A picture of the District municipality of Mackenzie.


Lending guidelines for Mackenzie, British Columbia

Our Maximum Loan To Value
2021 Population
Land Area
154.19 KmĀ²
2016 > 2021 Growth

Mackenzie is a municipality in the Fraser-Fort George Regional District in British Columbia, Canada. The population is 3,281 and the municipality covers an area of 154.19 km2. The Hudson's Bay Company arrived in the area in the 1820 and established a successful trading post. The town is one of the few areas of British Columbia that has a settled treaty. After the goldrush movement of the late 1870s, miners began to move north of the Omineca District (north of Mackenzie) in search of riches. The town was established in 1960 by Alexandra Forest Industries and Cattermole Timber. In 1965 clearing started for the town site of McKenzie. The town has always been a forestry town and still is to this day. But there is much more to the area then just timber. Mackenzie is known for it's wild and free nature. Rugged, landscape, mountain trails, fresh air and endless exploring opportunities. Powder King is a fun Ski resort right intown. And it lives up to it's name, Powder King. Runs available for all abilities. Enjoy cross-country ski trails under the fullmoon sky, or curl up next to a cozy fireplace at one of the towns charming hostels and hotels. Mackenzie has a museum, public library, community arts centre, golf and country club, recreation centre, and lastly lots of parks and green spaces within town. Find some great local grub, that will fuel your all day adventures. Bakeries, pubs, family restaurants and more, everyone will have happy tummies. Mackenzie is small but mighty and the community values working together.

Tekamar Mortgage Fund's MIC will lend in the District municipality of Mackenzie.% Depending on borrower strength and property marketability, all of our mortgage products (refinances, purchase, debt consolidation etc.) are available here. You can see them on our mortgage products page. We will lend up to 60.0% in Mackenzie.