Liz Kaiser understands how to get the most out of a property to meet the needs of her clients.
Many are looking for a newly renovated home that is also on a large lot, something that’s hard to come by in Squamish.
“People come to town and they want to park their toys. They want space but they also want a really nice house,” Kaiser says.
“If there was a niche for me, I would say that I really enjoy finding the perfect location and helping people through the process of making it function for them?”
Kaiser is in the process of getting an interior design certificate to help her provide vision and design for the potential of a home. “I find big lots and help turn the houses into homes that work for them,” Kaiser says.
Kaiser’s hyper-local advice also helps her to successfully guide her clients.
“To really understand the way the town moves and breathes, you have to have been here for a little while,” Kaiser says. “It takes really understanding town to really know those nooks and crannies.”
Kaiser has lived in Squamish since her 20s and has raised two children in town. She originally moved to Whistler for a season and met her husband, who was a ski patroller.
Kaiser, also became a ski patroller and decided to stay, worked in emergency management, including managing the ski patrol volunteers for the 2010 Olympics.
She moved into real estate after several years of buying and renovating homes with husband, who has a background in construction.
Kaiser knows all the neighbourhoods in town and can make the best recommendations for her clients based on her knowledge.
She prides herself on her authenticity and helping clients find a property that’s the right fit for them.
“I truly live how most people who come to Squamish want to live. It’s authentic. I’m not just selling it, I’m living it,” Kaiser says.
To work with Liz Kaiser today, visit lizkaiser.com.