Category Archives for Real Estate News

Monthly Opinion Piece – August 2018

Rom’s Opinion Here’s an opinion of a Broker in the Okanagan that I can very much agree with, so here it is: I was talking to a Realtor the other day and he said, “the market is sure tanking isn’t it?” There is an old joke in our business that Realtors are the last people […]

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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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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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