Kelowna Real Estate


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. 
WHAT A YEAR! We are all so happy to see the days getting longer, and finally, Spring is in the air. The last year has been a real challenge for all of us. COVID-19 changed all our lives. However, with the better weather and the arrival of several vaccines, things are looking much brighter. Kelowna …

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When winter weather blows in, our impulse could be to hunker down and hide. However, house hunting in autumn can be to your advantage
  Common Home Buyer Questions By: Peter Borszcz 1. Will this contract force me to buy this home? A contract is a legally enforceable promise. Therefore, you are obliged to carry out its terms if the contract is firm and binding. However, a contract can be “subject to” the performance of other terms (for example, …

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