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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 […]

Single home buyers hesitant to purchase, despite strong financial means and low debt

Single home buyers hesitant to purchase, despite strong financial means and low debt

Twenty-six per cent of single Canadians are considering purchasing a home on their own, with Atlantic Canada leading the pack at 34 per cent Fifty-two per cent of single Canadians said economic uncertainty and expensive home prices are the biggest factors impacting their decision not to purchase a home on their own As Canadians’ household […]

RE/MAX of Western Canada helps graduating students

RE/MAX of Western Canada helps graduating students

RE/MAX 2019 Quest for Excellence® The Quest for Excellence program is a bursary program for grade 12 students in Western Canada. It was established by RE/MAX of Western Canada to recognize the success and ongoing pursuits of Western Canadian students in regards to leadership and community contribution initiatives.   What is Awarded? RE/MAX of Western […]

Considering selling your home?

Considering selling your home?

February 1, 2019 It’s no secret that Saskatchewan’s real estate market isn’t exactly on the seller’s side right now. The Association of Regina REALTORs® Inc. reported 3,032 total sales in 2018; a seven per cent decrease from 2017 and the lowest number of sales since 2005. Additionally, it took an average of 62 days to sell […]

RBC reduces fixed mortgage rate

RBC reduces fixed mortgage rate

January 17, 2019 Some good news has been released for homebuyers looking to take out a mortgage. Canada’s largest bank, The Royal Bank of Canada (RBC), has cut down one of their mortgage rates, which hints that lower rates may be coming across other banks. RBC had an advertised rate of 3.89 per cent, but […]

RE/MAX sales rep rides 28,000km for “Motorcycle for Miracles”

RE/MAX sales rep rides 28,000km for “Motorcycle for Miracles”

January 14, 2019 Bruce Johnson, a RE/MAX sales representative, and his daughter hit the road by motorcycle in August on a months-long journey called “Motorcycle for Miracles” to raise funds for the Children’s Miracle Network (CMN). CMN in a nonprofit organization that raises funds for a network of 170 partner hospitals across North America. The […]

Souls Harbour increases men’s shelter capacity

Souls Harbour increases men’s shelter capacity

December 20, 2018 Souls Harbour Rescue Mission (SHRM) cut the ribbon on their new men’s shelter facility on Tuesday morning which added 17 affordable housing suites in Regina. The new build cost about $7 million. Over $1.4 million in funding came from the federal and provincial governments, $340 thousand from the City, and $250 thousand […]

Habitat for Humanity hands keys to 10 new homeowners

Habitat for Humanity hands keys to 10 new homeowners

Photo Source: Facebook/Habitat for Humanity Regina December 5, 2018 After a long wait, 10 Regina families partnered with Habitat for Humanity received the keys to their new home as part of the organization’s latest build. Habitat for Humanity is an organization that aims to reduce poverty by assisting low-income families with homeownership. “It’s kind of […]

Regina’s Railyard Renewal Project receives $33.6 million in funding

Regina’s Railyard Renewal Project receives $33.6 million in funding

November 27, 2018 On Friday, an announcement was made that the city, provincial and federal governments will each chip in $11.2 million (totaling $33.6 million) toward Regina’s Railyard Renewal Project that aims to provide a diversity of housing in the area. The $500 million project was initially announced in 2015 following the city’s acquisition of […]