Chris Lambert

REALTOR®

Macdonald Realty Ltd. - Vancouver Downtown

About Chris Lambert

Hi, I’m Chris.

I help people like you to buy, sell, and invest in real estate throughout beautiful British Columbia. I love what I do, and I’d love to help you too.

I'm an experienced and hard working REALTOR® at Macdonald Realty’s office in Downtown Vancouver, and I come from a background as a professional musician where I spent over a decade performing for audiences around the world. My artistic background is complemented by a strong education in business and real estate from BCIT and UBC.

My job as your REALTOR® is to act as your critical thinking partner and support you before, during, and after your real estate transaction. I strive to provide 5-star review worthy service through honesty, loyalty, and hard work.

Maybe you want to buy a home. Maybe you want to sell a home. Or maybe you’re just curious about the Vancouver real estate market. Whatever it is, I’d be happy to chat with you and provide some professional insight. No obligations. No commitments. No high pressure sales tactics. Let me buy you a cup of coffee. Get in touch with me and tell me a little about yourself. I'll take care of the rest.

Latest Blog Posts

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COVID-19 Mortgage Payment Deferrals

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Market Update February 2020

**Click image above to view my February 2020 market update**Vancouver real estate sales are picking up steam as we move towards the busy Spring market. The Real Estate Board of Greater

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Are You Planning to Sell Your Home in 2020?

--The busy Spring market has arrived! We’re facing a shortage of inventory as we deal with the pent up demand from buyers that were sitting on the sidelines through most of 2019. The last

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