TheHomesTeam
Our mission is to serve you with excellence and produce results exceeding your expectations.    
 

Welcome to The Homes Team


TheHomesTeam responds to the Okanagan Real Estate Market with the highest standard of professionalism in meeting our obligations to our clients and providing result-driven service. 
 

Russ Verhaeghe - Real Estate Sales Representative for over 30 years.

 

 Russ Verhaeghe has distinguished himself by delivering the highest level of service and professionalism to all his clients, whether they were buying or selling, Residential, Lease land or Commercial. He recognizes each buyer or seller brings with them a unique set of needs and he goes above and beyond the call of duty to meet those needs. Client satisfaction is a passion to Russ and his years of expertise ensure success.

Russ has acquired a multitude of awards over the years; most recently, he holds multiple Platinum Awards of Excellence, a Master Sales Award and a President's Gold Award.

The Platinum Award of Excellence is presented by Royal LePage to their top producers.

Over 2 plus decades, Russ has become intimately acquainted with the areas he serves, which include Kelowna, Lake Country, Peachland, Westbank, the West Kelowna and Winfield.

To support his efforts in the Real-estate Market, Russ holds the following designations: B.Sc., e-agent®, Seniors Real Estate Specialist.

Russ has the wisdom and experience that can only come from years in the business, coupled with the energy, enthusiasm and creativity that are the expressed qualifications of top producers.

Revie Verhaeghe - Real Estate Marketing Specialist. 

Revie Verhaeghe is a Professional Marketing Specialist with experience of 30 years in marketing, and 10 years Real Estate experience. She handles the team’s advertising aggressively and creatively, creates sales flyers, brochures and edits their monthly newsletter.

 


REAL ESTATE REPORT, COMPLIMENTS OF THE HOMES TEAM


RENOVATE YOUR KITCHEN FOR LESS
Three easy tips that can make your kitchen feel like new.

     A kitchen renovation can take a major bite out of your budget, but it doesn’t have to. One of the rules of thumb in a home is that small changes can go a long way towards changing the overall feel.


1) Change the faucet: The faucet is the center point of any kitchen. It draws the eye and is one of the most used areas. If your faucet is leaky, broken or permanently stained it reflects badly on the kitchen as a whole. Even if it is functional, an unimaginative faucet can make your kitchen seem ordinary. Choosing a funky new faucet that is bright, innovative and new can give an updated feel.

2) Change the hardware: If the knobs and handles are dated and old, your kitchen has no hope of pulling off that “fresh” look. Brass or dark tarnished metal can make a kitchen look downright dowdy. You might be surprised how much of a difference changing out this hardware makes and for most kitchens it can be done for less than $200. One piece of advice is to bring one knob and handle with you to make sure the new hardware lines up with the old holes.

3) Metallic laminate: This useful material can be used as a backsplash to give the kitchen a modern look in stainless steel, copper or aluminum. If properly sized, they can be easily affixed with panel adhesive. You can even use the stainless steel to attach to the front of appliances to give them that new, trendy look without the cost of replacement.

 

 

 

                                                                      

 

 

 

 

   

 

  


 


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