Heated Competition in a Sellers’ Market

It is competitive times if you are trying to buy a home today.Not only can Buyers no longer be choosy about their preferred location, terms and offer price…they actually have to compete for the Seller’s attention! How does a Buyer compete for the Seller’s attention you might ask? Consider these tips from our top Agents! [...]

2020 Housing Market in Review

What is fueling this unexpected home-buying craze!? Since the spring of this year, the real estate market has experienced an unexpected buying free for all. Home sales across BC and Canada have risen sharply, dragging average selling prices with them. In May of this year Canada Mortgage & Housing Corporation rocked the industry with their [...]

Slowing Down Before the Holidays

As 2020 comes to a close soon, it provides a time to reflect on our progress throughout the year – as individuals, families, businesses and society at large. Due to all the changes and unpredictability this year, it is no surprise that many people have experienced an increase in stress, anxiety, and overall life changes. [...]

Tips On Working From Home

With the global spread of COVID-19, the novel coronavirus, all Canadians and the world at large are being urged to stay at home. Even major conferences and events such as the Summer Olympics have been cancelled to decrease the risk of infection. Many employers are encouraging or requiring their staff to work from home until [...]

Home Front Update

We at RE/MAX in Summerland, Penticton & Osoyoos hope that you are healthy, safe and comfortable in your home. Home has always had a special meaning to all of us. In light of COVID-19, the importance of shelter (having a home) has been incredibly underscored and at the same time assumed. That is because we [...]

Federal Election 2019

October 21, 2019 Are you trying to decide who to vote for this Federal Election? You most likely have issues near and dear to you. Consider researching each parties position on issues that are important to you and yours. My issue….housing affordability. Call me simple…but I am just going to throw this out there to [...]