The cheapest piece of Vancouver real estate currently listed on is priced at $50,000.

It was built in 1993, is located close to the Yaletown marina and comes with an estimated property tax of just $276 a year. And it’s a parking spot.

Ranking the listings on this week from low to high, the "large" single stall on Pacific Boulevard comes up on top.  

The most expensive, as an aside, is a four-bedroom, five-bathroom penthouse condo in the Fairmont Pacific Rim, priced at just under $30 million.  

Fairmont Pacific Rim condo

Also on the list of least expensive is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom condo on Ascot Place, but the new owner would only have a 50 per cent share as per a court order. 

Ascot Place

A 400-square-foot one-bedroom advertised with the words “investor alert” comes in third, listed at $208,000 and located on Hamilton Street. The listing appears to be trying to attract a buyer who would use it as a second property, and strangely mentions, “no Vacant Tax & Speculation Tax or marijuana grow-op to worry about or market R. E./stock market (downturn).

“Come and stay after a game or a night out in town at no charge up to 12 days a year.” 

Hamilton Street

A studio on Harwood Street is priced at $239,000, described as being of “unbelievable value” despite being a leasehold property. It comes with one parking stall and a locker, and the building has recently been renovated. Would-be buyers are required to have a 35 per cent down.  

Harwood Street

Rounding out the top five lowest priced listings is another West End leasehold, listed at $260,000 for a 430-square-foot studio on Burnaby Street. No pets are permitted, but rentals are allowed. 

Burnaby Street