Lower Mainland Real Estate

The Lower Mainland covers the southwest corner of British Columbia and contains over 60% of the province’s population - 2,524,113 people as of 2007. The area encompasses the Greater Vancouver urban areas, as well as areas within the Fraser Valley regional district. There are a large number of distinct communities within the Lower Mainland, but some of the main areas we specialize in are listed below.

Find more information about the real estate in different communities in the Lower Mainland:

Vancouver Kitsilano Beach

Kitsilano is an area of Vancouver just across the Burrard Street Bridge and the nearest community to downtown that is not part of the downtown peninsula. It is a vibrant ..read more

Vancouver Gastown Clock

Gastown, originally known as “Gassy's Town”, was established the year Canada became a nation and eventually grew into one of Canada’s largest cities ..read more

False Creek

The Southeast False Creek shoreline where the Olympic and Paralympic Village was located. After the 2010 Winter Games, Southeast False Creek will be a mixed-use community ..read more

Downtown Vancouver

Bordered by the Coast Mountain Range and the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver is recognized as one of the world's most livable cities, with one of the smallest ..read more

West Vancouver

West Vancouver, “The Waterfront Community,” is nestled on the lush south-facing slopes of the Coast Mountains on the North Shore of Burrard Inlet, in British Columbia ..read more

Yaletown Vancouver

Yaletown is an area of Downtown Vancouver that is bordered by False Creek, Robson, and Homer Streets. The area was originally populated by mostly ..read more

Coal Harbour

Coal Harbour is an upscale waterfront area of Downtown Vancouver, bordered by the inlet of the same name, Burrard Street to the east and Stanley Park ..read more