood in which to live, you have a couple of great choices.
Arnada is an older neighborhood with an eclectic mixture of homes. There are a number of artists in this area, so it’s very laid back and kind of on the hipster side. There aren’t a lot of condos for sale in Arnada, nor single family homes. Generally, people who find real estate in Arnada stay there for quite some time. When homes are available, however, they may be priced around $105,000.
Then there’s Salmon Creek. This diverse suburb of Vancouver is situated on the northern part of the city, but it still has quick access to both downtown Vancouver and nearby Portland, Oregon. Condos in Salmon Creek are fairly inexpensive, ranging from $92,000 to around $110,000. Single family homes are priced around $295,000.