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We have just listed this great property at 302 2128 DEWDNEY AVE in Regina.
Welcome to #302 - 2128 Dewdney Ave, in The Ackerman building! This 915 square foot third floor condo is located in Regina’s warehouse district downtown .The Ackerman building was originally built in 1910 and survived the tornado that tore through Regina in 1912 that took the top 2 floors off of this building on Dewdney Ave. This beautiful piece of history is about a 10 minute walk to downtown and is close to restaurants, bars, gyms, shops and much more. You enter the condo into the bright and open living room and kitchen with a west facing window. The kitchen has granite countertops, a tile backsplash and includes a stainless steel fridge, stove, microwave and dishwasher. The bathroom is updated with modern fixtures and a contemporary look. There is one bedroom and a den in this condo. A bedroom has a spacious closet and another west facing window. The den that can be used as an office. This unit also has a storage area on the 3rd floor. Condo fees are $350 which isn't bad considering the age of the building and that they include water, sewer, common area maintenance, building insurance, snow removal, garbage/recycling.
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We have just listed this great property at 3638 Green Marsh CRES in Regina.
Welcome to 3638 Green Marsh Crescent in the desirable Greens on Gardiner neighborhood close to schools, parks and all the amenities the east end has to offer. This beautiful original owner 2013 custom built two storey executive home is 2,132 square feet and features 4 bd, 4 ba, and a finished basement. This home sits on a 5,439 sqft corner lot with a maintenance free yard with artificial turf, crushed rock, PVC fencing and an exposed aggregate fire pit pad. You enter this home into the porch with closet and custom tile flooring. From there, you come into the living room that has lots of windows that let in tons of light and 9’ ceilings. It has engineered h/w floors, a gas fireplace, and a built in TV area with a stone wall. The open concept leads you directly to the kitchen that has a tile back splash, quartz island, soft close doors and drawers and includes a stainless steel appliances. Connected is the dining room that has a beautiful chandelier and access to the covered deck overlooking the back yard. A 2 pc bathroom completes the main floor. The second storey starts with the bonus room located on the front side of the house, it is followed by 2 of the 3 bedrooms on this floor, the main 4 piece bathroom, and the laundry area with included Samsung front load washer and dryer. The primary bedroom has many windows for an ample amount of light, a walk in closet with shelves, drawers and racks. The 4pc ensuite has a custom glass and tile shower, pedestal tub and double sinks. You follow the continuous custom made stainless steel and glass railing to the finished basement. It starts with a rec room with an electric fireplace surrounded by stone below a tv mount as well as a wet bar. The basement also has a bedroom, a 4 pc bath and finally the utility room. The 30’x24’ triple garage is insulated and has 3 windows for light. There are also three parking spots on the concrete driveway. This house has A/C and all of the window treatments, and ceiling speakers are included.
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We have just listed this great property at 493 Dalgliesh DR in Regina.
Welcome to 493 Dalgliesh Dr. This awesome 1248 Sq. Ft. bungalow has been very well maintained over the years and boasts a very spacious and bright floor plan. The main floor welcomes you in with a cozy living room, flowing into a open dining area and U-shaped kitchen. Further down the hall are three large bedrooms, a four piece bath, and a convenient two piece ensuite off the master bedroom. The basement is completely finished, with a massive family room, bedroom, three piece bath, and utility/storage. The yard is nicely landscaped with a deck, trees, shrubs, lawn, and fully fenced. Don't miss this amazing family home. Come see it today!
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We have just listed this great property at 606 17th AVE E in Regina.
Welcome to 606 17th Ave E. This fantastic bungalow is completely redone top to bottom, with a nice and open main floor featuring a large living room, dining area, kitchen with eating bar, custom bathroom, and two good sized bedrooms. The basement is fully finished with a spacious family room, massive bathroom with laundry, another large bedroom, and utility/storage. The yard is fully fenced and beautifully landscaped, with a two tiered deck, patio, and two garages...one double and one single. The double garage is recently built and is fully insulated and heated. Don't miss this spectacular home. Come see it today!
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We have just listed this great property at 2863 Sunninghill CRES in Regina.
Welcome to 3863 Sunninghill Cres. a perfect two story family home nestled on a quiet crescent in the family friendly neighbourhood of Windsor Park. The well appointed home features a spacious main floor with a large front foyer, two piece bath, a large kitchen with eating bar and plenty of cabinets, bright dining area, and a cozy living room with a gas fireplace. The second floor contains two good sized bedrooms, a four piece bath, and a large master suite with its own ensuite bathroom. The yard is fully landscaped, fenced with a large deck, patio, and trees/shrubs. Don't miss this fantastic home. Come see it today!
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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 1175 Elliott ST in Regina.
Welcome to 1175 Elliott St. This 1349 Square Foot bungalow is located on a large, fully landscaped lot, ample off street parking, and plenty of trees and shrubs. The home boasts a bright and open floor plan, with vaulted ceilings and large windows. The main floor contains a spacious living room, dining area, kitchen with island, the huge bedrooms, one four piece bath, another ensuite bath off the master, and a convenient main floor laundry and storage room. The basement is fully developed with a massive family room, two more bedrooms, a three piece bath and the utility/storage. not only is this home very well maintained, but it has also seen numerous updates over the last few years, including new garage doors, updated front and back door, shingles in 2018, stone patio, sidewalk, landscaping and RV driveway, interior paint, luxury vinyl plank flooring in basement, backwater valve, sump pump, central Air, and much much more! Don't miss this fantastic home! It won't last long!
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The annual inflation rate in Canada is currently around 5.1%—the highest it’s been in 30 years.1 It doesn’t matter if you’re a cashier, lawyer, plumber, or retiree; if you spend Canadian dollars, inflation impacts you. 


