We have just listed this great property at 5118 Anthony WAY in Regina.
Welcome to 5118 Anthony way! This 2012 built 1413 square foot, 4 bedroom, 4 bathroom 2 storey house with a 20’x20’ double attached garage is located in Regina’s Lakeridge addition which is close to many beautiful parks and north end amenities. You enter this home into the bright living room with modern laminate flooring and a large north facing window. You continue to the dining room and kitchen with included fridge, stove, microwave hood fan and dishwasher. By the entrance to the garage there is the laundry area with included front load washer and dryer and a 2 piece bathroom. The second floor has a spacious primary bedroom with a walk-in closet and a 4 piece ensuite bathroom as well as 2 other bedrooms and another 4 piece bathroom. Downstairs in the fully finished basement was completed in 2021 and you have a rec room, a bedroom, a 3 piece bathroom and the utility room with the owned and included furnace, a/c unit, water heater and water softener! This house also features a fully fenced spacious backyard with a 2 tier deck and garden shed. It backs an open field perfect for watching beautiful Saskatchewan sunsets every night. 3D virtual tour on the virtual tour link AND video walk through on youtube!
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We have just listed this great property at 109 2600 Arens RD E in Regina.
Welcome to 109 - 2600 Arens Road in the River Grande condo complex in east Regina’s River Bend neighbourhood. This 2001 built, 1058 square foot, 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom apartment style condo is on the main level of the building. The unit is north facing giving you a wonderful view of the beautiful man made lake and park right from your balcony. Along with backing a park it’s also close to shopping, grocery stores, pharmacies, restaurants and more. You enter the suite into the spacious dining room and continue past the kitchen with white cabinets, a white tile backsplash and included fridge, stove, hood fan, garburator, dishwasher and microwave. You then continue into the bright living room that faces the lake. Beside the large living room window there's a door to your private balcony that's perfect for relaxing and gazing at the water. The secondary bedroom is comfortable but can also be used as an office if you choose. The large primary bedroom is also facing the water and has a walk in closet and 3 piece ensuite bathroom. The unit also features a 4 piece main bathroom, laundry and utility room that includes the washer, dryer and deep freeze. You have access to one personal underground parking spot as well as visitor parking. The building has an amenities room for you to use for family gatherings or parties as well as a craft room owners can use for small projects. The condo fees are $440 a month and include insurance, sewer, common area maintenance, snow removal, exterior building maintenance, lawn care, heat, water, garbage and reserve fund.
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Shut Down Home Intruders With These 7 Safety Strategies

A break and enter occurs every 90 seconds in Canada.1 Fortunately, there are some proven tactics you can use to decrease your likelihood of a home invasion.

Most burglars won’t go to extreme lengths to enter your home. They are looking for easy access with minimal risk. A monitored security system can be an effective deterrent—homes without one are 300% more likely to be burglarized—but it isn’t the only way to protect your property.2 The strategies below can help to maximize your home’s security and minimize your chances of being targeted by intruders.

Thinking about listing your home? We have some additional recommendations for you. Contact us to find out the procedures we use to keep our clients and their property safe and secure during the buying and selling process.

1. Check Your Doors and Windows

According to insurance company SGI Canada, the most common entry point for a burglar is through a basement or ground floor door or window.1 So securing these points of entry is essential.

  • Evaluate the condition of your doors and locks. 

A steel door is generally considered the strongest, but many homeowners prefer the look of wood. Whatever material you choose, make sure it has a solid core and pair it with a sturdy deadbolt lock that is a minimum of 2.5 cm long when thrown.3

  • Add window locks and security film.

Aftermarket window locks are an easy and inexpensive upgrade that can provide an additional layer of protection for your home. Choose a lock that is compatible with your window frame material and a style that is appropriate for the window type. And consider using a specialty film on windows that are adjacent to a door. Security film holds shattered glass in place, making the windows more difficult to penetrate.4

2. Landscape for Security

When it comes to outdoor landscaping, many of us think about maintenance and curb appeal. But the choices we make can impact our home’s security, as well. Thieves target homes that they can enter and exit without being detected. Here are a few tweaks that can make your property less appealing to potential intruders.

