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- 1 Mortgage Broker Port Moody, BC
- 2 Get a FREE 30 minute phone consultation
- 3 Mortgage Broker Services Port Moody BC
- 4 Map Of Port Moody BC & Neighbourhoods
- 5 What To Know About Port Moody BC
- 6 Let us help you get qualified today!
- 7 Best mortgage broker Port Moody BC
Port Moody, BC
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Map Of Port Moody BC & Neighbourhoods
What To Know About Port Moody BC
Port Moody, BC is a suburb of Vancouver, BC. It is bordered by Coquitlam on the east and the south and by Burnaby, on the west.
Port Moody is a city in Metro Vancouver, surrounding the east end of Burrard Inlet. Port Moody is part of the Tri-cities region, along with Coquitlam and Port Coquitlam. Port Moody is the smallest of the Tri-Cities.
Port Moody also consists of the villages of Belcarra and Anmore. The Coast Mountains as well, are all to the northwest and north of Port Moody.
Port Moody is named after Richard Clement Moody, the first Lieutenant Governor of the Colony of British Columbia.
Port Moody was established at the end of a trail which connected New Westminster with the Burrard Inlet, originally to defend New Westminster from potential attack from the US.
After 1859 Port Moody began to grow rapidly. This is likely due to land grants to the Royal Engineers.
British Columbia was granted entrance into the confederation in 1871 with the agreement of the construction of a transcontinental railroad.
In 1879, Port Moody was declared the terminus of the Canadian Pacific Railway, and this is what put it on the map.
We here at The Mortgage Specialist, are different. We aren’t a bank, though we do work with many.
Our job is to find our customers the best product at the best rate for them not the supplier. As a broker we have the power to actually get our financial partners to compete for your business.
So if you are moving to Port Moody, refinancing or have other financial needs please look us up and then you’ll know The Mortgage Specialist understands Port Moody.