Recent reports indicated Maple Ridge Real Estate is expected to outperform the rest of the province in the next 3-5 years. New accessibility via bridges opens it up for residents and companies looking for a lower cost location to buy. This is a great time to check out homes, townhomes and condos for sale in Maple Ridge.

Located in the northeastern section of Metro Vancouver, Maple Ridge is British Columbia’s sixth oldest municipality. Over the past 30 years, Maple Ridge has continued to grow rapidly, year after year. Completion of the Golden Ears Bridge and Pitt River Bridge indicate the area will continue to see increased growth in the years ahead. A large majority of the workforce who lives in Maple Ridge commute, so public transportation includes Translink public transit, including buses and the West Coast Express. The main bus exchange is Haney Place Exchange.

School District 42 Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows administers the public schools and the district serves residents of Maple Ridge and neighbouring Pitt Meadows. The district operates 18 elementary schools, 5 secondary schools, an adult learning centre and a community college.

Local art venues include the Arts Centre & Theatre (ACT) and the bandstand in Memorial Peace Park. Maple Ridge also hosts several large festivals and parades throughout the year, including the Rogers Santa Clause Parade, Caribbean Festival and the Jazz & Blues Festival.

As a Surrey Real Estate expert, I can advise you on finding the house that best fits your needs in the Maple Ridge, BC area.

The top 5 towns, as ranked in the Real Estate Investment Network report are:

  1. Surrey
  2. Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows
  3. Kamloops
  4. Abbotsford
  5. Fort St. John

For more information on buying a home in Maple Ridge or about moving to Maple Ridge please contact our professional Sutton WestCoast Estate real estate agents at 778-316-4290.

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