Areas Served


With a combined 26 years of experience in real estate sales and marketing in Maple Ridge, Pitt Meadows, Mission, and the tri-cities, and a combined 33 years in sales and marketing overall, local residents David Maitre and John Carlson are fully-licensed, full-service REALTORS, licensed with One Percent Realty, members in good standing of the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver, happily serving the local community.

Top Rated Investment Towns

According to the Real Estate Investment Network’s that have listed the Top Rated 10 B.C investment towns, the communities of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows are two of the main towns listed. The communities are highly sought after and expected to stay that way as various buyers are in search of nearby family-friendly services and affordable housing options.

The Lower Mainland is known as an ethnically diverse and about 50% of the residents do not speak English as a first language. The cities in the area take a lot of pride that their status remains consistent as one of the best places to live in the world. These areas are known for innovative programs associated with inclusivism, accessibility, sustainability and environmental.

It has been suggested that the people who reside in Lower Mainland B.C are typically polite and friendly. Also, the violent crimes in these areas have decreased by as much as 5% in the last few years.

Many people have chosen communities outside of Vancouver to live in due to the close proximity to the commercial hub that is known as one of the most prosperous economies in Canada. Vancouver is also the home to various industries that include software development, alternative fuels, and biotechnology.

The Electronic Arts has employed over 1000 individuals in the area of Burnaby, which makes it their biggest games studio. The QLT Inc, which is a global biopharmaceutical business, positioned in Vancouver has employed 350 individuals in technology and research fields. There are some career opportunities on offer when you decide to make the move to the Lower Mainland in B.C.

Living in the Lower Mainland is regarded as favourably livable and clean. This is a result of stunning physical surroundings along with the strong environmental policies instituted by the government. The growing population that has doubled in the past 20 years has ended up in an extreme increase in car usage. However, regardless of these peak levels, the majority of the major type pollutants have been decreasing which is thanks to the successful environmental policies in place.

Also, you can take advantage of the variety of public transit options that include ferries, buses, and commuter rail service. You can also benefit from the Sky Train that loops around this city offering frequent and efficient services.

Offering very affordable real estate prices relevant to some other parts of the Lower Mainland, the Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, and Port Moody areas continue to attract residents from around the region and around the world. Infrastructure improvements to Highway 1 and the Cape Horn Interchange have made the commute to and from Vancouver much more manageable, while ongoing improvements to public transit options – in particular the soon-to-be-opened Evergreen Skytrain line – promise to continue to invigorate the region for decades to come.

Truly, this is a place anyone should be proud to call “home”.