  • Increase visibility from the street.

A privacy hedge may keep out nosy neighbours, but it can also welcome thieves—so trim overgrown trees and shrubs that obstruct the view of your property. According to police officers, they offer an ideal environment for criminals to hide.5

  • Place thorny bushes and noisy gravel below windows.

Don’t eliminate shrubbery altogether, though. Certain hedges can actually offer a deterrent to robbers. Plant thorny rose bushes or sharp-leaved holly beneath your first-story windows for both beauty and protection. Add some loose gravel that crunches when disturbed.

3. Light Your Exterior

When it’s dark outside, criminals don’t need to rely on overgrown shrubbery to hide. Luckily, a well-designed outdoor lighting system can make your home both safer and more attractive.

  • Install landscape lighting.

Eliminate pockets of darkness around your yard and home’s perimeter with strategically placed outdoor lights. Use a combination of flood, spot, well, and pathway lights to add interest and highlight natural and architectural details. 

  • Use motion-activated security lights to startle intruders.

The soft glow of landscape lighting isn’t always enough to dissuade a determined intruder. But a motion-activated security light may stop him in his tracks. And if you choose a Wi-Fi connected smart version, you can receive notifications on your phone when there’s movement on your property.

4. Make It Look Like You’re Home

Motion-activated lights aren’t the only way to make an intruder think you’re at home. New technology has made it increasingly possible to monitor your home while you’re away. This is especially important since most burglaries take place between 10 am and 3 pm, when many of us are at work or school.

  • Turn on your TV and leave a car in the driveway.

A survey of convicted burglars revealed that the majority avoid breaking into homes if they can hear a television or if there’s a vehicle parked in the driveway.7 If you’re away from home, try connecting your TV to a timer or smart plug. And when you travel, leave your car out or ask a neighbour to park theirs in your driveway.

  • Install a video doorbell.

In that same survey, every respondent said they would knock or ring the doorbell before breaking into a home. A video doorbell not only alerts you to the presence of a visitor, it also enables you to see, hear, and talk with them remotely from your smartphone—so they’ll never know you’re gone.

5. Keep Valuables Out of Sight

Few home invasions are conducted by criminal masterminds. In fact, a survey of convicted offenders found that only 12% planned their robberies in advance, while the majority acted spontaneously.8 That’s one of the reasons security experts caution against placing valuables where they are visible from the outside.9

  • Check sightlines from your doors and windows.

Don’t tempt robbers with a clear view of the most commonly stolen items, which are cash (think purses and wallets), jewelry, electronics, firearms, and drugs (both illegal and prescription).5 Take a walk around your property to make sure none of these items are easily visible.

  • Secure valuables in a safe.

Consider the possessions that are on display inside your home, as well. It’s always a good idea to lock up firearms, sensitive documents, and expensive or irreplaceable items when you have housekeepers or other service providers on your property.

6. Highlight Your Security Measures

While it’s prudent to hide your valuables, it’s equally important to advertise your home’s security features. In surveys, convicted burglars admit to avoiding homes with obvious protective measures in place.7,8

  • Install outdoor cameras.

Security cameras are the most common home protection device and for good reason.10 Not only do they help prevent crime (burglars are known to avoid them11), they can offer peace of mind for homeowners who want to sneak a peek at their property while away. And if you do experience a break and enter, security camera footage can help police identify your intruder.

  • Post warning signs.

Security system placards and beware-of-dog signs are also shown to be effective deterrents.8 Of course, you should back up your threats with a noisy alarm and loud barking dog for maximum impact.

7. Limit What You Share on Social Media

Social media platforms can be a great way to stay connected with friends and family, but it’s easy to reveal more than you’ve intended. Be thoughtful about what you’re posting—and who has access.

  • Delay posting photos or travel updates.

It can be tempting to upload a concert selfie or pictures from your beach vacation. But these types of photos scream: “My house is unoccupied!” Try to wait until you’ve returned home to share the photos on social media. 

  • Set privacy restrictions on your accounts.

