Buying Real Estate in Kelowna in 2019

Happy 2019! New year always comes with new resolutions and the inspiration to make the most of what the year has to offer. Whether you’re thinking of moving to Kelowna or relocating within the city, January is a great time to look into buying. And now that the 2019 BC Assessment is available online it’s easy to check what your potential

Merry Christmas from the Nelsons

Among all the meaningful things and people in my life, I cherish my family the most. I can’t think of a better way to spend Christmas and New Year than being surrounded by my loved ones. Remembering the silly things that had happened throughout the year, celebrating our strength as a family, and letting our hearts be filled with holiday

‘Tis the Season of Great Events

Christmas season is upon us and Kelowna neighbourhoods and spirits are getting brighter as the holidays approach. The best part if you’re in Kelowna during the season is enjoying all the local events and activities. Meeting Santa, getting crafty, and marveling at the many talented Okanagan artisans are but a few things that make this time of the year so

6 Tips On Why Sell Your Home in Winter

When we think of selling and buying homes, we often believe that only the warm months of the year are the ideal time to do so. Our Kelowna Life experts will tell you that any season is the right season to sell your home, you just have to know how to prepare and take advantage of it. Warmer weather drives

Kettle Valley: The Heart of the Upper Mission

Located in the Upper Mission, the Village of Kettle Valley is like no other place in Kelowna. Kettle Valley is perfect for homeowners who want to live in a vibrant neighbourhood, have an active lifestyle, enjoy million dollar views, and raise their family in one of Canada’s Best Communities. For over 20 years, the village has been popular among home

Lest We Forget

Each year, on November 11th, we honour veterans who have served in wartime and remember the soldiers who died in military service. Remembrance Day marks an important milestone in the world history. It reminds us of the sacrifices made by individuals, families, and entire countries to end the First World War in 1918 and lay the foundation for modern democracy.

Kelowna Votes

On Saturday, October 20th, we saw voters head to the polls across British Columbia, including Kelowna. In a mere 12 hours Kelowna citizens voted for a Mayor, 8 councillors, and 4 school trustees who will serve the Kelowna community for the next 4-year term. Many of the Council members are already well known to locals and have proven their dedication

Your Vote Matters on October 20th

Politics can be an uncomfortable topic of conversation around the dinner table. It’s controversial and when people have different opinions it can lead to arguments and fights. However, just because something makes you uncomfortable does not mean you should ignore it. One of the biggest problems in current society is that people ignore politics and don’t pay attention to the

The End of Summer is Here

I came across the quote that “August is like the Sunday of summer.” Isn’t this the truth? As soon as Pumpkin Spice lattes hit the coffee shops late August, that familiar Monday feeling creeps up and we all know fall is here. All of a sudden, rain and thunder mixed with beautiful crisp and sunny mornings become as frequent as

5 Things Locals Notice When Summer is Over

It’s the peak of summer. You wake up on a beautiful day and are ready to jump into all the Okanagan summer has to offer. Then it hits you: so are all the out-of-towners. Oh well, it’s only this busy until Labour Day anyway. Now that September has come, here are 5 things locals notice when summer is over. 1.