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Welcome to #27 - 207 Keevil Way in University Heights, Saskatoon, SK


Welcome to #27 - 207 Keevil Way in University Heights, Saskatoon, SK

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Welcome to #27 - 207 Keevil Way, a well maintained two bedroom townhome in the desirable University Heights neighbourhood. From this location, you’ll be close to shopping, restaurants, parks and schools, and you’ll also have easy access to the University of Saskatchewan, as well as all the amenities in Brighton. The main floor offers open concept living that combines the living room, dining nook and kitchen. The bright kitchen provides plenty of cabinets and has a moveable island. Patio doors take you to a deck which is perfect for morning coffees. Also on this floor is a two piece powder room. Upstairs, you’ll find two good sized bedrooms. The master bedroom has a walk in closet and direct access to the main bathroom. The second bedroom has an oversized closet for extra storage. There is a linen closet on this floor as well. The basement is fully finished and has a large family room, and the laundry/utility room. This home is complete with an attached single insulated garage with direct access and central air conditioning. This home would be perfect for first time home buyers, people looking to downsize, or University students…come take a look today, this one won’t last long.

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Welcome to 117 Sycamore Drive in Sunset Estates
 


Welcome to 117 Sycamore Drive in Sunset Estates

 
 
This well kept mobile home at Sunset Estates sits on a large leased lot. Sunset Estates is a manufactured home community east of Saskatoon and has a community centre, stores, baseball diamonds and a skating rink. You’ll be close to all the amenities Saskatoon has to offer, but far enough away to enjoy the small town feel of a rural community. Upon entering the home, there is a spacious living room, drenched in natural light from the large windows. The dining room has a built-in cabinet perfect for storing extra dishes or pantry items. The kitchen offers plenty of cupboard and counter space without making it feel cramped. The fridge, stove and built-in dishwasher are included. Down the hall you’ll find three good sized bedrooms, a four-piece bathroom with a deep soaker style tub, and the laundry facilities. Outside, there’s a fully fenced backyard with a generous lawn space, raspberry bushes, a deck, firepit and large storage shed. The gravel driveway is big enough for two vehicles. The home is equipped with central A/C. Photos were taken before some painting was completed and may show differently.
 
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Welcome to #302 - 2007 Pohorecky Crescent in Evergreen, Saskatoon, SK
 


Welcome to #302 - 2007 Pohorecky Crescent in Evergreen, Saskatoon, SK

 
 
Welcome to #302 - 2007 Pohorecky Crescent, a three bedroom, two bathroom townhouse in the Douglas Pointe community in Evergreen. Offering an outstanding location, you’ll be close to restaurants, shopping schools, and walking paths and parks, including the Natural Grasslands. Upon entering the home, you’ll notice the stunning finishes including stainless steel railings, modern lighting and gleaming maple hardwood floors throughout the main floor and walnut doors and trim. The kitchen has New York style cabinetry, an island with breakfast bar and stainless steel appliances, it is open to the living room providing open concept living. Also, on this floor is a two piece powder room. Upstairs, you’ll find three good sized bedrooms, including the primary bedroom with walk-in closet which has its own entrance to the four piece bathroom. The basement is unfinished, and ready for you to make it your own. The laundry facilities and utility room are on the lower level. There is a single car garage with direct entry to the home. This home offers central air conditioning and a roughed in central vac system.
 
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Welcome to 334 St Laurent Crescent in Confederation Park, Saskatoon, SK
 

Welcome to 334 St Laurent Crescent in Confederation Park, Saskatoon, SK

 
 
Welcome to 334 St Laurent Crescent on a quiet street in the Confederation Park neighborhood. From this location, you’ll be close to two elementary schools, parks, and a host of amenities including restaurants, shopping, and recreational facilities. Featuring three bedrooms and two bathrooms, this 864 sqft bungalow would make a perfect starter home or revenue property! The kitchen has plenty of cabinetry and countertop space. All the appliances are included. A pass-through window opens up to living room, which also has laminate flooring. The three bedrooms are all on this floor, as well as a four piece main bathroom. The basement is fully developed with a large family room, den/office and a two piece bathroom. Also on this lower level is the laundry/storage room. Outside, you’ll find a large, fully fenced backyard and a single detached garage. This is a great bungalow for a great price, come take a look today, you won’t be disappointed!
 