Think twice about connecting with strangers or casual acquaintances on social media. If you enjoy sharing family updates and personal photos, it’s safer to limit your followers to those you truly know and trust.


We take home security seriously. That’s why we have screening procedures in place to keep our clients and their homes safe when they are for sale. We also remind our buyers to change the locks before they move into their new homes and provide referrals to locksmiths and home security companies that can help. To learn more about our procedures and how you can stay safe during the buying and selling process, contact us to schedule a free consultation!


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We have just listed this great property at 136 Birchwood CRES in Regina.
Located in the heart of Regina's desirable Whitmore Park neighbourhood, 136 Birchwood crescent is perfect for a growing family! Boasting a unique and functional floor plan, the large home welcomes you in with a spacious front entry, leading into a large kitchen with centre island, convenient eating area and a bright and open living room. Further down the hallway you will find three good sized bedrooms a four piece bath and a convenient foyer leading into the back yard. The basement is fully developed and contains a large family room with wood burning fireplace, another bedroom, a three piece bath, and the utility/laundry room. The yard is beautifully landscaped, and features a deck off the front of the home, nice patio area off the back, and a large double detached garage. The home has seen numerous big ticket updates, including furnace, windows, shingles, deck, and much more! Don't miss this fantastic property!
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We have just listed this great property at 3332 Pike AVE in Regina.
Located in the heart of Regina's desirable Cathedral neighbourhood, this little bungalow is perfect as a starter or investment property. Very clean and recently renovated, this home features a large living room, updated kitchen, two good sized bedrooms, and a four piece bath. The basement appears solid and dry, and contains the laundry and storage. The yard is fenced, and features a large deck which is perfect for enjoying summer evenings, numerous trees and a single detached garage. This is a great property in a very exclusive location! Don't miss it!
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We have just listed this great property at 32 Cleland ST in Regina.
Welcome to 32 Cleland Street. This fully renovated 1963 built 950 square foot 5 bedroom, 2 bathroom bungalow and 14’x24’ single detached garage sit on a generous 7249 square foot irregular shaped corner lot in Regina’s Coronation park subdivision which is conveniently close to schools, parks, grocery, restaurants and bus routes. You enter this home into the bright east facing living room that has a beautiful feature wall and shares laminate flooring throughout the main level with the exception of the bathroom. The open concept dine-in kitchen has tile back splash, included fridge, stove and built in dishwasher and 2 tone cabinets. The main floor is completed with the large primary bedroom, 2 additional bedrooms and the main bathroom which has a corner jet tub, custom tile shower and wainscoting, and granite top vanity. The basement had been braced on all 4 walls with proper engineers certificate available, has spray foam insulation, a new sewer and water line, and then was fully developed with a good sized rec room, a storage room under the stairs which has the updated 100amp electrical panel, the laundry-in utility room with included washer and dryer as well as a high efficiency furnace, a 3 piece bathroom, and finally 2 additional bedrooms with proper egress windows. The basement has new carpet in the rec room and bedrooms. The exterior of this home has fresh paint, updated shingles, soffits, fascia, a new front deck with composite decking, and most windows have been replaced. The yard has a fully fenced back yard that has plenty of shade from mature trees, a gorgeous large waterfall/pond, a fire pit area, as well as underground sprinklers and additional parking in front of the garage.
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We have just listed this great property at 2428 Lindsay ST in Regina.
Welcome to 2428 Lindsay St. This little bungalow boasts a perfect location, only a few minutes walking distance to Wascana Park, steps away from schools and only a short drive to Regina's bustling East end with all its shops and amenities. The home shows very well, with a nicely open floor plan with a good sized family room, open kitchen with updated cabinets, counters, and backsplash. Down the hall are two bright bedrooms, and a renovated four piece bathroom. The basement appears solid and dry, houses the laundry and could be developed for extra living space. The yard is perfect for summer entertaining, is fully fenced for your children and pets, and features a convenient one car garage, and additional parking under a car port. This home is in excellent shape, and is ready to move in! Don't miss is!
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We have just listed this great property at 4482 NICURITY DR in Regina.
Welcome to 4482 Nicurity Drive! This 2007 Dundee built 1,226 square foot 3 bedroom, 3 bathroom 2 story house and its oversized 24’x28’ double detached garage sit on a generous approx 35’x131’ lot in Regina’s Lakeridge subdivision which is very close to shopping, restaurants, grocery bus routes and so much more. You enter this home into the porch with the front entry closet and continue into the bright south facing living room with hardwood flooring and gas fireplace with tile surround and pine mantel. You continue on to the dine-in kitchen with maple cabinets, tile backsplash, included dishwasher and stainless steel fridge, stove, over the range microwave. The main floor is completed with the rear mudroom and closet with the conveniently located and included stacked front load washer and dryer and a 2 piece bathroom. The 2nd floor has the primary bedroom with a large custom designed walk-in closet with professionally installed shelving, as well as the main 4 piece bathroom and 2 good sized secondary bedrooms. The basement is also completely professionally finished with a rec room, a den, a 3 piece bathroom and the utility room. The yard is beautifully landscaped and features a 2 tier deck as well as an extra concrete surround around the garage and on the east size of the house to help with water mitigation. The yard includes a PVC storage shed as well as extra storage in another shed that is cleverly built on the east side of the garage. The oversized garage has plenty of additional power and built in shelving as well as 8’x7’ door that leads through to the back yard. This home also features central air conditioning, a reverse osmosis water filter, a water softener, an oversized (rented) water heaters as well as central vacuum. This home has been meticulously maintained overall and is in move-in ready condition.
