When selling a home, many challenges can arise along the way. Wouldn’t it be nice to know that you have a real estate agent that you can rely on and trust to work in your best interests?
At the Eximus Real Estate Team, we do just that. We are experienced in all kinds of markets, and will provide you with stability, value, and results. We go out of our way to keep you informed throughout the sale of your home. And, most importantly, we will be honest with you so that you can make educated decisions.


Well known and well respected, we are a group of dedicated professionals with solid expertise and in-depth knowledge in all areas of real estate, from market analysis to negotiations. We work tirelessly on your behalf to make sure your transaction goes smoothly, negotiating the best possible deal.

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Making the most of a Cedar Landing open house: Part 1

Cedar Landing, our brand-new townhome development in Aldergrove BC, is ready for you! Learn more about making the most of your visit to our presentation centre which is open Tuesday – Friday, 3 – 6 pm, Saturday and Sunday, 1 – 4 pm. Properly preparing yourself for an open house is important. Although we’re available to answer any and all questions you have (and we love doing … [Read More...]


Judge, Jury, and Executioner – Understanding Foreclosures

  Judge, jury, and executioner—a literal term that originated back in the 1600-1700's—is a strong, powerful, and extreme way of saying who is in charge. The judge, jury, and executioner have the ultimate power to rid of whomever they chose. Today as we know this term as a figurative term. It is spoken when we feel as though someone is a dictator, or has a non-democratic … [Read More...]


10 Easy Steps to Understanding Foreclosures & Power of Sales in Court

Here are 10 easy steps to understanding what happens in a Foreclosure or Power of Sale once the offer is accepted and waiting for the court approval. 1) You have a firm deal in place with the lender—deposit has been placed in the Realtors office trust account. 2) The lender requests a court date to approve the sale. Usually the court date is 2-4 weeks after the request … [Read More...]

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