Office staff available Monday to Friday to respond to any office emails.
DFH Shelbourne is the main office and is located approximately 15 minutes from downtown Victoria and within a 20 minute drive of 65% of all Victoria BC Real Estate. 94 Real Estate Agents operate out of this main office as well as support staff. A modern facility, the office is well equipped with the latest computer hardware and several meeting rooms for the discussions and presentations associated with Real Estate transactions.
Victoria is a community of choice for its temperate climate, natural beauty, recreational sites and superior economic opportunities. For almost every citizen, native born or newcomer, the decision to live here is conscious one.
Greater Victoria has attracted people from all over Canada, the United States and other countries. Many of those moving here add to the high level of artistic, technical and professional skills, as well as to the entrepreneurial activity in the city. While the region is a popular retirement centre, many younger people move here each year bringing with them education, energy, skills and funds to invest in local businesses. The region’s strategic location as a gateway to the Pacific Rim, its closeness to US markets, and its many sea and air links have made the area a hub for business development and economic investment.
Population: Approximately 325,000
Victoria is located on the southern tip of Vancouver Island, the largest of BC’s 6,500 islands. It is accessible by air or sea from the mainland and from the US. Ferries carrying passengers, automobiles, trucks and trailers make more than 100 daily crossings to and from the mainland, linking motorists to Vancouver, Seattle, Prince Rupert and Alaska. The network also includes an international airport, helicopter and seaplane services, buses, and passenger train service. When travelling to Victoria and Vancouver Island from the mainland transportation becomes a sightseeing tour through the natural beauty of the West Coast; visitors are accompanied by deep blue seas, rugged coastlines, lush forests, marine life and wildlife, and an archipelago of mountainous islands.
- Visit the Parliament Buildings overlooking Victoria’s inner harbour. The buildings, built in 1893, lined with over 3,300 light bulbs outline the buildings and light up the night sky each evening.
- Take to the streets on one of Victoria’s many downtown walking tours and learn about the rich history of the many heritage buildings, Canada’s oldest China Town and hear stories from the Ross Bay Cemetery.
- Victoria is home to many world-class attractions and destinations including the Royal BC Museum, Beacon Hill Park, the birthplace of artist and author, Emily Carr, Craigdarroch Castle Historic House Museum, Abkhazi Garden and the Maritime Museum of British Columbia.
- Enjoy the various year-round local markets that offer Victorians the very best local and organic produce, preserves, baking, and more.
- Watch a Victoria Royals hockey game as they play on home ice at the Save-On-Foods Memorial Centre.