November 2020

Found 5 blog entries for November 2020.

Spending New Year’s Eve in the comfort of your own home can be an enjoyable, new experience for the whole family. Check out these fun ways to ring in the new year at home and make it a night to remember. 

1. Make A Memory Board of Your Favourite 2020 Memories

Before the new year starts, it is a great time to reflect on all the amazing moments that happened in 2020. Collect photos, memorabilia, quotes, and anything else that brings a positive memory from the past year. You can create a memory board using a corkboard, a photo frame, or by taping the pieces to your wall.

  

2. Enjoy Your Favourite Activity

New Year’s Eve doesn’t always have to be about the party, instead spend your evening enjoying a family activity. Watch your

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There’s more to house-hunting than just going to a few open houses, although getting to know the market in advance is not a bad idea. Before you become a serious “House Hunter,” there are some important things to consider. Whether this is your first house or you have just sold an existing home and now need to find your next home, this will be a helpful guide to ensure you’re ready. The following tips will make house hunting a smooth process. Well...as smooth as possible.

Team Building: Finding Your Real Estate Help

Now’s the time to start assembling your real estate team. These are the professionals whose expert knowledge will help focus your house hunt, seal the deal, and get you the keys to your first home.  

It’s important to find the

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If I told you that radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless radioactive gas that is the leading cause of lung cancer in non-smokers, would you be shocked? Would you be shocked if I told you that Saskatchewan is a radon “hot spot”? What if I said that radon could be affecting you in your own home? While you may have some prior knowledge about what radon is and how it can affect you, many people are lacking even basic information about this potentially threatening gas! Learn how to protect yourself and your loved ones:

What is Radon?  

As I previously stated, radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless radioactive gas. So how is it formed and why is Saskatchewan a “hot spot”?

Radon is formed naturally when the Uranium in soil and rocks

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We all love Saskatoon, but let’s face it, not everyone feels at home living in the city. While some people thrive off of the hustle and bustle of steady movement and easy access to amenities right outside their doorstep, many others feel much more at home in the quiet of the country. That’s why surrounding towns continue to be a popular choice for those looking at homes for sale!

Here in the Saskatoon region, we are incredibly fortunate to have a wide variety of nearby communities for buyers to choose from—5 of which I’ve highlighted previously here on the blog. However, I would be remiss to simply stop there! All of our surrounding towns have a little something different to offer, and I believe that showcasing those unique qualities is essential

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October 2020 sales 41.45% higher than October 2019!

 

October Update:

October's residential sales of 430 were the same as September's total of 430. They were up 41.55% from October 2019 which saw 304 units sell!

- 175 of the 430 were in the price range between $200,000 - $349,999 (40.7%)

- $200,000 - $299,999 had 105 units sell

- $300,000 - $349,999 had 70 units sell

For more details on these stats, compiled by the Saskatoon REALTORS® Association click here.

What is selling the most; Single Detached? Townhouses? Apartment style condos?

- Of the 430 sales in October, 319 were single detached (74.2%)

 - 56 were Semi Detached (Townhouses, 1/2 duplex)  (13.0%)

- 48 were Apartment style Condos (11.2%)

- The remaining 7

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