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The Holm Stretch June 17, 2022

Chris Holm & Associates

We want you to know that our team is unique in the way we chose to approach real estate here in the North Okanagan.  We are a true real estate co...

We want you to know that our team is unique in the way we chose to approach real estate here in the North Okanagan.  We are a true real estate co...

Jun 17 4 minutes read

Hi There!

June is Pride Month, and each week this month we will explore information and images on inclusivity, diversity, and acceptance

When Did Pride Month Start?

Many credit the Stonewall Riots, which began on June 28, 1969, with the start of the gay rights movement, which we think of as Pride today. On that night, police raided the Stonewall Inn, a gay bar in the Greenwich Village section of New York City. Raids like this were common at the time—LGBTQ people weren't allowed to gather, to dress according to their gender identity or expression, to get married, and so many other things that the rest of society were allowed to do.

The police raid was nothing new, but it was the community's response to the raid that made that night different from the ones before it. The LGBTQ+ community and allies rioted. They fought back when the police became violent. Many people were arrested, but that night was seen as a turning point in the modern LGBTQ+ rights movement.

It was on the one-year anniversary of the start of the Stonewall riots that the very first Pride march took place. It was a more of a protest than a parade, with people marching in the streets. That march has continued in June for more than 50 years afterward.

Stay safe and talk soon

Chris, Patric, Julie, Chandler, Kristi & Brell

In North Okanagan Real Estate

As of the morning of Friday, June 17, 2022, there are 696 properties showing as active listings in the North Okanagan. Last Friday there were 682 properties active.

Sales ranged from $60,000. to $2,450000. and on average properties were active for 35 days before posting as sold. 

Only 7 sales took 14 days or less to firm up. 

Scroll down for our market recap for Vernon, Armstrong, and Coldstream real estate activity in the last 7 days.


Low Sale


New Listings


High Sale


Listings Sold

 Coming Soon

In the pipeline

We are working to generate the marketing assets for the following listings we plan to present next week:

  •  a townhouse in Vernon on 25th Avenue
  • a home in Adventure Bay, Vernon on Bayswater Place and
  • an Armstrong property on Stepney Road.

 Just Listed



 Just Sold



In Case You Missed It

What Else We Are Talking About

What's Happening Now to June 24, 2022



Weekly Real Estate Report

Armstrong BC Real Estate Recap

A look at Armstrong Spallumcheen Market Activity for the last 7 days.

New Listings  Just Sold  Active Listings


New Listings


Listings Sold


Price Up


Price Down

Vernon BC Real Estate Recap

A look at the Vernon market activity in the  last 7 days

New Listings  Just Sold  Active Listings


New Listings


Listings Sold


Price Up


Price Down

Coldstream BC Real Estate Recap

A look Coldstream market activity over the  last 7 days

New Listings  Just Sold  Active Listings


New Listings


Listings Sold


Price Up


Price Down

Would you like to know more about local real estate?

Whether a purchase or sale is in the future (near or far) or you just want to know what's going in real estate anywhere in the Okanagan Shuswap, we'd love to hear from you.

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