Finding Self Storage in Vancouver, WA: Top Tips
There are 25 self storage units in Vancouver, WA in a 15 mile radius to choose from with over 25 units available for rent
Using $1.00/sqft as a national average, the average price for a self storage unit is $2.23. This is 123.14% higher with $1.23 net increase in cost per square foot. You'll be paying more in medium to large cities as storage prices are generally higher in densely populated areas.
Choose from multiple self storage facilities in Vancouver including:
If storage near Vancouver, Washington is not close enough to you, you may be interested in the 15 nearby cities including Aloha, Battle Ground, Beaverton, Boring, Brush Prairie, Camas, Clackamas, Cornelius, Damascus, Fairview, Gladstone, Gresham, Hillsboro, King City, Lake Oswego.
We also have specialized storage to choose from in Vancouver. If you require a climate controlled unit where temperature and humidity are important, please check out our Vancouver, WA Climate Controlled Storage, page. If you need to store a boat, car, or RV near Vancouver, WA, please visit our Vancouver, WA Vehicle Storage page.
If you're searching for self storage in Vancouver, there are a few things you should keep in mind. Storage unit prices and availability in Vancouver are determined by many different factors, including real estate, population growth, the wealth of the local population, the current economic climate, and more. In order to give you a better idea of these factors in Vancouver, we pulled in data from the US Census.Self Storage and Moving in Vancouver, WA
Self storage is commonly used as a secure place to store one's belongings when moving into a new home. If there's a high amount of moving activity in Vancouver, that could affect storage unit pricing and availability. A city with a high amount of moving activity should see substantial changes in population, so by looking at population data for Vancouver we can get a better idea of the amount of moving activity. The Vancouver metro area grew from 162,350 persons in 2010 to 169,294 persons in 2014 according to the US Census, an increase of 4.28%.Self Storage and Real Estate in Vancouver, WA
Housing unit occupancy can give us an idea of what the demand is like for living and storage space in Vancouver. If housing occupancy rates in Vancouver are high, it's probably safe to assume that storage facility occupancy rates in Vancouver are also high, which would push unit prices up. According to US Census estimates, 93.8% of housing units in Vancouver are occupied, while the vacancy rate is at 6.2%. That's a lower vacancy rate than the average for cities in the United States, and suggests that storage facility vacancy in Vancouver may also be lower. Low vacancy allows storage facilities to charge higher rent, so a cheap storage unit could be trickier to find in Vancouver than in other cities.