A Realtor has the qualifications, experience and commitment needed to make your home sale or purchase a fulfilling experience. Selling or buying a home is a complex procedure that involves large sums of money, very strict legal requirements and has the potential for very costly mistakes.
Buying a home can be very time consuming but it doesn't have to be that way. Call me, I would love to show you ...
Posted by Rachael Gaylard
on May 21, 2013
Home buyers are sometimes drawn to foreclosed properties with the hope of getting a great deal. Foreclosure sales lack some of the consumer protection buyers typically expect, so they must understand the inherent risks, particularly with non-vacant properties. In fact, the risky nature of foreclosures can make them an especially poor choice for first-time home buyers.
Posted by Greg Barteluk
on May 17, 2013
Too funny! A collapse of epic proportions. I must say that it looks good on the "centre of the universe"Thanks Maple Leafs for the excellent entertainment!!
Posted by Bruce Green
on May 14, 2013
APRIL SURVEY SUMMARY Property Type: 25.9% by First Time Buyers (up from 16.2 in March)* 18.6% of purchases were by Move-Up Buyers (down from 24.6% ) 11.8% buying Revenue/Investment Property (up from 10.6%)* 10.5% moving from Single Family Home to Strata Unit (same as March – 10.6%) 5.5% moving into Retirement Home/Seniors Community (down from 7.8%) 4.5% moving from Strata property to Single ...
Posted by David Pusey
on May 14, 2013
FABULOUS EVENING ON FRIDAY, HUGE SUCCESS RAISING OVER $10,000. CENTURY 21 WILL SEND KIDS TO CAMP. JR LAROSE FROM THE BC LIONS WAS GRACIOUS ENOUGH TO STOP IN FOR A VISIT & TO SPEND SOME TIME WITH ALL OF US.
Posted by Nancy Venditello
on May 13, 2013
I had the good fortune to meet BC Lions star Defensive Back J.R. LaRose and draft choice and Vernon native Matt Walker at our office fundraiser for Camp Easter Seals that was held at the Turtle Mountain Vineyards on May 10. All funds raised go to Easter Seals Kidstocamp. It was a great event and a treat to meet these two great Canadian athletes.
Matt Walker (BC Lions), Glenn Szabo (Century 21 ...
Posted by Glenn Szabo
on May 12, 2013
Canadian employment increased by 12,500 in April 2013 and was just shy of market expectations for a 15,000 increase.
The unemployment rate held steady at 7.2% with the labour force little changed.
All gains were in goods-producing sector employment, which rose 24,500, while service-sector jobs were cut back by 12,000 in the month.
After a weak first quarter of 2013 for hiring, April's gain started ...
Posted by Bill Hubbard
on May 10, 2013
We recently listed a commercial building in Vernon that is registered in the Vernon Heritage Register. Not knowing too much about the Register we attended at City Hall and learned that there are monetary incentives available to properties listed in the Register. The first incentive is in place to encourage the restoration and preservation of the exterior of the heritage building and is the Heritage ...
Posted by The Dent Team
on May 8, 2013
Re-post from OMREB
Kelowna, BC – The Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board (OMREB) reported April 2013 sales activity of all MLS® property types improved over the same month last year as the housing market strengthened moving into spring. “Following fairly flat first quarter results province‐wide, during April the Okanagan‐Shuswap market saw a bounce‐up in sales and consumer demand ...
Posted by Charlie Veaudry
on May 7, 2013
(Peachland to Lake Country): During April, overall sales in the Central Zone were up
19.1% to 406 units from 341 in 2012. Year ‐to‐date, unit sales remained the same as for January
through April last year at 1,190 units.
Total residential sales for the month improved 15.6% to 371 units compared to 321 last year. Single family home sales in April jumped 20.7% from 2012 ...
Posted by David Pusey
on May 3, 2013