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Welcome to #205 - 610 Hilliard Street W in Exhibitions, Saskatoon, SK
 

Welcome to #205 - 610 Hilliard Street W in Exhibitions, Saskatoon, SK

 
 
Welcome to #205 - 610 Hilliard St West, a great condo nestled in the heart of the Exhibition area, in Buena Vista Villas, where you’re just a few blocks from the river, Diefenbaker Park, and Prairieland. Get on the bus at the stop across the street or hop in the car, and you can be in most places in Saskatoon, within 10 or 15 minutes. This second floor condo features an open concept living space that combines the kitchen, dining room and living room into one bright room. Patio doors provide you access to your large covered balcony where you can enjoy the great Saskatchewan summers. The large master bedroom features a walk through closet to a 4-piece bathroom. The second bedroom could be used for a roommate, or as a guest bedroom, changing room or even an office space for your home based business or remote work. Some other features include: in-suite laundry, a dedicated parking stall, storage an elevator, social games room, fitness room and sauna. This condo would be perfect if you’re a first time home owner, property investor, attending the post secondary school, or you’re looking to downsize. Come take a look today.
 
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Welcome to #601 - 430 5th Avenue North, in City Park, Saskatoon, SK
 

Welcome to #601 - 430 5th Avenue North, in City Park, Saskatoon, SK

 
 
Welcome to #601 - 430 5th Avenue North, a spacious two bedroom condo with a gorgeous view of Kinsmen Park in the ‘Park Avenue’ building. Living in City Park allows you easy access to all the amenities of the downtown area, including retail and restaurants, as well as close proximity to the amazing Meewasin Valley trail system, City Hospital, Royal University Hospital and the University of Saskatchewan campus. This condo features a large primary bedroom with walk-in closet plus a second bedroom that could be easily used as an office or guest bedroom. Large windows provide tons of natural light and spectacular views of the park and river valley. A patio door takes you to an oversized balcony where you can enjoy your morning coffee. There is a good sized kitchen with newer white appliances included, as well as convenient in-suite laundry. Building amenities include a newer elevator, a heated pool and jetted spa, a rec room with pool table & shuffleboard, as well as his/her saunas. This condo includes one exclusive use surface stall. Come check out this great condo today!
 
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Canadian Home Prices See Sudden End to Declines in Advance of Spring Market: CREA

The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) recently released national sales statistics for February 2024.

Canadian home prices as measured by the seasonally adjusted Aggregate Composite MLS® Home Price Index (HPI) were flat on a month-over-month basis in February 2024, ending a streak of five declines that began last fall, according to the latest data from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).

The fact that prices were unchanged from January to February was noteworthy given they had dropped 1.3% from December to January. Considering how stable the seasonally adjusted MLS® HPI tends to be, shifts this abrupt are exceedingly rare.“The market has been showing some early signs of life over the last couple of months, probably no surprise given how much pent-up demand is out there,” said Larry Cerqua, Chair of CREA. “There’s a consensus that the market will probably look quite a bit different this year compared to 2022 and 2023, so if you’re hoping to buy or sell a property in 2024, contact a REALTOR® in your area and get your game plan ready today,” continued Cerqua.

“It’s looking like February may end up being the last relatively uneventful month of the year as far as the 2024 housing story goes,” said Shaun Cathcart, CREA’s Senior Economist. “With so much demand having piled up on the sidelines, the story will likely be less about the exact timing of interest rate cuts and more about how many homes come up for sale this year.”

Highlights of this report:

  • National home sales dipped 3.1% month-over-month in February.

  • Actual (not seasonally adjusted) monthly activity came in 19.7% above February 2023.

  • The number of newly listed properties edged up 1.6% month-over-month.

  • The MLS® Home Price Index (HPI) was flat month-over-month and was up 0.8% year-over-year.

  • The actual (not seasonally adjusted) national average sale price posted a 3.5% year-over-year increase in February.

 Read the recently released national sales statistics for February of 2024.

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I’m always happy to answer your Saskatoon real estate questions.  Reach out by voice or text at 306-900-4161 or email me at norm at teamfisher.com

Norm Fisher

Royal LePage Saskatoon Real Estate


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Strong sales and rising demand push inventory to their lowest levels since February 2006:SRA

Saskatoon home sales exploded in February, climbing to 309, up 64 units from January and ahead by 56 units when compared to sales for the same month last year. This, despite continuing struggles with low inventory which reached their lowest levels for any February since 2006.

The number of single-family homes to trade hands grew to 178 for a monthly increase of 28 and an annual gain of 32. Meanwhile, condo sales took even larger gains as they grew by 35 units compared to last month to finish higher on an annual basis by 23.

The number of new listings to hit the Saskatoon market in February showed strong gains over January, which is typical, as 434 Saskatoon homeowners offered a residential property for sale on the MLS®, up from 364 the previous month. That’s also higher than last February’s listings, but only by eight.

Active listing inventory grew modestly from January when it was 687 to reach 710 by the end of February. That’s the lowest level for February since 2006.

