Gary Bachman

Gary Bachman

Sales Representative
CENTURY 21 Reynard Real Estate Ltd., Brokerage*
  • 807-468-3747
  • 807-468-3747
  • 213 First Street South
    Kenora, ON P9N 1C2
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Welcome to my Website

As a CENTURY 21® Real Estate professional, I am dedicated to providing you with the highest quality service possible. My personal knowledge of the local Real Estate market is combined with the power of the CENTURY 21 brand - the most recognized name in Real Estate today.

Let me assist you in finding your dream home, in a neighbourhood that is right for you, and in the price range you want. Or if you are interested in selling a property, I also have the expertise to help you get the fastest sale possible and at the best price.

I look forward to the opportunity of working for you!

Professional Background

If you are considering SELLING your home, you will want GARY BACHMAN on your team to give you frank and honest advise. 

If you are BUYING Real Estate who better to assist you than a master negotiator.  Gary knows and understands that when buying a home it is one of the most personal and biggest investments that you will make in your life and it should not be taken lightly.

 If you are selling or buying a home, you should hire one of the best.  Why would you call anyone else!

Community Involvement

Gary is a strong believer in giving back to the Community personally and through business.

Ask me how to earn AIR MILES® reward miles when you buy or sell a home through me.

Would you like a FREE market evaluation?

Thinking of buying or selling?  Call me today for a free market evaluation.

Specialties

I mainly specialize in "Recreational Real Estate", and "Condo sales".

Our office specializes in Residential, Commercial, Recreational, Tourist resorts, and appraisal work.

Education

I was licensed in 2003 with the Ontario Real Estate Association. Since then I have continued to keep updated through training courses.

My expertiece and experience in the Kenora Market will help your buying or selling real estate needs.

Courses

CENTURY 21 Global Referral Specialist

Personal Interests

I enjoy travelling, spending time with my family and enjoy time at my cottage on Lake of the Woods.

Water Systems

Water Systems
Most cottages rely on lake drawn water or wells for service and septic systems of one kind or another for wastewater. Buyers should be aware of the regulations and be prepared to ask the right questions. For detailed information, regulations and inspections, contact the Northwestern Health Unit.

Languages

  • English

Cottage Staging Tips

Before you put your cottage on the market, make sure it looks its best to maximize your return. Take some time and consider the following tips to help you sell your cottage faster and for the right price!

  1. Make the space smell nice! Open windows, use air fresheners or bake cookies before showings.
  2. Lake appeal. First impressions are very important so make sure the exterior of your cottage reflects the right look that you are looking for. Paint your cottage. Paint is an inexpensive way to freshen up both the interior and exterior of a cottage. Try to keep colors neutral.

I can help stage your home to maximize its selling potential. Give me a call today.

 

6 Tips for showing your home in Winter

Winter isn’t the most popular season for home sales, but the market is still active in colder months. Follow these simple tips to make your property shine for winter home buyers.

  1. Keep pathways clear
    First impressions are everything, and snow and ice are dangerous hazards. Shovel sidewalks, your driveway and front steps and de-ice them. Ensure that pathways to your home are well lit.
  2. Schedule showings for daylight hours
    Winter daylight hours offer less time for taking advantage of natural light. If you can’t schedule showings during daylight hours, brighten your home with interior lighting. Warning: bright winter sunlight can draw attention to dirty windows – so keep them clean.
  3. Think ‘cozy’
    Turn up the thermostat during showings so visitors will feel the warmth of your home. Create ambience by using features such as gas fireplaces and wood stoves. Accent your home with soft throws, duvets and pillows. Play low, soothing music such as jazz or classical.
  4. Use natural scents
    Avoid scenting your home with products with a chemical odour, such as artificial room fresheners and cleaning solutions. Air out your home and clean or dispose of odour-causing rugs and other fabrics. Employ natural fragrances that feed the imagination and appetite. Examples include freshly baked bread, cookies, cinnamon, apple pie and vanilla.
  5. Ask visitors to remove footwear
    Showing pride in your home suggests to potential buyers that it is clean and properly maintained.
  6. Showcase your winter assets
    Does your home and surrounding green space look picture-perfect in the snowy winter months?  Do the trees in front of your home bare a beautiful view this time of year? Other assets, including proximity to main driving arteries in icy or stormy driving conditions, can also add value to your home

 

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