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Features That Date Your Home

Features That Date Your Home

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 Neighbourhood Profile

North Central Neighbourhood Profile

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 Neighbourhood Profile

Dieppe Place Neighbourhood Profile

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.    

Boothill Neighbourhood Profile

Boothill Neighbourhood Profile

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.

Lakeview Neighbourhood Profile

Lakeview Neighbourhood Profile

Located in south Regina, Lakeview is home to the beautiful Kiwanis Waterfall Park.  It is also home to the Mackenzie Art Gallery and Lakeview Par 3 Golf Course.  Some small local businesses in the area can be found in the strip mall on Hill Avenue.

Regina Housing Market Outlook 2016

Regina Housing Market Outlook 2016

HOUSING MARKET OUTLOOK 2016 NATIONAL OVERVIEW High demand and low supply continued to characterize Vancouver’s and Toronto’s housing markets throughout 2015 as competition from buyers over the limited inventory of single-family homes pushed prices higher. The average residential sale price increased 17 per cent in Greater Vancouver and 10 per cent in the Greater Toronto […]