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 […]
November 14, 2018 Last week, a Regina family finally got the chance to see how their home was transformed as part of the first-ever Build Love project. Vienna Kennedy, the 8-year-old daughter of Liana and Jared Kennedy, has a congenital syndrome which limits her mobility and has to use a walker to get around. Upon […]
November 8, 2018 Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC) released its annual housing market outlook on Tuesday, which predicts that housing starts and sales will both see a decline in 2019 and 2020. Income, employment, and household formation are expected to stimulate new residential construction, but at a slower pace due to a decline in […]
October 16, 2018 Sales in Regina’s housing market are sluggish right now, but last month city council voted in favour of a plan to further expand the southeast end of the city by 690-hectares over 20 years, which could contain even more residential neighbourhoods. In September this year, the Association of Regina Realtors recorded only […]
Smart Tips for Selling Your Home While Living in it With Kids Selling your house is a big undertaking that comes with a fair amount of exhilaration when potential buyers line up to take a gander at your home. Before that happens, though, you have to prep your home for sale—and that means keeping it in […]
7 Ways to Reduce Stress When Buying or Selling a Home Research has shown that buying or selling a home can be one of life’s most stressful events — right up there with filing for bankruptcy or getting a divorce. Preparation is the key to reducing anxiety. Here are a few tips: 1. Choose your […]
7 Features That Date Your Home There’s a fine – and often subjective—line between “vintage” and “dated” when it comes to home features. Buyers tend to be willing to pay more for a contemporary-looking property. But how do you determine whether to invest in an update? Here are a few features it’s pretty safe […]
North Central is one of Regina’s larger neighbourhoods. It has an abundance of outdoor leisure areas including pools, baseball diamons, and basketball courts, and is an entertainment hub, containing both Mosaic Stadium and the Brandt Center. North Central is also home to some incredible community organizations who work alongside the Regina Police Service to help […]
Dieppe Place has a small population compared to many neighbourhoods in Regina. Despite having a high population of younger people, there are no schools located in this neighbourhood. Dieppe Place is home to Regina’s War Memorial, which can be found in A E Wilson Park.
One of Regina’s smallest neighbourhoods, Boothill is located in southeast Regina and encompasses Douglas Place, Dominion Heights, and part of Arnheim place. It is home to Douglas Park Track and Leibel field, and borders the Saskatchewan Science Center and Kramer IMAX Theatre. Local businesses in the area include 4 Seasons and Simply Delicious.