As you can see on the Active Listings chart below, listing inventory falls lower steadily each year. We are just about to enter a period where new listings will be coming on the market, but I see nothing on the horizon that is going to contribute to higher levels of inventory in the short term, and 2024 will likely continue to see levels that fall below previous years. 

As governments wring their hands over “affordable housing” they continue to tax new housing at unsustainable levels and insist on immigration policies that are limiting housing opportunities for everyone. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist or a mathematician to see the massive imbalance here.

It’s going to get worse.

“Months of supply” fell from 2.6 to 2.3. Anything below a four-month supply is a seller’s market, which we are firmly in.

With such strong condo sales, the average price of a Saskatoon fell lower on the month by close to 19K, settling at $366,485 for an annual increase of roughly ten thousand dollars.

The impact of low supply and high demand can be clearly seen when we compare apples to apples and examine prices more closely by category.

The benchmark price of a single-family home in Saskatoon rose nearly $20,000 from last month to hit $436,900 reaching its highest point ever, up 24K from a year ago.

Townhomes saw a more modest gain monthly growing by just $1400 to $320,800 to claim an annual gain of $32,800. 

Apartment prices were up $7300 from last month as the benchmark price grew to $231,700 to finish higher on a year-over-year basis by more than $16,000.

Follow me on Facebook and Instagram to receive updates on the Saskatoon real estate market and insights I've gained managing thousands of real estate transactions.

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We’re always happy to answer your Saskatoon real estate questions. Click here to reach out.

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Welcome to 101B Jackson Avenue in Aberdeen, SK
 


Welcome to 101B Jackson Avenue in Aberdeen, SK

 
 

Welcome to 101B Jackson Avenue, a 1460sq foot two-storey in the quaint little town of Aberdeen, just a 35 minute drive to Saskatoon’s city centre. Aberdeen is a small community and a beautiful place to call home, it’s close proximity to the city makes it a great choice for people who want all the benefits to rural living, but, close enough to have the conveniences of having the city nearby. Inside the home, the living room provides plenty of natural light and a view of gorgeous countryside, the perfect spot to watch our amazing Saskatchewan skies and the changing of the seasons. The large kitchen is open to the dining room and provides plenty of cabinetry, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances. There is main floor laundry and a two piece bathroom that completes the floor. Upstairs, you’ll find the spacious primary bedroom with walk-in closet and four piece ensuite. There are two additional bedrooms, both with significantly sized closets and a four piece bathroom. In the mostly finished basement, there is a family room, a den and an additional bedroom. There is also a large utility room with extra storage and a plumbed-in bathroom. From the dining room, you’ll have direct access to the deck and backyard which offers a patio, a garden space and a shed. A concrete pad on the front of the house has enough space for two vehicles for off street parking. Experience the charm of small town living…come see this great home today!

 
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Canadian Home Sales Showing Signs of Recovery in January 2024: CREA

The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) recently released national sales statistics for January 2024.

Following a weak second half of 2023, home sales over the last two months are showing signs of recovery, according to the latest data from the Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).

“Sales are up, market conditions have tightened quite a bit, and there has been anecdotal evidence of renewed competition among buyers; however, in areas where sales have shot up most over the last two months, prices are still trending lower. Taken together, these trends suggest a market that is starting to turn a corner but is still working through the weakness of the last two years,” said Shaun Cathcart, CREA’s Senior Economist.

“The market has been showing some early signs of life over the last couple of months, probably no surprise given how much pent-up demand is out there,” said Larry Cerqua, Chair of CREA. “There’s a consensus that the market will probably look quite a bit different this year compared to 2022 and 2023, so if you’re hoping to buy or sell a property in 2024, contact a REALTOR® in your area and get your game plan ready today,” continued Cerqua.

Highlights of this report:

  • National home sales were up 3.7% month-over-month in January

  • Actual (not seasonally adjusted) monthly activity came in 22% above January 2023.

  • The number of newly listed properties edged up 1.5% month-over-month.

  • The MLS® Home Price Index (HPI) fell by 1.2% month-over-month but was still up 0.4% year-over-year.

  • The actual (not seasonally adjusted) national average sale price posted a 7.6% year-over-year increase in January.

Read the recently released national sales statistics for January of 2024.

Follow me on Facebook and Instagram to receive updates on the Saskatoon real estate market and insights I've gained managing thousands of real estate transactions.

TeamFisher.com hosted over 520,000 user sessions last year and displayed more than three million pages to our visitors. If you have a Saskatoon area home you'd like to sell, we know how to get people looking at your home. Reach out to me directly to engage our team and learn about our processes.

