Renée  Kehayas

Renée Kehayas


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Why Downsizing is Beneficial for a Simpler Life

Hi everyone, Renée Kehayas, your friendly neighbourhood REALTOR here with Homelife Benchmark Realty Corp. out of Surrey!


Today, I thought it would be a great idea to touch on downsizing and the benefits of it…


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Date: Saturday, May 20, 2023

Featured Listing in Clayton Heights

Hi everyone, Renée Kehayas, your friendly neighbourhood REALTOR here with Homelife Benchmark Realty Corp. out of Surrey!


Real Estate Sold in under 30 days!

Hi everyone, Renée here, your friendly neighbourhood REALTOR with Homelife Benchmark Realty Corp. in Surrey! 

Fix it? Or leave it “as is”?

When preparing your property for sale, you want to make it as attractive as possible to buyers. After all, the more buyers like what they see, the higher the probability you’ll get good offers. That’s why it’s advisable to clean, declutter, decorate, fix, and improve as much as possible. But, how far should you go with fixing and improving? For example, should you tear down the old deck and build a new one? Or, should you leave it as is? Should you paint the main floor? Or is it okay to leave the faded finish and few wall dents just as they are?

Revisiting Previously Unaffordable Neighbourhoods

Imagine you’d been keeping your eye on a desirable neighbourhood over the years. You had hoped that one day you could buy a home there. But, then you saw prices creeping up — to a point where they became unaffordable. “Oh well,” you’d thought. “I guess we won’t be moving there!” That scenario is familiar to many homeowners. In fact, you too may have been keeping your eye on a neighbourhood you’d love to get into but have decided it’s become too expensive. If that’s so, it might be worth taking a second look.

Black Tie Event

Hello humans,


Say hello to the then 2lb., two-month-old--CRUZ! Cruz is a male Chihuahua-Jack Russell Terrier cross or Jack-Chi for short! (I know the pink blanket fooled you--yes, he is a boy!). Cruz was born October 8, 2021. We decided to call him CRUZ because we wanted an easy name for him, something with one-syllable, and something that would reflect his mexican heritage. He is a real character, he spins for treats and jumps in the air-with all fours off the ground.

Stay tuned, more on Cruz's adventures a little later...


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