The Tri-Cities area of BC includes the cities of Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam and Port Moody.
Find out more about the Tri-Cities real estate market and homes for sale in the Tri-Cities area, including the latest MLS listings.
Search Tri-Cities real estate including condos, townhouses and apartments--what ever type of property you are looking for you will find it here. There are some excellent property listings available all over the Tri-Cities area.
You can filter your search by area, price, and property type. Whether it's a luxury New Westminster condo, or a detached townhouse--you will find it listed here.
To get specific Tri-Cities real estate listings for each city just click on a link below:
Port Moody Beauty. You will love this classic, craftsman tudor style, cobalt sky Heritage Woods home. Built by a reputable "Park Lane Homes". Inviting great concept design, open kitchen with island/breakfast bar with access to a beautiful garden patio. Neutral color scheme throughout home. Tandem attached garage & lots of room for storage. Your home blend harmoniously with the natural spectacular setting, quiet, safe, family-oriented community that is close to shopping & trendy Newport Village, recreation centre, Buntzen Lake, White Pine Beach, Hiking Trails, transportation & walking distance to Sycamore Park, Aspenwood & Eagle Mountain Middle School & Heritage Woods High School.
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