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Take advantage of good weather to make your home better. With a summer of increased freedom and high temperatures, you may be thinking of outings and exploring instead of your home base. Yet this is an excellent time to tick some important maintenance items off your list. Of course, you need to keep an eye on the air pollution index and wildfires, but it always feels good to get some outstanding projects accomplished while the weather cooperates.
This summer is shaping up to be a furnace! It’s early summer and we’ve already had record-breaking temperatures throughout the Okanagan. And while the hot, sunny weather is welcome in many ways, especially after being locked down, there can be a limit to just how much heat is bearable. Here are a few hot weather hacks to keep you from roasting:
Spring is almost over, which means summer in the Okanagan Valley is just around the corner! But before you head to the beach, you may want to give your home a once over to make sure it’s ready for the hot summer months ahead. To help you prepare, we have made a list with 10 tasks you don’t want to miss out on. Here is your guide to completing indoor and outdoor home maintenance this summer.
The real estate market in the Okanagan continues to race along at near-historic rates, creating a selling climate not seen in more than 30 years. Some homeowners are even selling and renting short-term until the market cools down, just to take advantage of the prices. You may have wondered what your house would fetch on the market – now is a great time to find out. We can help you gauge the price of your home to get an idea of what the value might be.
Covid-19 has certainly dampened our ability to travel and enjoy outdoor activities like we used to. While many people have looked to relocating to smaller communities with large backyards, others are taking to purchasing recreational properties that provide them space and opportunity to enjoy the outdoors to the fullest while making a worthwhile investment in Real Estate. Here is why Kelowna and the Okanagan Valley are the perfect spots to own recreational property in 2021.
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.
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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. 
Maximize your home sale. The temperature is not the only thing rising in the Okanagan. Home sales continue at a near-historic rate, with some homes even going for above the asking price, as bidders drive the prices up. With early spring as the usual peak time for sales, it is paramount to have a Royal Lepage REALTOR® in your corner. We will help you to get the best deal possible.
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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We are all in this together. These creative ideas will help you connect with those in need. As we near the end of winter in the Okanagan, the season has felt longer for many due to lockdowns and restrictions.
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For the first time since 2008 and 2009 media headlines have been saying this may be the best chance for first time buyers, to get into the housing market.