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We have just listed this great property at 928 RAE ST in Regina.
Welcome to 928 Rae St. This 1912 built 783 square foot 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom 1 ½ story home is on a 25’x125’ lot in Regina’s Washington Park subdivision. This house has a lot of its major renovations completed but still needs some work to be completed before it can be lived in. You enter the home into the porch that leads to the living room and then the dining room. The location for the future kitchen is next on the main floor and it is completed with a good sized bedroom. The second floor has the primary bedroom as well as one additional bedroom and finally the 3 piece bathroom. This home has newer shingles, a high efficiency furnace, a 100 amp electrical panel and a sump pump.
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We have just listed this great property at 2337 LINDSAY ST in Regina.
Welcome to 2337 Lindsay St. This 1948 built 671 square foot 2 bedroom 1 bathroom bungalow sits on a 25’x125’ lot just north of College Ave on a quiet block in Regina’s Broders Annex subdivision, close to schools, grocery, parks and bus routes. You enter this home into the bright west facing living room with original hardwood floors. You continue on to the dine-in kitchen with an included fridge and stove. The main floor is completed with 2 good sized bedrooms and finally the main 4 piece bathroom. The basement is mostly finished and has a large rec room, a den, as well as the laundry-in-utility room with included washer and dryer. The electrical panel of this home has been upgraded to a 100 amp panel and this home also has a radon mitigation system in it. The fenced backyard has a nice sized deck, some raised garden boxes, a firepit, a 12x22 garage (that only had wooden doors) as well as 1 more additional parking spot.
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We have just listed this great property at 3351 ANGUS ST in Regina.
Welcome to 3351 Angus St. This 1921 built, 961 square foot bungalow sits on a 31’x100’ lot on a low traffic street on a beautiful block in Regina’s very desirable Lakeview subdivision. This provides for a neighborhood where many neighbors can be seen enjoying their front yards and socializing with others. This character home is located close to Wascana Park’s walking and bike trails, as well as shopping, and bus routes. When you walk in the front entry way you will notice the well-kept hardwood floors and other character touches such as the original glass handles door handles. You will fall in love with the classic wide oak trim that exists throughout the main level. The large living room boasts lots of natural light through its west facing windows and a wood burning fireplace. The main level also has a dining room, the kitchen with included fridge, stove and microwave, 2 nice sized bedrooms, and a 4 piece bathroom. As classic as the exterior and main level are, the other true value of this home is its basement. In 2012 the basement was fully renovated to ensure a sound and dry foundation for a new regulation 2-bedroom basement suite which provides income for the home. Before entering the basement suite you pass by the shared laundry area at the foot of the stairs with included washer and dryer. The 2-bedroom suite contains a kitchen with included fridge, stove and microwave, a living room and a 3-piece bathroom. It is currently rented to 2 very good tenants that instantly help to reduce the costs of ownership. Most of the basement has raised vinyl plank flooring that provides an air cushion from the new concrete floor. The backyard is sheltered and private with a combination of perennials, grass area and stone patio that leads to the single detached single car garage and parking for an additional 2 vehicles. Other features include central air and new windows in the bedrooms and kitchen. The shingles, soffits, fascia and eaves were replaced in 2014.
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We have just listed this great property at 866 ROBINSON ST in Regina.
Welcome to 866 Robinson St. This 1912 built 815 square foot 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom home sits on a 25'x125' lot in Reginas Washington Park subdivision and would make a great rental property or a way to get into owning a home at a low price! You enter this home into the bright east facing living room with laminate flooring. You continue past the dine-in kitchen with newer cabinets and included fridge and stove to the first bedroom. You pass a den on the other side of the hallway and are then lead to the 4 piece bathroom. The back porch serves as the laundry room and finally there is another bedroom at the back of the home. This home has newer shingles, vinyl siding and is quite low maintenance overall.
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We have just listed this great property at 1163 King ST in Regina.
Welcome to 1163 King St. This excellent 1225 square foot home features three good sized bedrooms, large living room with bay window, fully renovated kitchen with plenty of brand new custom cabinets, stone countertops, and stainless steel appliances. The master bedroom features a stunning master bath with tiled floor and surround. Numerous upgrades in the home including, new furnace, A/C, flooring, trim and paint throughout, water and sewer lines, ductwork, and much much more. Large lot with massive double detached garage. This home is not to be missed. Call to view today!
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9 Tips for Buying and Selling Your Home at the Same Time

