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Whispers that inventory is soon to climb has been motivating sellers to get realistic on price.
A recent client though there was an abundance of matches for her, until she realized just how hot the Kelowna real estate market is.
With a wide range of housing costs, Black Mountain is home to many families of different ages.
Real estate agents’ phones are now ringing with anxious buyers looking to find that perfect suited home for themselves.
Take the plunge into home ownership now and start living the Okanagan dream.
As competitive as the Upper Mission market is, there are deals to be found.
My sister doesn’t simply want to put her children in front of the TV but rather have them interacting with one another.
While inventory is remaining on the low side, potential home buyers are now…finally jumping off the fence to buy.
Over the next few days Mark Ranger and Trevor Tremblay will collect non-perishable items to donate to the Familes Feeding Families program.
The transition from renter to home owner starts with seeking out the support of a real estate agent and mortgage specialist.
I wanted to find ways to step aside from the traditional ways of marketing…
One has to wonder when and if housing market concerns will ever be resolved without the constant reminder that our economy is still at risk.
Home hunters to get back on the phone with their real estate agent, start to compile a list of homes to view before the snow comes.
New regulation are now utilized in all hillside developments in Kelowna.
The traditional slower fall and winter months for real estate activity are now before us.
Looking into some cost-friendly renovations is one way to help you sell your home.
As we are starting to see an increase in sales one has to wonder just for how long this active buyers market will remain in play.
The Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation is nearing its limit for insured mortgages.
Real estate sales were down 17.77 per cent for the year in the Central Okanagan compared to February 2012 and February 2013.
Ceinwen Morgan says upbeat predictions for 2013 housing sales dampened by slow start.