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Kul Nijjar

Kaslo has been my home for thirty years. What I loved about this area then remains true today. Life in the Kootenays is about community. The elderly, the young, families, locals and newcomers – everyone knows each other. My story has always been to listen and once I realized that, becoming a real estate matchmaker was my goal. I am here to find you the perfect fit for your new home.
Jumbo Mountain Pass, sunset. Photo: Wild Air Photograpy

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This small mountain town, just west of Canada’s Rocky Mountains, rises up gently from a sandy beach on Kootenay Lake. In a landscape dominated by the dramatic peaks of the Selkirk and Purcell mountain ranges, Kaslo has a safe, village ambience.

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Kaslo

Downtown Kaslo. Photo: Louis Bockner
Grizzly Bear, Lardeau Rover. Photo: Wild Air Photography

This small mountain town, just west of Canada’s Rocky Mountains, rises up gently from a sandy beach on Kootenay Lake. In a landscape dominated by the dramatic peaks of the Selkirk and Purcell mountain ranges, Kaslo has a safe, village ambience.

Serenity is only one of its Kaslo’s aspects. The town is famous for its festivals: May Days, the Logger Sports competition, and the Kaslo Jazz Etc Festival to name just three...

Cabins along Lardeau River. Photo: Wild Air Photography

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For most of us, purchasing or selling real estate is one of the most important decisions we make. It is usually the largest money transaction that takes place in our lives. There are many things to think about and in today’s world there is lots of information available. Some of the first questions you may ask is whether you want to start the process by yourself or engage a Realtor to work with. What are the advantages of working with a Realtor? What are all the costs involved in purchasing a property or selling one? How can I best prepare my property to sell? Where do I start?          

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Howser Towers, Bugaboos. Photo: Wild Air Photography