Robbie Johal's Real Estate Blog

Open house Saturday March, 3rd 2018 2-4pm, and Sunday March 4th, 2-4pm. 

 

Perfect for couples with a growing family, or those who are just looking for a change. This 6 bedroom 3 bath house is situated on a gorgeous 7268 sqft lot. Large lower level with 2 bedrooms, rec room and bathroom. Very nice covered deck attached to a clean kitchen. Separate 1 bedroom 1 bath suite very close to transit and school makes it easy to commute. Don't miss out! Open house Saturday, March 3rd 2018 2pm-4pm and Sunday March 4, 2pm-4pm. Showings start Thursday March 1

 

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Split entry home in Surrey ready for a growing family. With 3 bedroom and 2 bathrooms over approximately 2375sq/ft this house has a spacious feel. Situated on a big 6049sq/ft corner lot, this well maintained home has a new roof as well as new hot water tank. A big upper level with new kitchen cabinets that opens up to a covered glass deck. Will not last long!

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Perfect for couples with a growing family, or those who are just looking for a change. This 6 bedroom 3 bath house is situated on a gorgeous 7268 lot. Large basement with 2 bedrooms, rec room and bathroom. Very close to transit and school makes it easy to commute. Don't miss out!!

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Bright and warm 3 bedroom 2 bath home at award winning Sunberry Court. Carefully planned from top to bottom this craftsman style town home has been designed for function and form. 1389sq/ft of living space and luxury finishings such as granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and a massive covered deck are just some examples of everything this unit can offer you. Very close to supermarkets and malls this is a home you don't want to miss!! 

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The Robbie Johal annual garage sale is just around the corner, reserve your spot now!

Every summer, Clayton home owners prep their garages and gather their used items to host a garage sale or yard sale and make some extra cash! Now, most homeowners who have ever hosted a Garage Sale will tell you the hardest part is getting exposure. You may have some great items for sale, but if your home doesn’t get enough traffic it won’t sell (sounds a bit like the real estate industry). Well, that’s where the Robbie Johal Annual Community Garage Sale comes in! It’s a massive garage sale in Clayton Heights hosted by homeowners looking to clear out some of their belongings.

Homes that want to participate RSVP to me and I create maps with the locations of homes

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5 Best Ways to Add Curb Appeal to Your Clayton Heights Home

Are you planning on selling your home in Surrey or, more specifically, the Clayton real estate market in the near future? One of the best ways to capture the attention of potential buyers is by improving the exterior features of the home. In other words, adding extra curb value.

Although we're taught as kids to never judge a book by its cover, that's exactly what buyers do when it comes to shopping for houses. If your home doesn't have the appeal that people are looking for, they may skip past it without a second look. Here are 5 easy and affordable ways to add instant curb value to your Clayton home:

1. Tidy Up the Flower Beds

Nothing is more unappealing than a weed-filled, overgrown flowerbed in the front of your home. For potential buyers,

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5 Reasons For Families to Buy a Home in Clayton Surrey

When buying a home in Surrey, there's a certain list of items you are looking for. This list could change depending on your unique situation. For example, young professionals in the workforce could look for homes near their workplace or close to major commuting routes.

For families, there are many things that are definite draws when it comes to choosing a neighbourhood. Things like close proximity to great schools, safe streets, and parks are all important, as are family-oriented community programs. These are the areas where the Clayton neighbourhood sets itself apart from many other Surrey communities as an ideal place for families to live.

Here are 5 great reasons why families should choose to buy a home in Clayton:

1. Clayton is Growing

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TWO BLUE II - This is a fantastic 3 bedroom 3 bathroom unit with over 1450SQFT of living space. Granite countertops, a huge island and rich laminate floors. A huge fenced back yard with cement patio! Situated in a quiet area of the sought after community of Clayton Heights. Heated with FORCED AIR HEATING (NATURAL GAS)!! Built in Vacuum, and powder room on the main floor. OPEN HOUSE JANUARY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 27/28 2pm - 4pm Call now for your private showing.

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This fantastic complex was built by reputable builder Mosaic! 2 bedrooms + Den, 2 bathrooms and over 1359 SQFT of living space. A fantastic open concept kitchen and living space with a large island that can seat 6 + people. The home also has a lower floor den that could easily be situated with doors to make a 3rd bedroom (it has a closet!) The deck of the main living floor is very spacious. This home comes with a single garage and a parking pad that is large enough for your pick up truck. There is street parking out side your front door for guests and your extra vehicles! Updated high end stainless steel appliances included! New carpets! OPEN HOUSE SAT/SUN JAN 27/28 2pm-4pm. Call now for a private viewing.

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Clayton Surrey History

Have you ever wondered when Surrey's Clayton neighbourhood was first discovered by British and American settlers? How about the origin of its name? The short-term and long-term history of Clayton (aka. Clayton Heights) is rich and interesting, and has certainly shaped the current state of affairs within the community, particularly the issue of affordable rental options in the Clayton real estate market. Let's take a look back at the neighbourhood's history and discover how we got to where we are today.

Early History

According to a heritage study by the City of Surrey that also cites an article in The Surrey Leader, Clayton was occupied by the Katzie and Semiahmoo First Nations people until the early 1880s, when American and British settlers

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