New property listed in Stonebridge, Saskatoon

I have listed a new property at 806 Stonebridge COMMON in Saskatoon.
Quality built Ehrenburg fully developed family home in prime Stonebridge location fronting Alexander MacGillvray Young park; Steps to schools/walking paths/Lake Luczka/additional parks. Charming street appeal with an inviting stone & white pilar front veranda and blue door entry. This home boasts natural light abundance/pot lighting/Vintage Maple Widsor harwood/Ceratec Napal ceramic tile/Derby brush carpet/pristine granite/Dulux diamond vanilla milkshake paint(2021). Spacious living room w/large bay window; Wide arched entry to dining room w/garden doors; Kitchen w/ceiling high Fusion Aesthetic white Superior cabinets/granite countertops/corner panty/dual sink & garburator/newer SS appliances incl. gas stove; Convenient mudroom & 2pce bathroom off back entrance. Stunning dual level high ceiling staircase leads to 2nd floor foyer featuring: Oversized master bedroom w/vaulted ceiling/park view bay window/closet w/organizer & ensuite w/soaker tub; 2 additional bedrooms overlooking backyard both w/closet organizers/one a walk-in; Central 4pce bathroom w/matching ascetics. Custom(2018)basement offers Centurin Russion pine laminate/wall gas fireplace w/Carbon grey mantle & surround cabinets with deep shelf/oversized pullout drawers. Color match barn door leads to 4th bedroom; Luxury 3pce bathroom w/marble top cutler vanity/walk-in sliding glass shower w/feng shui beveled subway tile/precious hex tile recessed shelf & Toto Washlet electronic bidet w/heated seat & customizable remote spray/air drying features. A finished laundry/utility room w/built-in shelving nook and an enclosed understairs lighted storage completes the space. Outside impresses with: fenced landscaped lot accented by stone/flowering crab/Maple/Birch/Ming cherry trees/curved interlock brick path/cedar garden beds/17x10 treated wood deck and renovated(2022)22x24 mud jacked insulated/drywalled/vapor barrier/gas heated garage w/front under stone coil heating all improving overall backyard drainage.
$479,900MLS. Stonebridge, Saskatoon

New property listed in West College Park, Saskatoon

I have listed a new property at 10 3825 LUTHER PL in Saskatoon.
Attention first time buyers, students & investors! Excellent & affordable popular West Collage Park condo. Clean & exceptionally maintained, this 2 bedroom, 2nd floor corner unit condo with a private balcony facing the green space of the courtyard is ideally located within the complex and building, in move in condition and a must see! This unit has a great layout with large windows creating a bright cheerful space and features a galley style kitchen with white cabinets, dual sink and 5 included appliances. A quaint dining nook with ceiling fan has walkthrough access to the spacious living room with patio door access to the private black iron twisted spindle balcony. In addition to the recently painted large master bedroom with dual closet with shelving and triple panel window there is a second, also recently painted, ample sized bedroom with single closet and dual panel window. A 2022 newly painted and renovated with upgraded vanity & flooring 4 piece bathroom with nearby hallway linen closet and plenty of additional storage within the unit with a main entrance dual slide mirrored front closet creating a more spacious feel to the unit and the bonus of an in-suite laundry and storage room with included stackable washer/dryer, freezer and build in shelving area. The entire unit is painted in appealing color tones and complimented by upgraded doors, trim, finishings and lighting. You need simply to just move in and enjoy. Additional unit features include; 7 appliances, window coverings, wall unit air conditioning, 1 private electrified parking stall and shared laundry within the building. The building itself it ideally located (minute(s) walking distance) near shopping, amenities and city transit stop.
$114,900MLS. West College Park, Saskatoon

As you may know, curb appeal refers to how your property looks from the street, where potential buyers first see it. Your home’s curb appeal can have a big impact on the sale of your property.

In fact, it’s not uncommon for a buyer to drive by a listing, rather than stop, because they don’t like what they see.

So, how can you improve your home’s curb appeal quickly? One way is to do some outside cleaning.

Start with the main entryway. Wash down the front door and sweep (or power wash) the front steps. It only takes a few minutes, but you’d be surprised by the impact it can have. Sweep or power wash your walkway too and you’ll improve the overall look of your home — sometimes dramatically.

Clean your front windows to brighten the look of your home’s facade. It doesn’t have to be an arduous chore. In fact, there are washing products available that attach to your garden hose. You don’t even need a ladder! Ask your local home improvement retailer for recommendations.

