The Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver includes some of the most picturesque scenery and one of the mildest climates in Canada.

 

Mountains, oceans and beaches are available in breathtaking abundance and beauty. The spectacular landscape provides the setting for an array of outdoor adventures – cycling , hiking, camping, kayaking, sailing, golfing, skiing and snowboarding. Where else can you ski in the morning and sail in the afternoon.

Always a favoured destination for sophisticated travellers, the climate is mild and temperate but the region's mountains are equally renowned for their epic snowfalls. That is why the region was chosen to host the Vancouver 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.

From the snowy slopes of Whistler to the urban beat of Vancouver, from the pastoral nature of Pitt Meadows to Steveston, the village by the sea, this area has a much to offer residents and visitors alike.

Burnaby Having first served as a rural agricultural area supplying nearby markets, Burnaby is now a maturing, increasingly integrated community. Coquitlam A dynamic city with a commitment to community-based living.
Maple Ridge/Pitt Meadows A progressive community well-known for its beautiful countryside. It is a community of urban sophistication that retains a sense of rural charm. New Westminster A riverfront esplanade along a series of lagoons provides attractive pedestrian access to a festival market and marine park.
Richmond A growing urban centre with a unique mix of residential and commercial property, agricultural lands, industrial parks, waterways and natural areas. Vancouver Consistently named as one of the world's most liveable cities due in part to its natural beauty, vibrant downtown, and shopping choices.
Squamish This spectacular seaside, mountain community is located at the tip of Howe Sound halfway between Vancouver and Whistler. Sunshine Coast/Gulf Islands If you love the outdoors, artisanal foods, and a diversity of art and music all within welcoming communities, you need to be here.