Kevin Singh Gill

For Buyer

Why Choose Kevin Singh Gill as your
Buyer's Agent

Proven Results 

100+ Million in Sales Volume

150+ Families served 

5-Star Google Reviews 

Top Rated on Rate-My-Agent 2019

Knowledge is Valuable 

SRS– Sellers Representative Specialists 

CNE– Certified Negotiations Course 

PSC– Pricing Strategy Certified 

Valuable Knowledge, up-to-date on market trends and property values 

Years of Experience

More than 5 years of Real Estate Industry as well as 15+ years of Home Improvement Experience  

Honest, Trustworthy & Reliable services 

Local Expertise – Delta, Surrey, Cloverdale, Langley & Abbotsford

Brand Recognition & Media presence 

Complete Transaction Coordination

Nurturing Lifelong Relationships 

We Will Help You Every Step Of The Way

Buyers Guarantee

Have you ever come across realtor so confident in their service, that they are willing to guarantee you a Successful sale. 

Free Buyer's Consultation

We meet to discover your needs and to uncover what you are really looking for. We discuss the buying process and explore different options on how we can help you find your dream home.

Home Buying Steps

Whether you’re a first time home buyer or an experienced investor, I’m committed to guiding you through the buying process. 

First Time Home Buyers

As a first time home buyer there might be  many important questions in your mind when purchasing a home. Avoid time-consuming and costly mistakes and put my experience to use.

Closing Costs

Closing Costs are the expenses, over and above the price of the property, that buyers  and sellers normally incur to complete a real estate transaction.

Mortgage Calculator

Use our Mortgage  Payment Calculator to discover the estimated amount of your monthly mortgage payments based on the mortgage option you choose. 

Buyers Resources & Market News

Stay up-to-date and get real estate market news, personal real estate advice, personal articles and more.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I really need a Real Estate Agent when buying a home?

There are many reasons why you should have a Real Estate Agent represent your best interests when buying a home.  Attempting to buy a home without a Realtor can really make the home buying process more difficult.  Having a Realtor is always recommended when buying a home. 

What’s the first step of the home buying process?

The Mortgage Pre-Approval. – Unless you are paying cash for a house, you will need to get a mortgage. In order to know how much home you can afford, you will need to get pre-approved for a loan. This is the first-step in the home buying process.

Should I talk to a mortgage borker before looking at homes?

Absolutely, the answer is yes. There is no point going out and looking at homes, and getting your heart set on something you can’t afford. Keep in mind there is a difference between a pre-approval (based on your answers to questions) and a pre-qualification (where they actually check all your information and confirm your qualification). Don’t waste your time looking without know what you can afford, and what you can qualify to borrow

Should I buy or Continue to rent?

Buying a home can be a very solid investment.  This being said, renting can also be a better option for some, depending on the circumstances.  The current interest rates are incredible. There are questions that you should ask yourself before deciding to buy a home.  One of the most important things to consider is the length you plan on staying in a home, if you were to purchase.  If the answer is only a few years, it’s likely the better decision is to continue renting.  Another question to ask yourself is whether you are ready to take on the additional “responsibilities” of owning a home.  When owning a home there will be general home maintenance that should be done, are you ready for that? Buying a home is a great option in many cases, but not always.

Who pays the real estate agent's fees when buying a home?

One reason why buyers ask the question about the need of having a Realtor when buying a home is because they don’t understand who pays the Realtor fees when buying a home.  There are no guarantees, however, in most cases the seller pays the Realtor fees.

If I already own a home, should I buy or sell first?

This is a complicated question and it all depends on many things. To discuss more about your personal situation, you can give us a call to discuss with us. 

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