Community Guide

Use the guide below to search homes for sale in Kelowna and surrounding communities. Each of these pages contains the active real estate listings for that area, updated from the REALTORS® Association of Kelowna MLS® System. If you already know which communities you like, be sure to sign up for email alerts of new listings as soon as they hit the market -- it's fast, easy, automatic and FREE!

Kelowna Communities

All of Kelowna's neighborhoods offer different advantages and some will meet your requirements more than others. There are opportunities to live close to Lake Okanagan and enjoy the waterfront, or live on Dilworth Mountain and have amazing views of the lake. If you are sports-minded then living close to The Rutland YMCA or the Kelowna H2O YMCA has many advantages for swimming indoors and great fitness Gyms.

If you know the area you are interested in you can search for all the homes, townhouses, and condos listed for sale in that neighborhood. If you do not know Kelowna this is the website to help you learn about the benefits and advantages of each area and the homes and condos for sale in each area.

Discover which neighborhoods are best suited for your needs and the services that are available in each area such as schools, businesses, facilities, etc. How close are you to the lake and how far are you comfortable driving each day. View a complete list of homes and condos for sale in each area by price range. Need some help …

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Choosing a Kelowna neighborhood

Choosing a neighborhood in a new community can be challenging if you have not been to Kelowna before. We are often asked "What is the best place in Kelowna to live?"  The information and descriptions are here to assist you in determining which neighborhoods meet your needs for work, travel, entertainment and lifestyle. Some of the thing to consider include parking and the distance you are comfortable to travel to-and-from work or school. Everyone is different in their personal preference. Making a list of your priorities is helpful.

  • What is your most important item in a new home?
  • Is this just for you or your family?