WELCOME TO GEEN + BYRNE

Jerry Geen+Elya Byrne
Personal Real Estate Corporation               Personal Real Estate Corporation

Geen + Byrne Real Estate team is pleased to share with you GeenByrne.com! Your Central Okanagan source for current, thorough real estate information and listings.

And this is just the beginning...

Professional full time Realtors Jerry Geen and Elya Byrne have spent their careers honing their skills to help you achieve your real estate dreams.

World class marketing, local expertise, masterful negotiations and unparalleled service are just some of the things you can depend on the Geen + Byrne Real Estate Team to deliver.

Realtors Jerry Geen and Elya Byrne, along with their trusted assistant Hedy Walker, look forward to working with you.

With a combined 44 years of experience in the industry, there isn’t much we haven’t seen in terms of transactions. We always enjoy the ever changing component of our business and that is the people we have the pleasure of leading through their respective real estate journeys.

Featured Okanagan Listings & Properties

3 Bedroom(s) + 3 Bathroom + 1955 sqft

307 Whitman Road

$505,000
3 Bedroom(s) + 3 Bathroom + 2659 sqft

1103 Teasdale Road

$2,098,800
3 Bedroom(s) + 1 Bathroom + 1285 sqft

1255 Belgo Road

$2,175,000
5 Bedroom(s) + 2 Bathroom + 2408 sqft

1280 Mountain Avenue,

$549,900

LATEST Market Updates

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Why longer amortization may start trendingOct 23, 2017

by Steve Randall | 23 Oct 2018 | from repmag.ca When the new tighter restrictions on mortgage lending come into effect in just over two months they could spark a new trend – longer

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OSFI releases final B20 guidelinesOct 17, 2017

by The Canadian Press | 17 Oct 2017 | from repmag.ca Canada's banking regulator has published the final changes to its guidelines for residential mortgage underwriting, incl

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Cooling Trend ContinuesOct 13, 2017

Source: Okanagan Mainline Real Estate Board KELOWNA, B.C. – October 4, 2017. Residential sales in the Okanagan region of Peachland to Revelstoke continued a gradual cooli

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