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The Importance of Showing your Home Often

Imagine coming across a “Home for Sale” listing on the internet. It’s in a community you’re seriously considering. You and your family are excited. You can hardly wait to view the property and see if it could be your next dream home. Then, there’s a problem. When you contact the agent, she ...

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January Media Release: December Market Stats

RECORD HIGH SALES IN 2021 FOR SASKATCHEWAN January 06, 2022 For immediate release:  Saskatchewan set a housing sales record with 17,387 sales in 2021, a new high which surpassed the previous record in 2007 by 17 per cent. While the pandemic has triggered vast disruptions and challenges for some sectors of the economy, ...

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Take a Walk on the Boardwalk (or Sidewalk)

If you’ve played the game Monopoly, you’ve probably picked up the Chance card that reads, “Take a walk on the Boardwalk. If you pass Go…” That’s good advice when shopping for a new home. When you see a property you like and you’re thinking of making an offer, spend some time ...

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Goal Setting Tips from the Motivational Masters

This is traditionally the time of year in which people set goals for the year ahead. But, unfortunately, most people who set goals – especially New Year’s resolutions – never achieve them. How do you beat the odds? Here is the rundown of what the most popular experts advise. Tony Robbins recommends ...

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December Media Release: November Market Stats

NOVEMBER SALES SOAR AS BUYERS LOOK TO GET IN AHEAD OF POTENTIAL RATE GAINS December 02, 2021 For immediate release: Following a trend of higher sales in 2021 and a slightly slower market pace for the past few months, November recorded sales of 1,361, a new record high for November and over 50 ...

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Things to Check During the Weeks After Moving Day

When you purchase a new home, the most exciting day is closing day. That’s the day you take possession of the property and, in most cases, move in. But the process isn’t necessarily over. There are still some important details to take care of in the weeks and months after ...

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