Economists expect the effects of inflation, like a higher cost of goods, to continue.2 Luckily, an investment in real estate can ease some of the financial strain. 


Here’s what you need to know about inflation, how it impacts you, and how an investment in real estate can help.

WHAT IS INFLATION AND HOW DOES IT IMPACT ME?
Inflation is a decline in the value of money. When the rate of inflation rises, prices for goods and services go up. Therefore, a dollar buys you a little bit less with every passing day. The consumer price index, or CPI, is a standard measure of inflation. Based on the latest CPI data, prices increased 5.1% from January 2021 to January 2022. In comparison, the CPI increased 1.0% from January 2020 to January 2021.3 


How does inflation affect your life? Here are a few of the negative impacts:

Decreased Purchasing Power:
We touched on this already, but as prices rise, your dollar won’t stretch as far as it used to. That means you’ll be able to purchase fewer goods and services with a limited budget.

Increased Borrowing Costs:
In an effort to curb inflation, the Bank of Canada is expected to raise interest rates.4 Therefore, consumers are likely to pay more to borrow money for things like mortgages and credit cards.

Lower Standard of Living:
Wage growth tends to lag behind price increases. Even as labour shortages persist in Canada—which would typically trigger pay raises—wages are not increasing at the same pace of inflation.5 As such, life is becoming less affordable for everyone. For example, inflation can force those on a fixed income, like retirees, to make lifestyle changes and prioritize essentials.

Eroded Savings:
If you store all your savings in a bank account, inflation is even more damaging. As of February, the national average deposit interest rate for a savings account was around 0.067%, not nearly enough to keep up with inflation.6 


One of the best ways to mitigate these effects is to find a place to invest your money other than the bank. Even though interest rates are expected to rise, they’re unlikely to get high enough to beat inflation. If you hoard cash, the value of your money will decrease every year and more rapidly in years with elevated inflation.



REAL ESTATE: A PROVEN HEDGE AGAINST INFLATION
So where is a good place to invest your money to protect (hedge) against the impacts of inflation? There are several investment vehicles that financial advisors traditionally recommend, including:

Stocks:
Some people invest in stocks as their primary inflation hedge. However, the stock market can become volatile during inflationary times, as we’ve seen in recent months.7

Commodities:
Commodities are tangible assets, like gold, oil, and livestock. The theory is that the price of commodities should climb alongside inflation. But studies show that this correlation doesn’t always occur.

Inflation-Protected Bonds:
Real Return Bonds (RRBs) are inflation-protected bonds issued by the Canadian government that are indexed to the inflation rate. Bonds are considered low risk, but returns have not been rising at the same rate of inflation, making them suboptimal investments.9

Real Estate:
Real estate prices across the board tend to rise along with inflation, which is why so much Canadian capital is flowing into real estate right now.10 We believe real estate is the best hedge against inflation. Owning real estate does more than protect your wealth—it can actually make you money. For example, home prices rose 20% from 2021 to 2022, nearly 15% ahead of the 5.1% inflation that occurred in the same timeframe.11 Plus, certain types of real estate investments can help you generate a stream of passive income. In the past year, property owners didn’t just avoid the erosion of purchasing power caused by inflation; they got ahead. 



TYPES OF REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Though there are a myriad of ways to invest in real estate, there are three basic investment types that we recommend for beginner and intermediate investors. Remember that we can help you determine which options are best for your financial goals and budget. 

Primary Residence:
If you own your home, you’re already ahead. The advantages of homeownership become even more apparent in inflationary times. As inflation raises prices throughout the economy, the value of your home is likely to go up concurrently.