Selling your home when you still need to shop for a new one can feel daunting to even the most seasoned homeowner––especially when the demand for new homes keeps rising, but the supply feels like it's dwindling.¹ You're not alone either if you're already feeling drained by the complex logistics of trying to sell and buy a new home all at once. 

Searching for a new home can be exciting, but many homebuyers admit that it can also be stressful, especially if you live in an unpredictable market with plenty of competitors. Unfortunately, waiting out a competitive housing market isn’t always the best idea either since homes are in notoriously short supply across Canada, and listings are expected to remain limited in the most coveted neighbourhoods for some time.² 

That doesn't mean, though, that you should just throw up your hands and give up on moving altogether. In fact, as a current homeowner, you could be in a better position than most to capitalize on a seller’s market and make a smooth transition from your old home to a new one. 

We can help you prepare for the road ahead and answer any questions you have about the real estate market.  For example, here are some of the most frequent concerns we hear from clients who are trying to buy and sell at the same time.


This is an understandable concern for many sellers since the competitive real estate market makes it tough to plan ahead and predict when you'll be able to move into your next home. But chances are, you will still have plenty of options if you do sell your home quickly. It may just take some creativity and compromise. 

Here are some ideas to make sure you're in the best possible position when you decide to list your home:

Tip #1: Flex your muscles as a seller. 

In a competitive market, buyers may be willing to make significant concessions in order to get the home they want. In some cases, a buyer may agree to a sell and lease back agreement (also known as a "sell house and rent back" option) that allows the seller to continue living in the home after closing for a set period of time and negotiated fee. 

This can be a great option for sellers who need to tap into their home equity for a downpayment or who aren’t logistically ready to move into their next home. If you're dealing with an investor rather than a traditional buyer, you may even be able to negotiate a lengthy lease and lower rent payment than your current mortgage.³ 

However, leaseback agreements can be complex, with important legal, financial and tax issues to consider.⁴ At minimum, a carefully-worded contract and security deposit should be in place in case of any property damage or unexpected repairs that may be needed during the leaseback period. 

Tip #2: Open your mind to short-term housing options. 

