New property listed in Kelowna
I have listed a new property at 250 Upper Canyon Drive in Kelowna.
Privacy and parking in Wilden! One of the few with a triple garage in the area with tandem single for fourth vehicle. Private backyard. 5 bedroom, 4 bath Rykon built home on .59 acre lot in Wilden with l bedroom self-contained suite with a separate entrance, previously rented for $1700/month. Open concept home featuring 14' vaulted ceilings, custom floor to ceiling fireplace, quartz counter-tops, hardwood floors, 2 of the upper bedrooms have ensuites & walk-in closets. Outdoor living space is ideal for entertaining offering a covered patio, private green space and an outlet for hot-tub. (id:2493)

New property listed in Kelowna
I have listed a new property at 1461 Flemish Street in Kelowna.
4 bedroom rancher with 2 bdrm Legal suite in desirable Glenmore location. Suite is fully finished, nicely appointed and offers a very spacious kitchen & living room plus good-sized bedrooms. Upstairs presently has renovations underway and is waiting for your ideas. Good-sized yard with ample parking, plus a detached garage presently being used as a shop. (id:2493)

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A. MacDonald

Dulcie was terrific to work with when we were looking for a new home in Kelowna. It was a crazy time in the home buying business but we found the perfect home and Dulcie helped us with every little detail so that we felt very confident throughout the process. I would recommend her to anyone who wants peace of mind as they go through the normally stressful process of buying a new home.


Local real estate market sees strong sales despite record-low supply.

Residential real estate across the region from Revelstoke to Eastgate Manning Park and into the South Peace River region finished off the year with record-high sales, reports the Association of Interior REALTORS®.

Residential sales for the entire Association region for December 2021 saw a downtick of 25% over December 2020, clocking in at 654 units sold while still surpassing the previous recorded historical high.

“Even with a typical seasonal slowdown, sales across the region surpassed 2016’s record high,” says the Association of Interior REALTORS® President Kim Heizmann, adding that “the lack of supply continues to be a challenge for buyers as inventory lags behind demand.”

The supply of active residential listings saw a drop of 40% across the Association region compared to the 2,894 active listings during December 2020, with new listings also showing a 24% decrease over December 2020s 695 units.

“The number of active listings continues to fall short of buyer’s demand at historical levels, making it unlikely for buyers to see a softening on prices as we head into the new year,” says Heizmann.

The benchmark price for homes in the Central Okanagan, North Okanagan, South Okanagan and Shuswap/Revelstoke regions closed the year with double-digit percentage increases in year-over-year comparisons across all home categories.

In the South Peace River Region, where benchmark pricing is not available, the average price for single-family homes and mobile homes increased 44.5% and 56.9% respectively.

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Dulcie & Eric

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