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4 Things to Consider & Look For When Viewing a Home or Open House

4 Things to Consider & Look For When Viewing a Home or Open House

Whether you are a first-time home-buyer or a current homeowner looking to downsize, more than likely you will be viewing houses or attending open houses while searching for the perfect home. Regardless of how experienced you are with home buying and home owning, there are always things that are missed when going through the house […]

Bank of Canada has lowered the Mortgage Qualifying Rate

Bank of Canada has lowered the Mortgage Qualifying Rate

The Bank of Canada has to lowered the qualifying rate for the first time in 3 years from 5.34 per cent to 5.19 per cent. Until now the Bank of Canada’s qualifying rate has been on a rise from 4.64 percent in September, 2016. According to calculations by mortgage rate comparison site RateHub.ca, someone with an […]

First-Time Home Buyer Incentive Program

First-Time Home Buyer Incentive Program

The federal governments plan to boost home ownership among middle-class families will start on September 2, 2019. The First Time Buyer Incentive will allow eligible first-time homebuyers who have the minimum down payment for an insured mortgage with Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC), Genworth or Canada Guaranty, to apply to finance a portion of […]

Smart Home Upgrades that might help you sell.

Smart Home Upgrades that might help you sell.

Upgrading to smart home technology can be much easier than undertaking a significant home improvement project and may increase your selling price and entice the next generation of buyers to step inside with the potential to sell faster. Smart Plugs If you’ve plugged in a lamp, for instance, you can turn it on or off […]

Cabins & Cottages in Saskatchewan

Cabins & Cottages in Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan is a prairie province known for its beautiful open skies and acres of bountiful farmlands. Home to 100,000 freshwater lakes with sandy beaches. 35 Provincial Parks, and two National Parks make this province the place for rest and relaxation by the shore, swimming, fishing or hiking the valleys. RE/MAX 2019 Recreational Property Trends Survey […]

City of Regina’s Proposed New Zoning Bylaw

City of Regina’s Proposed New Zoning Bylaw

The proposed Zoning Bylaw 2019 is the result of a comprehensive review of the City’s existing Zoning Bylaw 9250. This review included extensive consultation with Regina residents, developers, architects, home builders, non-profit housing providers, realtors, and community associations. The City is also consolidating sign regulations together under one new proposed Sign Bylaw. Remaining Zoning Clinics Southland Mall Friday, June […]

Gardening Season and Curb Appeal

Gardening Season and Curb Appeal

Gardening season is well among us, with the frost ending we can finally start planting seeds and taking our plants outdoors to enjoy as much sun as possible. Trying to Sell? Curb appeal is a home buyers first impression and many have already made up their mind about a home, before ever setting foot inside. […]

Last Mountain Lake and Area

Last Mountain Lake and Area

History Last Mountain Lake, also known as Long Lake, is a prairie lake formed from glaciation 11,000 years ago. It is located in south-central Saskatchewan, Canada, about 40 km northwest of the city of Regina. It flows into the Qu’Appelle River via Last Mountain Creek which flows past Craven. It is approximately 93 km long, and 3 km wide at its widest point. Last Mountain Lake is the largest […]

Regina Pats suit up with Don Cherry

Regina Pats suit up with Don Cherry

Photo Source: Keith Hershmiller Photography/reginapats.com February 20, 2019 RE/MAX of Western Canada is a proud partner with the Western Hockey League (WHL) to present WHL Suits Up with Don Cherry to Promote Organ Donation. A series of events across WHL markets to promote the importance of organ donation and generate further support of The Kidney […]