While it can be a hassle to move out of your old home before you’re ready to move into your new one, it’s a common scenario. If you’re lucky enough to have family or generous friends who offer to take you in, that may be ideal. If not, you’ll need to find temporary housing. Check out furnished apartments, vacation rentals and month-to-month leases. If space is an issue, consider putting some of your furniture and possessions in storage. 

You may even find that a short-term rental arrangement can offer you an opportunity to get to know your new neighbourhood better—and lead to a more informed decision about your upcoming purchase.

Tip #3: Embrace the idea of selling now and buying later.

Instead of stressing about timing your home sale and purchase perfectly, consider making a plan to focus on one at a time. Selling before you’re ready to buy your next home can offer a lot of advantages. 

For one, you’ll have cash on hand from the sale of your current home. This will put you in a much better position when it comes to buying your next home. From budgeting to mortgage approval to submitting a competitive offer, cash is king. And by focusing on one step at a time, you can alleviate some of the pressure and uncertainty.


This is one of the most common concerns that we hear from buyers who are selling a home while shopping for a new one, and it’s realistic to expect at least some overlap in mortgage payments. But unless you have a large enough income to comfortably carry two mortgages, you may not pass Canada's beefed up mortgage stress test until you have a contract on your first home. (You can use the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada's Mortgage Qualifier Tool to check your odds.⁵)  

Assuming you can secure financing, however, it's still a good idea to examine your budget and calculate the maximum number of months you can afford to pay two mortgages before you jump on a new home. Potential stopgap solutions, such as bridge financing, can also help tide you over if you qualify. 

If you simply can’t afford to carry both mortgages for any amount of time, or if you are concerned about passing the mortgage stress test, then selling before you buy may be your best option. (See Tip #3 above.) But if you have some flexibility in your budget, it is possible to manage both a home sale and purchase simultaneously. Here are some steps you can take to help streamline the process:

Tip #4: As you get ready to sell, simplify. 

You can condense your sales timeline if you only focus on the home renovations and tasks that matter most for selling your home quickly. For example, clean and declutter all of your common areas, refresh your outdoor paint and curb appeal and fix any outstanding maintenance issues as quickly as possible. 

But don't drain unnecessary time and money into pricey renovations and major home projects that could quickly bog you down for an unpredictable amount of time. We can advise you on the repairs and upgrades that are worth your time and investment.

Tip #5: Prep your paperwork. 

You'll also save valuable time by filing as much paperwork as possible early in the process. For example, if you know you'll need a mortgage to buy your next home, get pre-approved right away so that you can shorten the amount of time it takes to process your loan.⁶

Similarly, set your home sale up for a fast and smooth transition by pulling together any relevant documentation about your current home, including appliance warranties, renovation permits, and repair records. That way, you're ready to provide quick answers to buyers' questions should they arise. 

Tip #6: Ask us about other conditions that can be included in your contracts. 

Part of our job as agents is to negotiate on your behalf and help you win favourable terms. For example, it’s possible to add a contract condition known as a "subject to sale" or "sale of property" (SOP) condition to your purchase offer that lets you cancel the contract if you haven't sold your previous home.⁷ This tactic could backfire, though, if you're competing with other buyers. We can discuss the pros and cons of these types of tactics and what’s realistic given the current market dynamics.


When you're in the pressure cooker of a home sale or have been shopping for a home for a while in a competitive market, it's easy to get carried away by stress and emotions. To make sure you're in the right headspace for your homebuying and selling journey, take the time to slow down, breathe and delegate as much as possible. In addition:

Tip #7: Relax and accept that compromise is inevitable.

Rather than worry about getting every detail right with your housing search and home sale, trust that things will work out eventually––even if it doesn't look like your Plan A or even your Plan B or Plan C. Perfecting every detail with your home decor or timing your home sale perfectly isn't necessary for a successful home sale and compromise will almost always be necessary. Luckily, if you've got a good team of professionals, you can relax knowing that others have your back and are monitoring the details behind the scenes.

Tip #8: Don't worry too much if your path is straying from convention.

Remember that rules-of-thumb and home-buying trends are just that: they are estimates, not facts. So if your home search or sale isn't going exactly like your neighbours' experience, it doesn't mean that you are doomed to fail. 

