SQUAMISH & SEA-TO-SKY

Badges for certifications and awards earned by Squamish Realtor, Barbara Gloor

192 Stonegate Dr.Furry Creek sold by Barbara Gloor

As a Squamish resident of 22 years, I’m the real estate agent who specializes in the Squamish & Sea to Sky market – and have the reputation for putting you, the client, first.

I take pride in providing expert counsel throughout the entire home-buying process – from the moment of our first meeting, all the way through to closing.  And even after closing, I’ll follow-up with you on occasion to see how you’re doing, and offer our assistance if needed.

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

 

Providing Services to the following Sea-to-Sky Areas:

Garibaldi Higlands / Garibaldi Estates / University Heights / Crumpit Woods/ Brennan Park / Tantalus / The Plateau / Valley Ciff / Hospital Hill / Downtown / Dentville / Brackendale /  Rural Squamish / Britannia Beach / Furry Creek / Whistler / West Vancouver / North Vancouver

If you’re selling start by getting my free assessment of your home’s value by clicking here.

If you’re buying click here to start searching for your dream home in the Sea to Sky or Squamish district. Or, contact me to receive a Squamish area home-buying consultation, or to view a property you’re interested in.

If you’re investing receive a property investing consultation by contacting me directly.

 


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