About REBGV | www.rebgv.org

VancouverThe Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver (REBGV) is a member-based association of more than 14,000 REALTORS® who live and work in communities from Whistler to Maple Ridge to Tsawwassen and everywhere in between.

Our members are experts in the real estate profession, including specialties like residential, commercial, investment, industrial, land development, rental property management, and strata management.

The Board advances and promotes the interests of those engaged in the business of real estate. We provide our members with the tools and education they need to give their clients the best possible service. We represent our members’ and the public’s concerns on issues involving legislation and the vitality of our communities at all levels of government. 

Areas covered by Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver

Burnaby, Coquitlam, Maple Ridge, New Westminster, North Vancouver, Pitt Meadows, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Richmond, South Delta, Squamish, Sunshine Coast, Vancouver, West Vancouver, and Whistler.

Governance of the REBGV


Our mission


Good governance allows the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver to operate professionally and productively.


Our mission, values and principles are intended to advance the interest of Greater Vancouver's residents.






Quality matters 


Our history  


In 2016, the REBGV received the Canada Award of Excellence gold certification in Excellence Canada’s new Excellence, Innovation, and Wellness program.


The Board was officially created in 1919 when 10 real estate brokers came together and formed the Vancouver Real Estate Exchange.



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Professional Excellence Award


The Board is a teaching, learning, coaching organization with a can-do attitude. We have confidence in our people to do their jobs well.



This award recognizes one of our members for distinction and excellence in the real estate profession.





Government Relations


Quality of Life  


The Real Estate Board  advocates for the interests of property buyers, sellers and owners.


The goal of the Quality of Life approach is to recommend policies that will enable people to achieve what they value most: jobs, homes and better communities.