It's possible, for example, that seasonality trends may affect sales in your neighbourhood. So a delayed sale in the summer or fall could affect your journey––but not necessarily. According to the Canadian Real Estate Association, the housing market used to be more competitive during the fall and spring and less competitive during the winter. But it's not a hard and fast rule and real estate markets across Canada have seen major shifts in recent years.⁸ Every real estate transaction is different. That's why it's important to talk to a local agent about your specific situation.

Tip #9: Enlist help early.

If possible, call us early in the process. We'll not only provide you with key guidance on what you should do ahead of time to prepare your current home for sale, we'll also help you narrow down your list of must-haves and wants for your next one. That way, you'll be prepared to act quickly and confidently when you spot a great house and are ready to make an offer. 

It's our job to guide you and advocate on your behalf. So don't be afraid to lean on us throughout the process. We’re here to ease your burden and make your move as seamless and stress-free as possible.


Buying and selling a home at the same time is challenging. But it doesn't have to be a nightmare, and it can even be fun. The key is to educate yourself about the market and prepare yourself for multiple scenarios. One of the best and easiest ways to do so is to partner with a knowledgeable and trustworthy agent.

A good agent will not only help you evaluate your situation, we will also provide you with honest and individually tailored advice that addresses your unique needs and challenges. Depending on your circumstances, now may be a great time to sell your home and buy a new one. But a thorough assessment may instead show you that you're better off pausing your search for a while longer. 

Contact us for a free consultation so that we can help you review your options and decide the best way forward.


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We have just listed this great property at 1928 Atkinson ST in Regina.
This is a fantastic character 1 3/4 story home in Broders Annex. Well maintained with many upgrades! The main floor has 9' ceilings, and contains a large front porch, a living room and dining room both with hardwood floors, and a spacious kitchen. The second floor has two large bedrooms, a updated bathroom with glass shower, and a convenient laundry room. The yard is a good size and features a newer deck. Many upgrades over the last few years, including a high efficiency boiler, on demand water heater, pressure treated deck, custom shower with glass enclosure, front exterior paint, and much more. Don't miss this great home!
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We have just listed this great property at 2159 Retallack ST in Regina.
Welcome to 2159 Retallack Street. This awesome property is located in the heart of the Cathedral neighbourhood and is the perfect combination of classic character and modern convenience. The main floor is incredibly spacious and welcomes you in with a bright front porch, flowing into a foyer, connected to a bright living room, a completely remodeled kitchen, dining area, and a massive family room with a convenient 3 piece bathroom. The upstairs is full of character, and boasts three good sized bedrooms, and another four piece bath. The basement is partially finished with a family room and another bedroom plus utility and storage. The yard is beautifully landscaped with your very own garden, massive deck with hot tub (negotiable) and a double detached garage. The home has seen numerous upgrades over the last few years including upgraded insulation and siding on 2nd floor, shingles on house and garage, eaves, paint, flooring, full kitchen reno, and much, much more! Don't miss this amazing property in the most spectacular location. Call to view it today!
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We have just listed this great property at 875 RETALLACK ST in Regina.
Welcome to 875 Retallack St. This 1913 built, 720 square foot, 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom bungalow sit on a 25'x125' lot in Reginas Washington Park subdivision. This make a great rental property as expected rental income would be approx $900. Can be bought with 905 Rae St. (same seller)
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We have just listed this great property at 4818 Green Rock RD E in Regina.
Welcome to 4818 Green Rock Rd. E. This fantastic townhome shows a ten out of ten, with pride of ownership shining throughout. Finished in a contemporary style, this home features a open floor plan, with a convenient den, bright kitchen, dining area with doors onto the large deck, and a large living room. The second floor boasts a unique double master set up, with two large bedrooms, each with a walk in closet and ensuite bathroom. The yard is fully fenced and landscaped, contains a double detached insulated garage with a drive through door for additional parking if required, a beautiful stampcrete patio, deck, and a convenient bbq gas line hook up. This home is ready for new owners, so come see it today!
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