Tag Archive: REALTOR®

Regina Market is Bananas!

January MLS Stats are out and if we have been talking, you will know that the real estate market is bananas! 223 Sales YTD over 131 last year same time and more importantly is the lack of inventory for the Regina region, down to 4.9 months of supply over 12.5 ...

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What a $1 Million Home Looks Like in Every Provincial Capital

Home prices across Canada see great variance. ...

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SASKATCHEWAN REAL ESTATE STARTS 2021 OFF STRONGER THAN IT HAS IN NINE YEARS

HERE is the link to all the detail. February 03, 2021 For immediate release: Building off the momentum seen in 2020, the Saskatchewan real estate market started 2021 off strong. Across the province, sales were up over 49% from last January (going from 616 to 919), new listings were down ...

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Saskatchewan Real Estate Finishes 2020 on a High

January 06, 2021 For immediate release: Regina-City-and-Region-MEDIA-December-2020 The Saskatchewan real estate market had another strong month and ended 2020 at levels not seen since 2014. Across the province, sales were up over 58% from last December, going from 590 to 935, new listings were up close to 13%, going from 1,005 ...

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SRA PUTTING OPEN HOUSES ON PAUSE IN SASKATCHEWAN UNTIL THE NEW YEAR

For Immediate Release November 18, 2020 The Saskatchewan REALTORS® Association (SRA) announced today that effective immediately, all open houses organized by Saskatchewan REALTORS® across the province are paused until the New Year. Saskatchewan REALTORS® take the safety of Saskatchewan people seriously. We have shown leadership in the past, and we ...

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STRONG CONSUMER CONFIDENCE CONTINUES TO BE A BOON FOR SASKATCHEWAN REAL ESTATE

November 5, 2020 For immediate release   The Saskatchewan real estate market continues to be strong and outperform last year’s market. Across the province, sales were up 38.4% from last October (and up 20.4% year-to-date, going from 987 to 1,366), new listings were up 1.0% (but down 6.6% year-to-date), going ...

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