Serving All of Southern Manitoba

We’re accredited and licensed REALTORS® in the entire province of Manitoba. We specialize in serving buyers and sellers anywhere within the province. Manitoba is home to a diverse range of communities. Below you’ll find a list of some of the most popular. If you’re looking for a specific community not listed, please contact us, we’d love to help!


Manitoba’s untouched natural beauty combined with its urban elegance will leave you captivated. It’s a place where you can both make friends with majestic polar bears and take in the vibrant culture of the capital city: Winnipeg. Whether you’re looking to paddle alongside curious beluga whales or discover unmatched hospitality and friendliness, Manitoba is the perfect combination of home and holiday.

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Be at the centre of it all in one great city! Winnipeg is the perfect combination of city living and a small-town feel. At the heart of Friendly Manitoba, Winnipeg has a population of 750,000, a thriving restaurant scene, and many diverse neighbourhoods: each with its own unique culture. It’s not hard to find fun in this ever-evolving hub.

St. Andrews/Lockport

Located just a short commute from Winnipeg along the Red River, Lockport + St. Andrews has had not only a long-standing and rich history in Manitoba, but it’s also one of the premier fishing locations in the province. Those seeking a refined rural lifestyle will appreciate the picturesque views and waterfront estates developed along River Road in St. Andrews. The Red River System in Manitoba’s Interlake Region, between Lockport and the mouth of Lake Winnipeg, offers easy access for anglers to catch some of the largest channel catfish in the world right from shore.

Beausejour/Brokenhead (Garson/Tyndall)

Any true Manitoban appreciates a good deal, so if you’re looking for a place to call home where your dollars can be stretched to offer you more for less – this might be just the spot for you!

Garson and Tyndall offer newer subdivisions with modern, new construction homes, and a small-town, friendly atmosphere.

Beausejour residents are lucky to have access to a thriving restaurant industry and diverse lifestyle options from small-town living, or large, modern waterfront properties surrounding Glass Lake.
Fun Fact: Every year hundreds gather to take part in The Canadian Power Toboggan Championships: the longest-running snowmobile race in the world.

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Bird’s Hill Park

With access to an 8,300-acre green space just 20 km north of Winnipeg, Birds Hill Provincial Park in Springfield is a retreat and gathering place for urbanites who want a quieter, natural, more peaceful lifestyle. It’s a tranquil spot to cycle and hike (especially the Cedar Bog Trail) or just picnic among the prairie buttercups. The community of Oakbank + surrounding area, located approximately 15 km from Winnipeg, is home to approximately 5000 residents and offers progressive, growing neighbourhoods with all levels of schools, recreation facilities, shopping, restaurants + services.

St. Clements/East Selkirk

The city of Selkirk offers all levels of schools and a large variety of shopping and services. St. Clements is a rural municipality that spans a large geographic region located to the northeast of Winnipeg. Lifestyles in these areas vary from rural estate neighbourhoods, with large modern homes within minutes of urban conveniences, to incredibly private, deeply rural properties and acreages that allow for hobby farms, animals, and recreational activities like hiking, ATV trails, and hunting.
East St. Paul

East St. Paul

Located just northeast of Winnipeg East St. Paul is home to some of Manitoba’s most premier subdivisions, offering large properties, modern homes and an elegant, suburban lifestyle. The municipality offers a wide range of sports and recreational facilities, including baseball diamonds, soccer fields, skating rinks, tennis courts, curling rinks, access to snowmobile trails and boat launches to the Red River. Offering community water and sewer, with a home price median of $575,000 East St. Paul is a natural choice for those looking for a refined, casual lifestyle.

West St. Paul

If your ideal home includes parking for your boat, while being located adjacent to the capital city of Winnipeg, West St.Paul might be the place for you. Residents are attracted to the area for its casual lifestyle, access to the Royal Manitoba Yacht club, dining dockside while listening to live music, larger properties than often available in the City, modern homes, and low taxes. It’s not hard to understand why in recent years, West St Paul has seen an explosion of growth with new subdivisions attracting many professional families who appreciate the easy access to Winnipeg while allowing their families time to enjoy a relaxed, port-side life.

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Eastern Beaches

With soft sand dunes up to 12 meters high and kilometres of inviting, warm sandy beaches, the Eastern Beach area is the ocean of the prairies. Manitoba’s Eastern beaches include Grand Beach, Victoria Beach, Patricia Beach, Hillside Beach + Beconia, all located on Lake Winnipeg. Found at the northernmost end of Highway 59, this string of friendly vacation communities boasts clean, quiet beaches, making it one of Canada’s most popular areas to play and relax.

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Whiteshell/Lac Du Bonnet

Rushing rivers, clear deep lakes, warm sandy beaches, and the fresh scent of jack pine: that’s just the beginning of Whiteshell Provincial Park. The Whiteshell is a four-season park where nature sets the stage for an outdoor experience as civilized, or as wild as you choose. Whether you are looking to explore the woods, working on getting under par, or catching a record-breaking walleye, there’s plenty of reason to find property in the Whiteshell and Lac Du Bonnet area.