DISCOVER YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD
The Neighborhood is at the core of any Home search.
We understand that where you choose to live is one of the most important factors in buying a home. It’s important to us that you choose an area that best fits your lifestyle and we have carefully curated a neighborhood profile of Lower Mainland neighborhoods.
Every neighborhood is built around an excellent sense of community and offers unique opportunities and rich features. (French Immersion schools, Colleges, Close to Parks, Hiking trails, Biking and so much more).
We show you the Schools, Shopping, Entertainment, Recreation, Parks etc available in the neighborhood to help you determine which neighborhood best suits your needs.
Coquitlam is one of the larger cities in the Lower Mainland of British Columbia, Canada. Mainly suburban, Coquitlam is the sixth-largest city in British Coquitlam, with a population of 139,284 in 2016, and one of the 21 municipalities comprising Metro Vancouver.
New Westminster is the oldest city and the original capital of British Columbia, Canada, and a member municipality of Metro Vancouver.
It was founded by Major-General Richard Moody as the capital of the new-born Colony of British Columbia in 1858, and continued in that role until the Mainland and Island Colonies were merged in 1866, and was the Mainland’s largest city from that year until it was passed in population by Vancouver during the first decade of the 20th century.
Port Coquitlam (/koʊˈkwɪtləm/koh-KWIT-ləm) is a city in British Columbia, Canada. Located 27 km (17 mi) east of Vancouver, it is on the north bank of the confluence of the Fraser River and the Pitt River.
Coquitlam borders it on the north, the Coquitlam River borders it on the west, and the city of Pitt Meadows lies across the Pitt River. Port Coquitlam is almost entirely bisected by Lougheed Highway. Port Coquitlam is often referred to as “PoCo.”
It is Canada’s 88th-largest city by population. Port Coquitlam is not to be confused with the adjacent and larger Coquitlam.
Port Moody is the smallest of the Tri-Cities, bordered by Coquitlam on the east and south, and Burnaby on the west. The villages of Belcarra and Anmore, along with the rugged Coast Mountains, lie to the northwest and north respectively. It is named for Richard Clement Moody, the first Lieutenant-Governor of the Colony of British Columbia.
Vancouver, B.C. is one of the most livable cities in the world, boasting an eclectic mix of cultures. Situated at the foot of the mighty Fraser Valley, Vancouver is home to a plethora of seasonal events, sports and lifestyles. Boasting some of the best skiing and snowboarding in the world, and thousands of miles of forested playground, why wouldn’t you want to live here?!