If you have hedges and shrubs, give them a trim. To keep your trimming level, use a wide board, or even a piece of cardboard, then cut to the desired height. Pull off any dead leaves or branches. Of course, also mow the lawn!

Finally, inspect your property from the street. Can you see anything else you can do to quickly improve the look? Do you notice anything that is unsightly or distracting, such as garbage bins that could be relocated?

If you’re selling your home and there are other listings in your area, buyers will naturally compare your property to those other listings.

Is there something about your home that you’re concerned will be seen as a competitive disadvantage? For example, do you have a small kitchen or fewer bedrooms than most other homes in the neighbourhood?

There are a few things you can do to compensate for such disadvantages.

First, highlight the advantageous features of your home. Chances are, there are characteristics that make it stand out. For example, the look and style of your home may be cozy and enchanting. Or, you might have a desired feature, such as a terrific view.

Next, do everything you can to ensure your home makes the best impression possible to buyers. Remember, most buyers will only see your property once. So, pull out all the stops. That means decluttering, cleaning, painting, getting any needed repairs done, and staging effectively.

Finally, make sure you set the asking price strategically. That doesn’t necessarily mean it needs to be low. But, it does mean that the price should reflect the market value of your home.


Saskatchewan reported 1,216 sales in April, down 21 per cent year-over-year and slightly below long-term, 10-year averages. Aligning with seasonal trends, sales and new listings trended up above levels seen earlier this year. Although inventory levels experienced a 4 per cent year-over-year decline and remain over 30 per cent below 10-year trends, the adjustments in sales and new listings have resulted in the months of supply rising to nearly five months.

“Our market continues to struggle with supply and has since the start of the pandemic,” said Association CEO, Chris Guérette. “While inventory challenges remain a concern for us, recent trends point to potential supply relief. Should these trends persist, we may see more balanced conditions play out in the market in the second half of the year.”

The provincial benchmark price reached $323,600 in April, up from $321,400 in March and slightly below prices recorded last April.

“As province-wide figures are showing signs of more balanced conditions, it’s important to keep in mind that there is variation depending on location and price range. Conditions remain exceptionally tight in lower-priced products, while more balanced conditions exist in higher price ranges,” said Guérette. “Higher lending rates have driven more purchasers to seek out lower priced options, while it is proving more difficult for existing homeowners to move up in the market.

Regional Highlights

Both sales and inventory trends varied across different regions of the province in April. Year-to-date sales levels improved in Melfort, Prince Albert, North Battleford, Yorkton, and Weyburn. Additionally, inventory levels improved over previous months across all regions except Humboldt and Weyburn. That said, most regions still report inventory levels lower than the previous year and below long-term, 10-year averages.

Overall, when considering both sales and inventory levels, some regions of the province are not seeing a shift toward more balanced conditions. Melfort, Prince Albert, Yorkton, and Meadow Lake reported further tightening compared to levels reported last year.

Price Trends

Benchmark prices varied across different regions of the province in April. All regions except Prince Albert and Swift Current posted stable to modest gains in benchmark price compared to the previous month.

City of Regina

Year-over-year sales activity in Regina slowed for the fourth consecutive month. Despite the decline, sales levels are only slightly below long-term, 10-year averages. Inventory levels remain over 25 per cent below long-term averages, while the months of supply increased to 3.43, up from 2.96 in March.

Regina reported a benchmark price of $311,200 in April, up from $307,100 in March and nearly 5 per cent lower than April 2022.

City of Saskatoon

The City of Saskatoon reported declining year-over-year sales for the fourth consecutive month. However, sales levels remain slightly above long-term, 10-year trends. Inventory challenges persist in Saskatoon, with supply levels nearly 37 per cent below 10-year averages, the lowest levels reported in April since 2008.

Saskatoon reported a benchmark price of $375,600 in April, slightly down from $376,300 in March and 1.4 per cent higher than April 2022.


Congratulations to my newest VIP Rachel on your #SRSSOLD!!!!

As a first time seller disappointed with having no previous success in achieving a sale on your property, you reached out to a friend for referral options in search of other realtors that might be able to help you.  That friend that just happened to be Warren, one of my VIPs who caringly provided multiple realtors for you to interview, myself being one of them.  Upon first consultation, we just connected.  I understood you & what you needed; and it was abundantly clear to me the best strategy & advice to provide to achieve a sale of your home at the terms you needed, despite the “out of your control” negative factor that was dominantly affecting the selling of your home. 

