Kelowna Real Estate


Real Estate 101: 6 Terms Every Buyer Should Know Buying a house is an incredible achievement for previous homeowners and new homeowners alike. If you’re new to the world of real estate, everything can seem overwhelming and intimidating. However, once the transaction is finalized, the stress is quickly replaced with feelings of relief and accomplishment.  …

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Reasons You Should Hire a REALTOR®: Buying or selling a home is an intimidating process for most people. It can leave you feeling as if you have stepped into unknown territory, rather than taking a walk in the park. It is because of this, that having a Realtor can come in handy. A Realtor is …

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Open houses are an extremely effective sales tool for sellers. Potential buyers might be more inclined to make an offer if they get to see the home for themselves. If you’ve never been to an open house event, you might have a few qualms about the entire procedure. While the primary goal of an open …

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For many Canadians, spring is one of the most anticipated times of the year. The snow and slush are finally behind us, and summer is quickly approaching. What would the spring season be without the return of lush wildlife, sunny days, warmer weather …
Benefits You Can’t Deny Buying and selling real estate is a big decision that can make you feel all the feels. Whether it’s your first home purchase, or you’re selling your family home of 30 years, the significance makes the experience that much more sentimental. Coupling the emotional aspect of real estate with the fact …

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Congratulations – you’ve made the decision to sell your home! All of a sudden, you’re hit with a wave of unknown real estate terms. As a seller, you should have knowledge of commonly used real estate terms related to selling your home. Here’s a handful of terms with which to familiarize yourself!
“Pride of ownership” is a real estate term that is often used to describe certain listings. But what exactly does it mean and how is it achieved? Let’s dive in.
Most seniors downsize to a smaller home after retiring. Unfortunately, the process isn’t as straightforward as some might expect. Dealing with your current home, finding the right place, going through the entire moving process, and adjusting to your new home are just a few of the moving parts that can make downsizing so stressful. If you’re thinking of downsizing your home in Canada, check this out.
It can be challenging to save money and reduce your carbon footprint during the winter months. Luckily, there are plenty of ways that you can spend less on energy bills this season by investing in some simple upgrades before it’s too late. Follow these tips to take control of the energy consumption in your home and stazy cozy, comfortable, and worry free during the cold weather months.
If you have been waiting around for the perfect conditions to sell your home, now is the time! While fall is typically second in line for favourable selling seasons, the market in Kelowna proves advantageous for those looking to list. Here’s why you should hammer down that “For Sale” sign soon.
Now that the spring market is in full swing, and with summer right around the corner, sellers are looking to list their home in the hottest season of the year. However, with listing naturally comes thoughts of upgrades to complete to ensure your home really stands out and gets the attention it deserves. Before diving …

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Kelowna is British Columbia’s new hot-spot for home-buyers. With an unprecedented number of sales to kick off the spring season in March, and many people relocating from all across the country to enjoy the hillside views and life on the water, preparing buyers for the market is essential. Here is everything you need to know about buying a home in Kelowna in this new era. 
Seventy-one per cent of first-time homebuyers in British Columbia expressed feeling worried their down payment would not be enough to get the home they wanted.
Last year, Royal LePage Kelowna REALTORS® had donated part of their commissions to The Royal LePage Shelter Foundation throughout the year, resulting a total of over $2,500 raised to help women and children.
Moving to Kelowna was something people once dreamed up as retirement plans, but has now transformed into a top location for homebuyers everywhere. The popularity of the city has grown and become a popular spot sought out by those looking to ditch the major metropolitan areas and look for something closer to nature, more family friendly, and slightly more remote. This interest is at an all time high, and here is why. 
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