Agents explain why they chose Kelowna to work

by Donald Horne on 04 Sep 2015
Real estate agents looking for greener pastures may want to lend an ear to a veteran and a newcomer to one B.C. market.

“The Baby Boomer demographic is looking to settle in to a climate that they can retire or semi-retire into and the Okanagan Valley tends to check all the boxes,” says Brent Pay, a top producer in the Century 21 Kelowna office, an agent who has surpassed the Double Centurion status for several years. “I am fortunate to have one of the largest number ...
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