With time, commitment & consistency to the marketing plan, along with staying positive despite the always overshadowing negative factor, a #SRSSOLD was achieved within the terms you wanted.  VICTORY!!!! ✊ #SRS® #RENE

Thank you so much for your on-going hard work, co-operation and positive commitment to my selling plan…not to mention your shocking revelation when we were putting up the SRS® SOLD sign, that I had represented your mother many years ago and neither of us knew this the entire time!!!! #smallworld   I am so happy you are now free to take your next life steps.  I’m so appreciative of the commitment & trust you placed in me throughout this process and I am so happy to be the one to make this awaited SRS® SOLD happen for you.   Always here to help you, your friends & family whenever needed. ✌️  


Let’s face it. When you visit a home during a scheduled viewing or open house, you’re usually seeing it at its best. The rooms are tidy. The sinks are clean. The closets are organized and uncluttered. Even the lighting is set to its brightest.

That’s just good old-fashioned marketing.

However, not every house you see will actually look this way. For any number of reasons, a house on the market may be less than tidy, poorly decorated, and even in need of minor repairs. You may open the front door in anticipation, only to be immediately turned off by stains on the carpets, faded paint on the walls, cluttered hallways, and more.

First impressions form quickly. It’s easy to make quick judgments and move on. But, you may be passing on what could be a dream home. Don’t make that mistake. Make your purchase decision based on a carefully considered second impression, not just your first. When viewing a house, imagine how it will look with a fresh coat of paint, some redecorating, the minor repairs completed, and your furniture adorning the rooms. You might just find that a home that doesn’t show well is really a diamond in the rough.

(One caveat: Be careful of houses that don’t look like they’ve been well maintained. There could be issues lurking that may require expensive repairs or renovations. Always make a professional home inspection a condition of your offer.)

There are advantages to buying a home that doesn’t show well. They attract less interest and, therefore, less competition from other potential buyers.


When you decide to put your house up for sale, we will start by working together to determine the market value of your property. That’s important to know because if you price your home too much above its market value, you probably won’t get any offers. Alternatively, if you price your property too low, it might get snapped up quickly, but you’ll have left a lot of money on the table.

So how do we determine your home’s current market value?

We will look at a variety of factors, such as the desirability of the neighbourhood, the features of your home, how well it has been maintained, renovations and other improvements you’ve made, and of course, its location. We will also review what similar homes in your area have sold for recently – which is, perhaps, the strongest indicator of current market value.

Once we know the market value of your home, we can make an informed decision as to how to price it so that it will attract the right type of buyers and the best possible price.


Congratulations to my repeat VIPs Sharon & Augustin on your #SRSSOLD!!!!

8 years ago, as beginner buyers, you were referred to me by one of my VIPs and a strong relationship was built and has grown over the years. So, when you reached out for my help, of course I jumped into action.  Upon first consultation, you vocalized an obstacle that I knew would affect the selling of your home and so I advised a marketing plan I felt would maximize and achieve the outcome you so much desired.  Despite a few predicted buyer walkaways, 5 days after listing, your property was conditionally #SRSSOLD at market value with the outcome you so desired. #RENE  - Take that obstacle! ✊

Now with peace of mind and true excitement in your hearts.  I am overjoyed for you as you take your next exciting life step.  I appreciate so much all your hard work and co-operation you put in regarding my selling demands.  I am so grateful for the trust you placed in me to make this SRS® SOLD happen for you.  Your loyalty means a lot.  You deserve the best that life has to offer.  Live it to the fullest and embrace the journey. ❤️


There were 1,213 sales recorded across the province in March, a 20 per cent year-over-year decline. Despite year-over-year sales declines, this level of sales is still stronger than pre-pandemic levels and nearly 10 per cent above long-term, 10-year trends.

New listings decreased by over 17 per cent on a year-over-year basis and remain significantly below the 10-year average. In the first quarter of 2023, properties priced below $400,000 contributed to the largest decline in new listings. A reduction in new listings relative to sales resulted in further year-over-year declines in inventory levels, which remain over 30 per cent below long-term averages.

