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 + 2659

1103 Teasdale Road

2 Bedroom(s) + 3 Bathroom + 2628 sqft

#241 5165 Trepanier Bench Road

4 Bedroom(s) + 3 Bathroom + 3515 sqft

5054 Elliott Avenue


LATEST Market Updates


Government Announces Immediate Changes to Property Transfer TaxFeb 23, 2018

From RECBC Budget 2018 announced changes to Property Transfer Tax that come into effect on February 21, 2018, including: Property transfer tax rate on the value o

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B.C. unveils housing plan that raises foreign buyers levy and taxes speculatorsFeb 22, 2018

THE CANADIAN PRESS | Jonathan Hayward | February 20, 2018 | from Financial Post VICTORIA — British Columbia is raising its foreign buyers tax and expanding it to areas

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B.C. budget includes housing, child care plans, hikes to employer, real estate taxesFeb 21, 2018

Dirk Meissner, The Canadian Press | Published Tuesday, February 20, 2018 4:07AM EST | Last Updated Tuesday, February 20, 2018 8:16PM EST VICTORIA -- British Columbia moved to ease the province's housing cri

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