Real Estate, that protects your privacy.

We believe a good sale and/or purchase should both meet your financial goals plus make you FEEL like the best has been done for you. This is your sale, your purchase, your home, if something doesn’t feel right we want to know! plus we are guessing you may not to tell the whole world on social media what you paid or what you sold for. We regularly advertise homes for sale on social media, all day every day and with permission of course, but we will never post about sales (or purchases for that matter). It’s nobodies business but yours. Are we not all on display enough already? Did you know we specialize in Separation and Divorce sales? Don’t be afraid to ask. We have both been there and the process can be harrowing. Discretion is our policy, no signs, no open houses, no local advertising? Yes, we can still sell your home.

We are TOP 5% of Royal LePage agents in BC (Top Tier) for 2016 and 2017, but you won’t find a splash page bragging about it, that was it. Real Estate is not a game to see who can sell the most houses and post the most Facebook pics. This approach diminishes the human element from the equation, making each sale just a “deal” to get done. This is a great life event where mistakes can be financially costly and emotionally costly for years, plus why tell the whole world what you paid and where? In the last twelve months we’ve listed properties from West Vancouver to Hope and everywhere in between. Vancouver, Burnaby, Surrey, Langley, Coquitlam, Pitt Meadows, Maple Ridge, Abbotsford and Chilliwack? No Problem.

Most people understand the expression “the whole is greater than the sum of its parts” and everyone knows when they find just that.  When you hire us to work for you our diverse and complimentary backgrounds bring together a suite of complementary skills unparalleled in our working areas. Johanna comes from a banking and small business background and has completed hundreds of real estate transactions in the last  decade.  Her clients brag that she is persistent, professional and gifted at finding the right homes for people. Clay started his Real Estate career after attending university to be an engineer and then working as an entrepreneur in the construction industry; with 20 years experience in the residential construction markets of the lower mainland this experience is invaluable.  Working together clients see clearly that no details are over-looked nor too small to consider.

If you are selling click here to learn more about the process and how to ensure your property sells quickly and for the highest price possible.

If you are buying click here to discover how to find your next dream home and get it, without overpaying.

Any time you want information on the market or are ready to buy or sell a property – contact us. There is no obligation.

We look forward to learning more about YOU and your needs and goals.


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