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 is 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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Giving Buyers a Grand Entrance

The front door is usually the first feature of a house that buyers see and feel. How do you ensure it makes a grand first impression? That’s easy. Put on a fresh coat of paint. Replace worn or faded door handles and locks. Install a brass kick plate at the bottom of the ...

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Inspect Your Walls Before You Sell

Say you’re trying to sell a used car. Imagine that it’s a desirable make and model. The mileage is low. Overall, it’s in great condition… except, that is, for the body. Unfortunately, there are a few areas where the paint is scratched and there are a couple of dents and ...

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Three Lists To Make When Selling Your Home

When you put your property up for sale, you want to make sure that potential buyers get all the information they need on the features of your home and its surrounding area. If, for example, a buyer doesn’t realize there is a great school just a couple of blocks away, ...

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Trash the Trash

In most communities, garbage day isn’t every week. So, if you show your house on day five or six, there’s going to be some accumulation! Here are some things you can do before a viewing to make sure this situation doesn’t trash a potential sale. If possible, make sure all garbage ...

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When Choosing a Fixer-Upper Makes Cents

Some renovations can significantly increase the market value of a home. Others can cost more than you’ll ever get back. So, when choosing a “fixer-upper”, look carefully at the work that needs to be done. General painting, and bathroom or kitchen renovations typically increase the resale value of a house. “Invisible” repairs ...

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Getting your Professional Team Together

When preparing to sell your home, you may need to hire several professionals in addition to your REALTOR®. You may consider a plumber to fix a dripping bathroom shower, a home inspector to make sure there are no “issues”, and an attorney to handle all the legal matters. By hiring the ...

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To Paint or Not to Paint

Painting the outside of your home traditionally takes more time and expense than a comparable area on the inside. You have to deal with ladders, more paint and, of course, the weather. So when preparing your house for sale, you don’t want to do any exterior painting unless it is ...

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Staging the Outside of Your Home

You’re probably familiar with the term “home staging”. It involves cleaning, de-cluttering, reorganizing, and decorating specifically in order to make your home more attractive to potential buyers. Furniture stores do something similar when they “stage” a bedroom suite in a showroom. Most sellers focus their staging efforts on the inside of ...

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Is It A Mountain? Or A Molehill?

There’s an old expression: Don’t make a mountain out of a molehill. It refers, of course, to putting a problem or issue in the right perspective. Some things just aren’t worth worrying that much about – the molehills. However, there are other things that you do need to be concerned ...

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Make Your Home Show Better

It’s no secret in the real estate world that the more attractive your home looks to potential buyers, the more likely it will be to sell quickly and for a good price. So, obviously, you want to do everything you can to ensure your home “shows” well. But before you invest ...

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