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August 1st, 2009

New Okanagan Listings - July 29, 2009

July 30th, 2009

New listings for July 29, 2009
Fc 10 9845    Eastside Rd        $564,000
105 - 260    Franklyn Rd            $249,900
6505    Langley Crt        $1,380,000
2109 - 325    McIntosh Rd        $243,000
4108 - 325    McIntosh Rd       $253,500
13124    Cliffstone Crt.        $649,900
4109    Gallagher's Parkland        $1,345,000


For more information please contact:

Alexandra Rebagliati

Mac ...

New Kelowna Listings for July 27, 2009

July 30th, 2009

New listings for July 27, 2009
5053    Treadgold Crt        $779,000
13329    McCreight Rd        $675,000
1191    Peak Point Rd        $655,900

For more information on Kelowna real estate please contact:

Alexandra Rebagliati

MacDonald Realty

Associate Broker

Tel: 250.870.2792



New Kelowna Listings for July 23, 2009

July 30th, 2009

New listings for July 23, 2009
1132     Felix Rd        $315,000
454 - 654    Cook Rd        $339,900
212 - 240    McIntosh Rd        $242,000
11 - 570    Sarsons Rd        $799,900
Lot 4     Scroggins Rd        $750,000
Lot 3    Scroggins Rd       $595,000
1676    Mountain Ave       $488,000

For more information, please contact:

Alexandra Rebagliati

MacDonald Realty

Associate Broker

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Todays Rates

July 27th, 2009


Todays Rates...


As your Mortgage Specialist, I have access

to virtually all of Canada leading lenders.

We avoid the lender’s branch systems and

deal at their wholesale level.  This allows

us to guarantee the lowest rates and save

you thousands on your next mortgage


Rates as of Monday April 6, 2009


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Mortgage Matters

July 27th, 2009

Vendor Rebates Must Be Disclosed

(From “Canadian Mortgage Trends”)

If you buy a home and the seller (or developer) rebates you money back on closing, you must disclose this to your lender.

If you don’t, it can be considered mortgage fraud. 

It doesn’t matter if the seller calls it a “rebate,” “renovation credit,” “loan to purchaser” or whatever.

Moreover, you can’t always expect to hid ...

Buying a Recreational Property

July 23rd, 2009
How to Buy Recreational Property as an Investment
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Despite the economic downturn, many Canadians are still dreaming of owning a recreational property, both as a long-term investment and to enjoy with family and friends. Canadians are willing to make sacrifices to own a cottage, and more want to use their cottage, cabin or chalet year-round as a recreational property and, for some, ...

10 Ways to Cut Moving Expenses

July 23rd, 2009
10 Ways to Cut Your Moving Costs
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Moving can be a very chaotic and expensive task, one that needs to be accomplished very carefully. A move carried out in haste can bring about several unnecessary problems. Almost everyone looks for cheap movers. After all, most of us want to save on out of pocket expenses but there are several disadvantages of selecting cheap movers. There are pr ...

Retirement Options

July 23rd, 2009
What Are Your Retirement Living Options?
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Retirement isn’t what it used to be. These days, rather than sitting back and watching the roses grow, more of us want to use the extra time, energy, and any cash released from the sale of a property to travel the world or fulfill some other lifelong ambition.

Today’s retirees want somewhere they can perhaps travel from and entertain. Healt ...

July 2009 Market Watch

July 23rd, 2009
Market Watch - July 2009
National Resale Housing Market Activity Returned to Pre-recession Levels
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National resale housing market activity returned to pre-recession levels in May 2009. The rebound in activity is being led by an increase in transactions in some of the most expensive markets in the country, which is skewing the national average price upward.

According to statistics r ...

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