Kevin Singh Gill


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The bathroom is one of the most-used areas in any home and should be comfortable to spend time in, for all residents of the home. The features that are included in the space will determine its functionality and appeal. When remodeling a bathroom or making improvements, there are a few features to consider to create a setting that you enjoy. As a Lower Mainland real estate agent, I have the opportunity to view many bathrooms

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Maintaining your home regularly

You are residing in your dream home and you intend on protecting your most valuable asset. Owning a home does require constant upkeep.  Consequently, it is important to conduct regular visual inspections of your house.  This will ensure your home will be both a healthy place and a safe place to reside. The easiest way to do that is to conduct seasonal maintenance checks.  By establishing a set routine, the work will be completed more

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Achieving Balance in Buyer/Seller Negotiations

During the home sale process, both the buyer and seller need to protect their interests. In most cases, offers are fair and equitable. Sometimes, however, the offers are less than fair and careful negotiation can bring both parties to a point of satisfaction with the buyer’s offer. The counter-offer is extremely important in this negotiation process. But how can the buyer and seller manage to strike a harmonious agreement that protects both sets of opposing


Pricing Your Home Right In Today’s Market

As a homeowner, you cannot afford to lose money on the sale of your home simply because you did not take the time to price your home according to its true value. Under-pricing will leave you full of regret – and overpricing will leave you with a home that has not sold. Home pricing is a balancing act, because you need to take into consideration not only the true value of the home, but also

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Sell Your Home in a Slowing Market

Any real estate agent can tell you that the best possible selling situation is one in which the home seller has to consider ten different bids, resulting in offers that far exceeding the home’s listing price. Unfortunately, sometimes the housing market is not quite so generous to sellers. Nevertheless, when the housing market takes a dive, it doesn’t mean that the selling price of your home should do the same. Even when the housing market

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Make Your Home Irresistible to Buyers

When selling your home is a priority, you need to realize that an ordinary home with ordinary features is not going to grab potential buyers’ attention. You need to go beyond ordinary and make your home irresistible to every home buyer. Regardless of whether you have owned your home for one year or forty years, you will probably need to make some changes to attract people who are looking to buy a home. You probably


Should You Renovate Before Selling?

Most consumers are tired of receiving mixed advice about prepping their home for sale. Some Realtors may advise you to simply slap on a coat of fresh paint, while others will advise you to replace your kitchen with a more modern and convenient one. With all of this conflicting advice, how are you supposed to know what to do in order to successfully sell your home? Quite honestly, this is really a matter of opinion


Selecting the right agent makes all the difference

First-time home sellers have limited experience working with real estate agents, other than the agent who helped them buy their current home. For this reason, sellers sometimes do not fully understand the role of a listing agent. A listing agent has one primary responsibility: to market your home not to potential buyers, but rather to other Realtors and agents who may have clients interested in homes like yours. Many sellers believe that because the listing


Downsizing Step-by-Step

Downsizing Step-by-Step For empty nesters, downsizing from that 3,500 sq. ft. two-story home in the suburbs is often an appealing idea. A large home usually means large heating and cooling bills, a large yard to mow and weed, lots of bathrooms to clean and sizeable property taxes. Often the proceeds from the sale of your family home will enable you to buy a smaller home with money left over, but even if you don’t end up


What do Millennials Look For When Buying A House

Here are top examples of smart home technologies that millennials look for in a home: Smart, high-fidelity sound systems Music is a crucial element in young people’s lives – whether purely for entertainment or as a means to zone in on that creative, productive flow. Sound systems for the home are nothing new, but modern advancements in audio technologies are extending ways for home users to access their music, not to mention enjoy them with

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