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Welcome to 2702 33rd Street West in Westview Heights, Saskatoon, SK

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Welcome to 2702 33rd Street West, a Westview 3 bedroom bungalow, where you’re close to parks, schools, and plenty of other amenities, including shopping, restaurants and easy access to Circle Drive. The bright living room has plenty of natural light where you can enjoy a night of watching your favourite programs. A pass-through window opens the living room up to the spacious kitchen, there’s plenty of cabinetry and includes the appliances. Off the kitchen, there are patio doors to a fully fenced, well landscaped backyard with a large deck, it’s the perfect spot for morning coffees or family gatherings. Also on the main floor are three good sized bedrooms and a four piece bathroom. There is laminate flooring throughout the main floor with the exception of the bathroom and the tiled kitchen. The laundry room and utility room are in the lower level. The basement is insulated and ready for completion. This home would be perfect for someone wanting to get into home ownership, those wanting to downsize or even those who would like to use this home as a revenue property. Come take a look at it today!



Canadian Housing Activity Sees Another Quiet Month in May of 2024: CREA

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

While May was another relatively uneventful month for many Canadian housing markets with national month-over-month home sales edging slightly lower and new listings moving only a little higher, the Bank of Canada’s recentrate drop will likely lead to increased activity moving forward.

“May was another sleepy month for housing activity in Canada, although it may prove to be the last of those now that interest rates have moved lower,” said Shaun Cathcart, CREA’s Senior Economist. “The Bank of Canada’s June 5 rate cut may have only been 25 basis points, but the psychological effect for many who have been sitting on the sidelines was no doubt huge. The question now turns to further rate cuts – specifically, how fast, and how far?”


• National home sales edged back 0.6% month-over-month in May.

• Actual (not seasonally adjusted) monthly activity came in 5.9% below May 2023.

• The number of newly listed properties ticked up 0.5% month-over-month.

• The MLS® Home Price Index (HPI) dipped 0.2% month-over-month and was down 2.4% year-over-year.

• The actual (not seasonally adjusted) national average sale price posted a 4% year-over-year decrease in May.

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

Read also: CREA’s Residential Market Forecast.

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Saskatoon home sales remain strong as inventory sits at its lowest point since 2008: SRA

It was another exceptionally strong sales month despite continuing inventory challenges. Saskatoon REALTORS® reported 587 residential sales to top production last May by seven percent, and beating the average sales for the past five years by 20 percent.

Buyers are challenged to act quickly, or someone else will so there’s no time to waste, and even when you do put the pedal to the metal, you’re likely to encounter competitive bids, at least on the shiny polished listings that are priced realistically.

As is typical, detached homes accounted for a large chunk of total sales with 330 trades, up 36 from last week, and ten more than last May. Meanwhile, 207 condos changed hands, up 32 from April, and ahead of last May by 20 units.

Over the month, 799 Saskatoon home owners listed a property for sale. That’s 71 more than last month, and it tops last May’s listing numbers by 34.

With that, active listing inventory did manage to grow by about 43 units from last month’s close, to reach 878 but finished 16 percent lower on an annual basis and 50 percent below the ten-year average. The high watermark for active listings in May over the past six seasons is 2019 when 1944 residential listings were available to buyers.

Months of supply fell again from 1.6 at the end of April to 1.5 at the close of May. Again, supply levels of less than four months signal a seller’s market.

The average price of a Saskatoon home grew from $394,232 lat month to $397,200 when the dust settled in May.

The benchmark price of a single-family home in Saskatoon rose nearly $5,300 from last month to hit $455,000 to establish a new all-time high, up seven percent from a year earlier.

Townhomes saw a more modest dip as they fell from $329,200 last month to $325,600 at the close of May, but handily gained ten percent year-over-year.

Apartments came down $4400 from last month to leave the benchmark price at $234,600 for an annual price increase of 15 percent.

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