November 2019

Found 3 blog entries for November 2019.

Compared to many of the other capital cities across Canada’s provinces, the city of Regina is still downright affordable.

But, if you prefer the quiet of smaller suburban communities, the city of Regina may not be the right choice for you.

Luckily, the stunning Saskatchewan landscape that surrounds Regina is littered with plenty of small communities within an easy commute of the jobs and other conveniences of the city.

Here are 3 such communities located just outside of Regina that you may not have considered.

White City

Located a mere 12 kms east of Regina, White City is a fast growing town with a lot to offer homebuyers. In contrast to the city, lot sizes are a lot more generous and buyers are drawn the wide, gently winding streets,

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What has been happening in the Regina Real Estate Market? Here is a brief look at what happened in October.

 

In the Regina and area MLS® System there were 256 reported sales which is up from 255 reported sales in 2018.  In Regina the 5 year average is 274 sales and the 10 year average is 291 sales.   Regina also saw 482 new listings which is 10.2% lower than the 537 new listings in October of 2018.  As of the end of October there were 1395 active residential listings for sale in Regina. 

 

 

 

We often get asked if we are in a buyer’s market or a seller’s market.  Balanced market conditions will see the ratio of sales to new listings sit around the 40-60% range. Below 40% would be considered a buyer’s market and over 60%…
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the ultimate relocation checklist for moving to regina

Why Is Everyone Moving To Regina?

Saskatchewan's capital, Regina, is a fast-growing city with a lot to offer current and future residents.

Some of the reasons people are moving to Regina include:

Employment: Regina has a robust economy, built on a base of raw-materials and agriculture, Regina is also a centre for entertainment, culture (do Riders fans count?), and education.

Low cost of living: Move to Regina and you can expect to pay some of the lowest rent and sales tax in the country. Houses are similarly priced - fully a third to one quarter the price of what you'll pay for similar properties in Vancouver.

Regina also offers a host of incentives for students (or families with students), like the Graduate Retention Program which

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