Welcome to 369 Waterloo Crescent. This spacious East College Park bungalow could be the one! It’s situated on a quiet crescent within easy walking distance of Roland Michener Park, and two great elementary schools. You’ll love entertaining friends and family in the backyard which features an in-ground pool, a hot tub, a large seating area (gazebo included) and a natural gas connection for your barbecue. Inside, you have two large living areas each offering a natural gas fireplace. The double attached tandem garage (12 feet by 41 feet) is fully insulated. Upgrades in recent years include shingles, central air, a hot water heater, new windows on the front side of the home and a completely upgraded main bathroom. Call your Realtor today to view.
Licensed in 1993, Norm brings a wealth of experience to TeamFisher. He has worked in every imaginable capacity including sales agent, office manager, team leader, broker and now, broker/owner. Norm has written a weekly review of the Saskatoon real estate market for more than 650 consecutive weeks which may make him the most consistent industry blogger in the world.
Norm is known for his passion for technology and can most often be found exploring and experimenting with the next big thing in real estate marketing. He was the first Saskatoon real estate agent to promote a home online and has been an early adopter of new technologies ever since. “Everything about this business has changed over the past 20 years, and it will happen again in the next ten. An open mind and a curious attitude are all that’s needed to continue to find new ways to serve our clients by delivering a faster, smoother, worry-free transaction,” says Norm.
In his spare time, Norm enjoys Crossfit and cycling, some years accumulating over 2,000 kilometres on the road. He’s a strong supporter of the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation and enjoys raising funds by joining fun, fitness-related initiatives like the Grouse Grind for Shelter. In 2015, he trekked the Peruvian Andes to Machu Picchu. In 2017 he walked the southern highlands of Iceland across mountains, sand, snow, ice, lava fields and forest for seven days. Collectively those initiatives raised over a million dollars for Canadian women's shelters.