General requirements Owner/Operator LMIA (Labour Market Impact Assessment) + Express Entry strategy

For Owner/Operator LMIAs, no advertising or recruitment is required. The key requirement is that the foreign national owns a business in Canada in which he or she owns a controlling interest of more than 50% (Therefore you should have at least 51% ownership or higher).  Other requirements include:   A business plan that shows how […]

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Updated Townhouse in desirable Pandosy Neighbourhood in Kelowna

Great Starter Condo for the First Time Home Buyer Freshly repainted 2 bedroom townhouse in desirable Pandosy Neighbourhood in Kelowna. Affordable Townhouse Features Many Updates! A large patio is facing the Creek.  You can walk to the various beaches, Kelowna City Park and all the shopping on Bernard Avenue.  You can take in a Rockets […]

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What you should know about BC foreclosure procedures

BC FORECLOSURE PROCEDURES Many buyers are not familiar with the BC foreclosure procedures and therefore feel uncomfortable to put in an offer on a foreclosure listing.  I hope the following will provide a better insight in the judicial procedure and why it is important to deal with an experienced realtor who understands foreclosures. The whole […]

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The Kelowna Real Estate Market according to Rom March 2018

Kelowna Real Estate Report March 2018

Is the sky really falling? We now have the first quarter of 2018 under our belt.  We are seeing a very moderate softening of the market. When we compare the Stats of the first quarter of 2018 to the first quarter of 2017 we see prices still rising slightly in the Central Okanagan (Kelowna).  However, […]

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Real Estate Report, February 2018

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New Regulatory and Tax Implications Yet to Be Felt in a Seemingly Typical February Residential Market KELOWNA, B.C. – March 6, 2018 Across the region of Revelstoke to Peachland, residential sales tallied 503 in February, up 12% over January, yet consistent with this time last year, reports the Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board (OMREB). “The […]

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More Millennials From Vancouver Buying Property in Kelowna

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If you’ve even remotely followed the real estate trends of BC in the last decade (and we’re betting more than a few of our readers have) you know Vancouver has become completely unaffordable to most young people. The Millennial Generation, which encompasses most younger people between 15 and 35, is finding it hard to purchase […]

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What Buyers should know about Kelowna Real Estate

I have experienced a lot of buyers in Alberta, Northern BC, Saskatchewan and Manitoba who still think that Kelowna is so expensive, yet you can find a great WATERFRONT resort style condominium in premium downtown Kelowna with the possibility of a boat slip in the low $400’s! How about renting out these condo’s short term […]

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A New Brewery on the Horizon for Kelowna?

Kelowna Brewery for Sale

Kelowna   posted March 3, 2015 by   Cassandra Jeffery Beer lovers, get your tasting palates ready because Kelowna could be the home of a new brewery and tasting room in the north end of the city. On Tuesday evening, Kelowna City Council will mull over a development permit application for a new brewery to […]

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If you bought your very first home in 2014, the Canadian Government wants to give you $750!

This is how the First Time Homebuyer Tax Credit works: The initial costs associated with purchasing a home can be a particular burden for first-time homebuyers especially when added to the money required for a down payment. To assist first-time homebuyers with the costs associated with the purchase of a home, the Government of Canada […]

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