WELCOME

 

Hi, I’m Barbara.

Are you buying or selling property in Squamish, Britannia Beach, Furry Creek, or anywhere in between?

From our first meeting to closing day and beyond, I take pride in providing you with expert counsel and responsive service throughout your real estate transaction.

I have lived and raised my family in Squamish for 24 years, sold over 300 homes in the Sea-to-Sky corridor, and won numerous Real Estate awards.

Your real estate investment deserves the expertise of a seasoned Sea-to-Sky Realtor.

I put your success and peace of mind first. Always.

Contact me for exceptional answers to your Real Estate questions and needs.

Phone: 604-892-4428 / Email: barbgloor@telus.net


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