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Port Coquitlam, BC
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Dee Hnatko Recognized as one of the

Top 100 RE/MAX Sales Agents in Western Canada 


 Local Tri-Cities Realtor Recognized as Top Realtor in Western Canada

COQUITLAM (Sept. 20, 2013)Dee Hnatko, one of British Columbia’s leading Real Estate Agents for the past 9 years, has recently been recognized by RE/MAX as one of the Top 100 RE/MAX Realtors in Western Canada for the month of July 2013.


“We appreciate the hard work and dedication to your customers,” says Elton Ash, Regional Executive Vice President of RE/MAX of Western Canada. “Sales Associates like yourself add to our image and give meaning to our trademark, RE/MAX. Outstanding Agents. Outstand Results.”


Dee Hnatko is proud to add this to her list of accomplishments including her induction into the "RE/MAX Hall of Fame" and nomination as an "MLS Medallion Club" Realtor (Top 10% of Realtors in the Vancouver Real Estate Board). Dee is also a yearly winner of the "RE/MAX 100% Club" which is awarded to sales representatives who exceeded four million dollars in sales volume within one year.


Combining her background in Interior Decorating and Real Estate, Dee Hnatko provides her clients with the knowledge and expertise to assure an easy and stress free Real Estate transaction. Whether her clients are First Time Home Buyers or relocating within the Vancouver or Tri-City area, Dee Hnatko can find her clients the home that they will love – and all within the price they desire.


If you know anyone that is Buying or Selling Real Estate in the Tri-Cities area tell them to give Dee Hnatko a call and remember, when you work with Dee - You Better Get Packing®




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Handy Tips to Make Life Easier - Dee Hnatko - BlogIt's always great to come across a bit of information that might prove to be useful in the future.


With that in mind, here are four helpful tips that could very well come in handy when trying to solve an unexpected household dilemma:


Pillow Primer: If your feather pillows seem too bunched up or matted, toss them in an automatic clothes dryer for a tumble that will give them a fluffing up. (Make sure there are no tears in the fabric).


Crayon Cleaning: If you have wax crayon markings on your wall, apply a little heat with a blow-dryer to soften the compound. This will make it easier to wipe clean with mineral spirits or rubbing alcohol. (Be sure to test in an inconspicuous area before wiping finished surfaces).


Glass Act: When cleaning up broken glass, use a fresh piece of bread to gather up, and hold onto, tiny shards that are often hard to pick up with a wet cloth.


Animal Fleas: Believe it or not, Dawn Dishwashing Liquid kills fleas instantly. Add a few drops to your dog's bath and shampoo the animal thoroughly. Rinse well to avoid skin irritations and say "Good-Bye" to those pesky fleas.


Do you have any handy tips that make life easier? Feel free to share in the comments section below!


- Dee Hnatko

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Home Bars Are Making A Comeback

The days of the old "recreation room" bar may be gone, but home bars are as popular as ever. No longer highly visible with tall stools surrounding a focal point in the corner where plumbing was accessible, bars can now be located almost anywhere. This is largely due to building codes that reflect more accommodating materials and kits, such as drop ceilings, floating floors, and easy to install plumbing and electrical connections. 

Now modern bars are able to blend in as complementary components of larger entertainment centers, keeping sightlines clear for viewing big screens from every corner. So, if you're planning a home theater area in your home, you might want to consider making it more functional by adding a small bar area with a sink, an insulated ice chest, and a blender. It is sure to contribute to more functional use of your enhanced living space.


- Dee Hnatko

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Your home's entranceway serves a number of important purposes by providing everything from front-door security to welcoming hospitality. It even has the function of helping you, your family and your guests get organized during arrival and departure. So it's worth asking how your front entrance might better accommodate both your practical and aesthetic needs.

For example, if your foyer floor is difficult to keep clean or is easily stained, consider replacing it with wall-to-wall ceramic or glazed clay tile. If your entrance area is small, you can add an illusion of space by installing mirrors on two sides, either on full-length closet doors or at eye level. Accent the mirrors wth strategically placed lighting. Limited closet storage can be expanded with custom shelving or possibly by removing closet doors to accommodate a bench and a coat tree. For more efficiency, and a statement of grandeur, add a tall antique foyer chair, complete with hooks, an umbrella rack and a built-inn hall mirror. 

Sometimes it only takes a little imagination to give you and your guests a more welcoming impression.

- Dee Hnatko

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Kitchen renovations tend to be the biggest, most complicated home makeover projects, mainly because the kitchen is the most frequented and most multifunctional room in modern homes. But sometimes a kitchen makeover can be achieved with some simple cosmetic changes, rather than a complete redesign of the actual floor plan.

Beyond the obvious change of the colour scheme, the next makeover level involves replacing cabinet hardware. Remove a set of hinges, knobs and/or pulls to identify the type of screw/bolt settings that will be needed. Then, choose from the many options available at home building centers of specialty knob stores. Similarily, consider a new faucet and sink, or a refinished countertop and/or tile backsplash, which will contribute to a dramatic change. You may want to consider replacing or refinishing the drawer and cupboard facings as well, although this change may require a professionals help.

Improved lighting is another important way to change a kitchen's look and functionality. However, general overhead lighting, strategic task lighting and ambient mood lighting could involve rewiring. Finally, replacing the flooring will result in a significant change to any kitchen. Choices range from recycled cork to indestructible granite, but remember to consider not only appearance but practicality.

- Dee Hnatko
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