The Kootenays are home to some spectacular properties, as this Top 10 list proves.by Keith Powell
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A house is more than just a building made of wood or brick, it’s financial stability, peace of mind and most of all it’s your family’s future.by Kimberly Shellborn
A net zero energy home produces as much energy as it consumes.by Kevin Miller
Elk Park Ranch covers 80 hectares within the village of Radium, 36 of which have been reserved for green-space and walking trails and paths.
The sales launch of Nelson Landing's first eight townhomes has been highly anticipated.
Developer announces release of eight homes at new lakefront community
Living in close proximity to a golf course is many a golfer's dream—check out this list of the Top 10 golf course real estate developments in the Kootenays.
Cranbrook's housing market sees a modest increase in demand over 2014.
Modular homes are built off-site and transported to their permanent location, saving money and time.by Kimberly Shellborn
The local Cranbrook, B.C. market has been active in Real Estate for the first 6 months of 2015.by Jason Wheeldon
Montane Fernie has moved on to Stage 3by Kimberly Shellborn
Do not be blindsided by closing costs when purchasing a home—do your homework!by Nicole Lind
Use creative marketing to get people through the door.by Kimberly Shellborn
Creston needs affordable housing for its families.by Kimberly Shellborn
Kitchens generally are the largest renovation project that homeowners will take onby Kimberly Shellborn
Here are some annual maintenance tasks that every homeowner should do to keep things in order.by Kimberly Shellborn
The Montane project will give families an opportunity to learn about and participate in how food goes from farm to table.by Kimberly Shellborn
Talk to a lawyer before you sign anything, including an offer to purchase, says the Canadian Bar Association.by Kimberly Shellborn