I’m always happy to answer your Saskatoon real estate questions.  Reach out by voice or text at 306-900-4161 or email me at norm at teamfisher.com

Norm Fisher

Royal LePage Saskatoon Real Estate


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Canadian Home Sales See Unexpected Surge to Close Out 2023: CREA

The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA) recently released national sales statistics for December of 2023.

Home sales activity recorded over Canadian MLS® Systems rose 8.7% between November and December 2023, putting it on par with some of last year’s relatively stronger months recorded over the spring and summer.

“While December did offer up a bit of a surprise in sales numbers to cap the year, the real test of the market’s resilience will be in the spring,” said Larry Cerqua, Chair of CREA. “There are only a couple of months left until that gets underway. If you’re looking to buy or sell a property in 2024, you’ll want a game plan, so contact a REALTOR® in your area today,” continued Cerqua.

“Was the December bounce in home sales the start of the expected recovery in Canadian housing markets? Probably not just yet,” said Shaun Cathcart, CREA’s Senior Economist. "It was more likely just some of the sellers and buyers that were holding onto unrealistic pricing expectations last fall finally coming together to get deals done before the end of the year. We’re still forecasting a recovery in housing demand in 2024, but we’ll have to wait a few more months to get a sense of what that ultimately looks like.”

Highlights from this report:

  • National home sales jumped 8.7% month-over-month in December.

  • Actual (not seasonally adjusted) monthly activity came in 3.7% above December 2022.

  • The number of newly listed properties dropped 5.1% month-over-month.

  • The MLS® Home Price Index (HPI) fell by 0.8% month-over-month but was still up 0.7% year-over-year.

  • The actual (not seasonally adjusted) national average sale price posted a 5.1% year-over-year increase in December.

Read the recently released national sales statistics for December of 2023.

Follow me on Facebook and Instagram to receive updates on the Saskatoon real estate market and insights I've gained managing thousands of real estate transactions.

TeamFisher.com hosted over 520,000 user sessions last year and displayed more than three million pages to our visitors. If you have a Saskatoon area home you'd like to sell, we know how to get people looking at your home. Reach out to me directly to engage our team and learn about our processes.

I’m always happy to answer your Saskatoon real estate questions.  Reach out by voice or text at 306-900-4161 or email me at norm at teamfisher.com

Norm Fisher

Royal LePage Saskatoon Real Estate


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Saskatoon home prices hit record highs for December 2023 by every measure: SRA

Saskatoon home sales continued to cook through December as local REALTORS® reported 230 firm sales to the multiple listing service®. That’s down from 314 in November, but up by 28 units compared to December of 2022, despite continuing struggle of low inventory.

All of the gains would be counted in the condo category. Sales grew to 85 this December, up from 58 for the same month last year.

Sales for the year came in at 2790, down one percent from 2022.

The number of new listings to hit the Saskatoon market in December showed some modest gains as they grew by 17 annually to reach 248, barely replacing what was sold.

The number of options available to Saskatoon home buyers slipped to just 691 by the close of December. That’s down by 126 from last month’s close, and lower annually by 179. This is the smallest number of active listings for December in more than 15 years. As you can see by the graph below, active listings just continue to fall lower as each year passes, even as our population grows.

“Months of supply” improved from 2.6 to 3.0 but that will change quickly as sales begin to grow, as they always do after bottoming out in December.

A total of 4,256 Saskatoon homes were listed on the MLS in 2023, down 17 percent from the previous year.

With strong sales over the back half of 2023, and weak new listing activity it’s no surprise that Saskatoon home prices reached new highs for December by every measure.

The average price of a Saskatoon home took a hefty upward bounce from November as it grew by a little less than eight thousand dollars to $373,422 to record an annual increase of just under 2K.

The Benchmark price of a single-family home slipped by just over 6K from last month to settle at $420,300. That’s higher than it was last December by just over $26,000.

The Benchmark price of a Saskatoon townhouse dipped $2700 from the previous month to $311,300 to record a significant annual gain of $20,300.

The Benchmark price of a Saskatoon apartment fell $5,000 from last month setting at $223,400, still higher from December of last year by $5800.

Follow me on Facebook and Instagram to receive updates on the Saskatoon real estate market and insights I've gained managing thousands of real estate transactions.

TeamFisher.com hosted over 520,000 user sessions last year and displayed more than three million pages to our visitors. If you have a Saskatoon area home you'd like to sell, we know how to get people looking at your home. Reach out to me directly to engage our team and learn about our processes.

We’re always happy to answer your Saskatoon real estate questions. Click here to reach out.

TeamFisher, your Saskatoon real estate market specialists.

Royal LePage Saskatoon Real Estate


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