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Okay, okay — I know what you're thinking: another realtor writing another boring real estate blog about how to buy or sell a home. (insert eye roll) Well, guess what?! This is not just another real estate blog and I am not just another REALTOR®. That's right! It's 2020 and it's time to kick things up a notch!

For those of you that know me (and hopefully love me), thank you. For those of you who have no idea who I am...well, where have you been all these years? 

Let Me Introduce Myself

Let me introduce myself...I'm Heather Kehoe. I’m a mom to 2 awesome girls, a bonus mom to a fabulous daughter and 2 sons, and a fur-mama to a studly bernedoodle. I’m also a trophy wife to one handsome fella named Kris, a sister, a daughter, a BFF, and one

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When selling your home, the goal is to make it look its best to make a fantastic first impression on potential buyers, similar to getting dressed up for a blind date. And, just like a blind date, that pressure to impress can easily have us feeling self-conscious about each and every detail, wondering exactly what we need to do to get everything in tip top shape. 

If you’re selling your home and find yourself similarly self-conscious and stressed, here’s a handy checklist to keep you confident that you’ve done all you can before every showing.

#1 - Start Outside & Boost Your Curb Appeal

While it’s easy to become fixating on cleaning up all the clutter indoors, it’s important to remember that the very first impression being made on potential

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Laura Balyski is an award-winning REALTOR® with CENTURY 21 Fusion, and has been selling real estate for the last 7 years in Saskatoon. Before working in real estate, she spent 8 years in sales and marketing for the hotel industry. Though she is always busy as a bee working hard for her clients, we managed to grab a moment with her to talk about her passion for real estate and why she would be the perfect fit for helping you and your family find their dream home. 

Can you tell us a little more about yourself?

I was born and raised in Preeceville, Saskatchewan, which is about 3 hours east of Saskatoon. My family owned the local hardware store, and my father instilled the principles of business in me before I was even old enough to drive a car. And

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One of the most common questions I get when working with new clients, especially first time home buyers, is “what’s the difference between a buyer’s market and a seller’s market?” These terms are commonly discussed when talking about real estate and have been particularly sensationalized on television. But while you may know them and have a general understanding of what they mean, the details of what makes these markets actually are may be a little less clear. So, let’s clarify that, shall we?

What is a Seller’s Market?

A seller’s market is when there are more buyers in the market than there are homes for sale. This means the demand for housing is higher than the actual supply of homes available, so sellers are at an advantage. They know that

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You’ve heard it over and over again, “Why are you still renting? You’re just paying someone else’s mortgage!” And, while that’s technically true, making the move from tenant to owner is a huge step, and one that should never be taken lightly! If you think you’re ready to start wading into the water of being a first time home buyer in Saskatoon, here are a few questions to ask before getting started:


1. Am I Financially Ready to Become a First Time Home Buyer?

Just because you’re “paying someone else’s mortgage”, doesn’t necessarily mean you can afford to pay your own just yet! The benefit of tenancy is the option to call it quits after the conditions of your term are met; you can just wipe your hands and walk away. As a homeowner,

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November brings fewer listings, more sales to housing market

Saskatoon — The Saskatoon housing market continued its 2019 trend toward balance last month, as REALTORS® listed fewer but sold more homes than in the previous November, reported the Saskatoon Region Association of REALTORS® (SRAR) Wednesday.

City listings fell 16 per cent to 451 from 534, as sales jumped 20 per cent to 243 from 203. Although the average price was down three per cent, to $333,295 from $343,361, dollar volume rose 16 per cent to $81 million, up from $69.7 million.

Including the surrounding region, new listings were down 12 per cent to 694 from 791, while sales rose eight per cent to 317 from 294 for a dollar volume of $102.3 million, up one per cent from $101.7 million.

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We're a one-stop shop!! From family homes to store fronts, rolling hills to rich farm land - we do it all! Whatever your real estate needs, Century 21 Fusion has got you covered!!

Contact me if you need any assistance with anything residential, farm or commercial! 

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Don’t live in Saskatoon? I can still list your home/cottage and would love to work with you! After all, I’m a small town girl living in the big city. I graduated from Rosetown Central High School and my family still farm northwest of town.


Feel free to contact me at if you want to put your house on the market or want to start searching for your dream home!! 

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