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New Hazelton

Lending guidelines for New Hazelton, British Columbia

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

New Hazelton is a municipality located in the Kitimat-Stikine Regional District in British Columbia. With a population of 602, it is a great place to call home. The municipality has an area of 24.34 square kilometers. New Hazelton has a history of land ownership quarrels, bank robberies and railway establishment. In 1914 The Grand Trunk Pacific Railway drove the final stake in the ground 180 miles away from New Hazleton. The same day of a historic bank robbery. Hundreds of years ago the the Hagwilget Bridge connected the First Nations Communities and the coastal First Nation Communities via a wooden and wire bridge. There are many attractions to explore in the area of the Hazeltons. River rafting, fishing, hiking, mountain biking - anything you can imagine. Ross Lake is a popular area for anglers, boaters and swimmers and lots of hiking trails available. Blue Lake Trail is a popular 5 km trail to a mountain lake, a shorter 20 min hike will give you a view of the town and Hagwilget Peak Trail is for more experienced hikers and climbers. In the 'Ksan Historical Village, you can see Totem Poles, telling stories of times past from the Gitxan and Wet'suwet'en. Around the area you will find four different camgrounds, some with RV hookups. There is so much history and wilderness to explore in the Hazletons, come check it out for yourself!

Tekamar Mortgage Fund will lend in New Hazelton. We will consider refinances, debt consolidations, poor credit, purchases and all other products listed on our mortgage products page. The most we will lend to in New Hazelton is 65.0%.