A picture of the District municipality of Hope.


Lending guidelines for Hope, British Columbia

Our Maximum Loan To Value
2021 Population
Land Area
40.87 Km²
2016 > 2021 Growth

Hope is a municipality located in the Fraser Valley region of British Columbia. The town has a population of 6686 and an area of 40.87 km². Hope is a great place to live, work and raise a family. The town offers a variety of amenities and activities for residents and visitors to enjoy. Hope is a hub for many different highways winding through British Columbia. It is the start of the Coquihalla, to the west it is the start of the Crowsnest Highway and the end of the Fraser Canyon. In 1808 explorer Simon Fraser arrived in the area we now call hope. The area boomed from the Fraser Canyon Gold Rush and the installation of the Fort Hope Trading post. The oldest church to still hold services in the Chris Anglican church, down town hope. It is a national Historic Site of Canada. Before Simon Fraser arrived the Sto-Lo nation lived and the land for thousands of years. In 1782 the smallpox epidemic killed an estimated two-thirds of the population. Today there are four main industries employing the residents of hope. Accommodation and food services, health care and social assistance, retail trade and transportation and warehousing. The largest single employer is Nestle. They package more than 300 million liters of water from Hope aquifers. Annually, Hope holds a chainsaw wood carving competition and exhibitions. Watch in live time as men and women carve traditional totem poles, telling stories of long ago. Originally part of the Kettle Valley Railway, just eat of Hope, tucked away are the Othello Tunnels. They are man made (now decommissioned) old railway tunnels that people can walk through. Enjoy Hope and everything it has to offer!

Tekamar Mortgage Fund will lend on first and second mortgages here. We will consider refinances, debt consolidations, poor credit, purchases and all other products listed on our mortgage products page. We will lend up to 65.0% in the District municipality of Hope.