“Higher lending rates continue to impact what buyers are able to purchase, which is creating tight conditions in the more affordable segment of our housing market,” said Association CEO Chris Guérette. “When paired with declining inventory levels, specifically in homes priced under $300,000, there simply isn’t enough choice for prospective buyers looking in that price range right now.”

The provincial benchmark price reached $321,400 in March, up from $318,500 in February and slightly below prices recorded last March.
“Our market is once again showing its resilience, as we continue to report sales above long-term averages,” said Guérette. “That said, we continue to keep a close eye on supply levels across the province. Saskatchewan is growing at its fastest pace in over 100 years and ensuring that supply matches this growth is crucial to maintaining our affordability advantage.”


Regional Highlights

Many regions across the province experienced a decline in sales when compared to last year. The year-over-year declines range from a decline of five per cent in North Battleford, to 34 per cent in Swift Current. Prince Albert, however, reported an eight per cent gain in year-over-year sales.

While North Battleford and Prince Albert did see some quarterly gains in new listings, all regions are reporting new listings that are below long-term averages. The continued decline in new listings has prevented a shift in inventory levels, which remain well below the 10-year average in all regions across the province.

Price Trends

Benchmark prices varied across different regions of the province in March. Year-over-year price declines were reported in Martensville, Meadow Lake, Melfort, Melville, Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Regina, and Yorkton. Meanwhile, all remaining regions posted stable to modest gains.

City of Regina

Year-over-year sales activity in Regina slowed for the third consecutive month. Despite the decline, sales levels are well above the 10-year average. Inventory levels remain over 25 per cent below long-term averages, with most of the decline being driven by homes priced below $300,000.

The months of supply in Regina fell to 2.96 in March, down from 3.86 in February. If conditions remain this tight over the next several months, we could start to see an impact on home prices.

Regina reported a benchmark price of $307,100 in March, slightly below the $310,200 reported in February.


City of Saskatoon

The City of Saskatoon reported declining year-over-year sales for the third consecutive month. That said, sales levels remain consistent with long-term, 10-year averages. Inventory levels remain a significant concern, as the city reports supply levels nearly 37 per cent below long-term averages.

The months of supply in Saskatoon fell to 2.32 in March, down from 3.50 in February. Tight conditions in the Saskatoon market are placing upward pressure on home prices, and we expect this trend to continue as inventory challenges persist.

Saskatoon reported a benchmark price of $376,300 in March, slightly above the $372,400 reported in February and over 2 per cent higher than March 2022.


Congratulations to my repeat VIPs Kim & Kelly on your #SRSSOLD!!!!

18 years ago we met. You were 1st time buyers looking for your perfect home and I was a 2 year realtor rookie still trying to make my career a success in the challenging world of Real Estate. I must have done something right because, after all this time, you are 1st time sellers of a home you have loved and I am still your personal family Realtor® who, first day on the market, had your property conditionally #SRSSOLD with a backup offer - both of which were over asking list price. This resulted in your property tying for 7th place as the most expensive property in Lawson Heights mls history EVER SOLD without a garage. BOOYA!!!! #RENE

Heartfelt Thank You for choosing me again to assist you in your real estate needs.  Words cannot describe how I feel representing you again and accomplishing such an amazing result for you.  When I spoke with you in our first consultation regarding my selling strategy of your home, you trusted me fully, executed all my demands and the result predicted happened with such gleaming success, it was like a script come to life.  It was a pleasure & honor helping you purchase this home almost 2 decades ago and I feel the same again… plus incredibly satisfied selling it for you! I truly appreciate your continual trust, support and friendship over the years.  Now you can fully move forward and officially start your new life path.


When buyers view your property, they’re likely to visit each room and look around. Their imagination is turned on high. Often, within just a few moments in a space, they’ll form an impression — ideally, a positive one!

So, how do you ensure each room shows well? Here’s what buyers want to see:

1. Space. Buyers will often mentally fit their furniture into a room when they see it. So, make sure each room is uncluttered and staged in a way that showcases its spaciousness.

2. Functionality. Buyers want to see the room for what it is. So, if it’s a bedroom, but you’ve turned it into an exercise room, it might become a distraction to buyers. Consider restoring the room to its original purpose.

3. Themselves. Buyers want to imagine the room as part of their home, not yours. They want to see themselves in it. That’s why it’s smart to depersonalize the space as much as possible. For example, replace the family picture on the wall with a landscape print.

Anticipating how buyers will view each room will help you stage your property effectively.

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