Rents in Kelowna are about five per cent higher than this time last year, despite the provincial government freeze on rent increases.
Selling out a condo project in Kamloops before it’s built is not all that unusual.
CASTELBUONO, Italy - When my wife and I bought a hectare (about 2.5 acres) of countryside with three buildings on it in the mountains of Sicily four years ago, I didn’t expect – or want – the work to be done quickly. Little did I know it would become what feels like a lifetime of work.
TORONTO - Greater Toronto Area home hunters browsing through property listings will soon notice a change.
High demand for single-family homes throughout Canada has pushed up the average price in the Central Okanagan to $1 million.
The “new normal” in the Okanagan and Kamloops real estate markets is to have multiple buyers bidding on the scant offerings currently available.
A South Okanagan realtor has some advice for those thinking about cashing in on the hot housing market – make sure you have a plan.
This year’s Hometown Heroes Lottery is offering two grand prizes in the Okanagan.
In a bad year for so many industries, real estate seems to be one of the few winners.
A Lower Mainland strata corporation that held onto $2,000 to cover damages to a garage door after the owners sold the townhouse, has been ordered to pay the money back.
If you were banking on what housing market experts said about the real estate last year, you may have lost out. Predicted plummeting prices didn’t pan out and the average home price across Canada rose by 25 per cent.
Real estate prices are going crazy in the Okanagan and Kamloops regions but a buyer may do a double take when they see Royal LePage realtor Andy Sandhu’s recent listing for a property in the Rutland neighbourhood.
A B.C. real estate law firm is on the hook for $75,000 after it gave a Brazilian client shoddy advice about the foreign buyers tax.
Kamloops real estate is hot now and for the foreseeable future.
A spring cleanup and décor refresh have always been able to lift moods. But after this long pandemic winter, there’s special satisfaction in clutter removal, extra joy in being creative, particular pleasure in making a space even more your own.
Forget the websites with their conflicting “last day of frost” calendars or trying to determine what growing zone you live in before planting your garden this spring.