RE/MAX Presents: WHL Suits Up with don cherry to promote organ donation raises over $265,500
The Western Hockey League, in partnership with RE/MAX, is proud to announce that over $265,500 has been raised through the “RE/MAX Presents: WHL Suits Up with Don Cherry
RE/MAX CHARITY GOLF CLASSIC
OUR ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF CLASSIC IS COMING UP THIS SUMMER aUGUST 16TH, 2018 Save the date!!
New Listing 5243 Staff Crescent, Regina For Sale
Have a look at this spacious bungalow located in Lakeridge in the north end of Regina.
HOW TO REPAIR A SAGGING FENCE GATE
Follow these steps and a sagging fence gate can be restored to its former swing and snap.
READ THIS BEFORE YOU PAINT YOUR FRONT DOOR
So, you’re ready to paint your front door. Whether it’s just a touchup with a favourite hue or an entirely new shade that will grace your entrance, take note of these helpful hints before you pick up your brush.
32 EASY KITCHEN UPGRADES
This collection of step-by-step guides will help transform your kitchen into tip-top shape.
THE MAGIC OF DECORATIVE MOULDING
Decorative moulding is one of the most eye-catching ways to upgrade a room. You’re probably accustomed to seeing standard baseboard moulding installed where your floor meets the wall. But, there are many other types...
WHY VARIABLE-RATE MORTGAGES ARE BECOMING MORE ATTRACTIVE TO CANADIANS
Thinking of taking on or renewing your mortgage? You might want to take a close look at variable-rate mortgages, brokers are advising. Some perceptive homebuyers are already on it.
WHAT'S YOUR MORTGAGE REALLY COSTING YOU?
When you get a mortgage, you know you’re going to have to pay the principal and interest, but there’s more to the picture than it would appear.
SURPRISE SPRING CLEANERS
Vinegar and baking soda aren't the only pantry items you can use in your fight against household dirt. Cleaning with Ketchup? Who would have thought of that?
IS TORONTO'S HOUSING MARKET IN A BUBBLE? NOT QUITE, ANALYST SAYS
The Ontario government is weighing solutions to cool Toronto's red-hot housing market. Despite a recent declaration by Bank of Montreal Chief Economist Douglas Porter that Toronto’s red-hot housing market is indeed in a “bubble,” other economists have been hesitant to use the controversial label to describe the city’s current real estate boom.
Full Story Here
SOLAR PANELS: PROS AND CONS
The cost of installing solar panels on a home has dropped dramatically over the past decade. Is it time for your home to run on sunshine? Here are some pros and cons to consider.
Granite Vs. Quartz: Is One Really Better Than The Other?
There are few design elements that spark heated debate and divide homeowners as much as granite and quartz. Don’t believe me? But is one really better than the other or is it merely a matter of aesthetics?
15 Quick Fixes for Common Home Problems
Have stinky sinks, scratched hardwood floors or temperamental toilets got you at your wits’ end? Get ready to tackle 15 deceptively simple common home improvement problems.
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Sask. Movers, Realtors Keeping Busy Despite Slower Economy
Saskatchewan’s commodity industries have had a rough ride in recent years. Low prices for oil, potash and uranium have impacted major employers like PotashCorp and Cameco. But even amid the difficulties, the latest census data from Statistics Canada shows many Canadians are still choosing to make their homes in the province.
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SELLING YOUR HOME? 4 SIGNS IT’S TIME TO CALL AN AGENT
Thinking of selling your home on your own? Online listing sites may lure you into thinking that the process is simple. Take a few photos, buy a "For Sale" sign and wait for buyers, right? But the process is much more complicated than that. If you're considering selling your home on your own, here are a few sure signs you should call a professional real estate agent.
City hopes to make changes to 13th Avenue
If all goes well at the Feb. 13 budget meeting, residents could see some changes happen to 13th Avenue toward Lewvan Avenue. Several improvements are planned, including adding eastbound and westbound left turn lanes at Lewvan, and the addition of bike lanes.
CMHC to Increase Mortgage Insurance Premiums
OTTAWA, January 17, 2017 - CHMC is increasing its homeowner mortgage loan insurance premiums effective March 17, 2017. For the average CMHC-insured homebuyer, the higher premium will result in an increase of approximately $5 to their monthly mortgage.
THE INTERIOR TRENDS YOU’LL BE LOVING IN 2017
Just splurged on some marble and copper homewares? You may want to stop reading.
While it seems like just yesterday we were celebrating the new year, trend forecasters and designers are already thinking well into 2017 – and there’s a big shake up of interior trends predicted.
Check out the full list here!
CBC News Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan today: coldest place in Canada?
As another day of deep freeze began, Saskatchewan was just about the coldest place in the country. In a rare move, Environment Canada issued extreme cold weather warnings for the entire province. Stony Rapids, in the province's far north, had the lowest temperature in Canada at 7 a.m. CST: –42.9 C. Click here for full article.
Rochester Real Estate Blog
What is a “Flipped” home? A flipped home is one that has been purchased, has been renovated and/or remodeled, and now is listed for sale for a much higher price than what it was purchased for. In many cases flipped homes are purchased by investors who are looking to purchase a home well below market value, fix it up, and sell it quickly for a nice profit. Learn More Here
Regina Home Sales Rebound in May to Highest level in 2016
Home sales in the Regina area were up 16 per cent to 384 in May from 330 in May 2015, representing the highest monthly sales so far in 2016, said the Association of Regina Realtors.
However, the number of homes and condos sold last month was below both the five-year average of 405 and 10-year average of 398. see more here
New Listing! - #301-2237 McIntyre Street
Centre Square location in downtown Regina, top floor, very quiet corner
unit with no adjacent units, perfect for a working professional or
anyone who enjoys being central, close to everything downtown Regina has
to offer. .|
|All photos and information here!|
REDUCED!- 1919 Montreal Street Charming character home close to downtown Regina
. This 2 storey home features original hardwood floors, french doors to a nice sitting/sun room and crystal door knobs. All Photos here!
For Sale By Owner Article
I came across an article written by Wes Hoover regarding For Sale by Owner
Companies. I thought is was well written. Those types of companies that have been slanderous to the Real
Estate Industry are not necessarily "free" or effective. Check it out here!
April 22 - Save the date!
be a supporter of the 10th Annual RE/MAX Children's Miracle Network
Golf Tournament in support of the Children's Miracle Network and
Hospitals Foundation of Saskatchewan. More info here!
April 17, 2015
Have a look to see how Regina's spring market compares to other major cites in Canada Click here!
March 31, 2015
New Listing - 679 Garnet Street
Great Investment Opportunity or First time Buyer $150,000
Everything has been redone, this is a fantastic home for the price! All photos and more information here!
March 29, 2015
Just SOLD2417 Jameson Crescent!
March 1st, 2015
RE/MAX Crown Real Estate - 40th Anniversary Celebration, stay tuned for upcoming event prizes - Story Here!
January 30, 2015
Great New Listing - 2417 Jameson Crescent
Beautiful Varsity Homes built 1869 sqft 2 storey.