If you don’t already own your primary residence, homeownership is a worthwhile goal to pursue. Though the task of saving enough for a down payment may seem daunting, there are several strategies that can make homeownership easier to achieve. If you’re not sure how to get started with the home buying process, contact us. Our team can help you find the strategy and property that fits your needs and budget.


Whether you already own a primary residence or are still renting, now is a good time to also start thinking about an investment property. The types of investment properties you’ll buy as a solo investor generally fall into two categories: long-term rentals and short-term rentals. 

Long-Term (Traditional) Rentals:
A long-term or traditional rental is a dwelling that’s leased out for an extended period. An example of this is a single-family home where a tenant signs a one-year lease and brings all their own furniture.


Long-term rentals are a form of housing. For most tenants, the rental serves as their primary residence, which means it’s a necessary expense. This unique quality of long-term rentals can help to provide stable returns in uncertain times, especially when we have high inflation.


To invest in a long-term rental, you’ll need to budget for maintenance, repairs, property taxes, and insurance. You’ll also need to have a plan for managing the property. But a well-chosen investment property should pay for itself through rental income, and you’ll benefit from appreciation as the property rises in value.


We can help you find an ideal long-term rental property to suit your budget and investment goals. Reach out to talk about your needs and our local market opportunities.

Short-Term (Vacation) Rentals:
Short-term or vacation rentals function more like hotels in that they offer temporary accommodations. A short-term rental is defined as a residential dwelling that is rented for 30 days or less. The furniture and other amenities are provided by the property owner, and today many short-term rentals are listed on websites like Airbnb and Vrbo.


A short-term rental can potentially earn you a higher return than a long-term rental, but this comes at the cost of daily, hands-on management. With a short-term rental, you’re not just entering the real estate business; you’re entering the hospitality business, too. 


Done right, short-term rentals can be both a hedge against inflation and a profitable source of income. As a bonus, when the home isn’t being rented you have an affordable vacation spot for yourself and your family!
Contact us today if you’re interested in exploring options in either the long-term or short-term rental market. Since mortgage rates are expected to rise, you’ll want to act fast to maximize your investment return.



WE’RE INVESTED IN HELPING YOU
Inflation is a fact of life in the Canadian economy. Luckily, you can prepare for inflation with a carefully managed investment portfolio that includes real estate. Owning a primary residence or investing in a short-term or long-term rental will help you both mitigate the effects of inflation and grow your net worth, which makes it a strategic move in our current financial environment.


If you’re ready to invest in real estate to build wealth and protect yourself from rising inflation, contact us. Our team can help you find a primary residence or investment property that meets your financial goals. 


The above references an opinion and is for informational purposes only.  It is not intended to be financial advice. Consult the appropriate professionals for advice regarding your individual needs.

Sources:

  1. Reuters - https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/canadas-annual-inflation-rate-hits-51-january-2022-02-16/ 
  2. MacLeans - https://www.macleans.ca/economy/inflation-worsening-2022-canada/ 
  3. Statistics Canada - https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/daily-quotidien/220216/dq220216a-eng.htm 
  4. Bloomberg - https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-01-25/canada-set-to-raise-rates-in-inflation-fight-decision-guide 
  5. The Globe & Mail - https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/article-the-stealth-pay-cut-wages-arent-keeping-up-with-inflation/ 
  6. Trading Economics - https://tradingeconomics.com/canada/deposit-interest-rate 
  7. Reuters - https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/canada-stocks-tsx-down-after-hot-inflation-data-dismal-shopify-forecast 
  8. Research Gate - https://www.researchgate.net/publication/350016324_Gold_and_Inflation_in_Canada_A_Time-Varying_Perspective 
  9. Maple Money - https://maplemoney.com/inflation-protection-are-real-return-bonds-or-tips-the-answer/ 
  10. Storeys - https://storeys.com/canadians-using-real-estate-outrun-inflation/ 
  11. WOWA - https://wowa.ca/reports/canada-housing-market
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The annual inflation rate in Canada is currently around 5.1%—the highest it’s been in 30 years.1 It doesn’t matter if you’re a cashier, lawyer, plumber, or retiree; if you spend Canadian dollars, inflation impacts you. 


Economists expect the effects of inflation, like a higher cost of goods, to continue.2 Luckily, an investment in real estate can ease some of the financial strain. 


Here’s what you need to know about inflation, how it impacts you, and how an investment in real estate can help.



WHAT IS INFLATION AND HOW DOES IT IMPACT ME?

Inflation is a decline in the value of money. When the rate of inflation rises, prices for goods and services go up. Therefore, a dollar buys you a little bit less with every passing day.


The consumer price index, or CPI, is a standard measure of inflation. Based on the latest CPI data, prices increased 5.1% from January 2021 to January 2022. In comparison, the CPI increased 1.0% from January 2020 to January 2021.3 


How does inflation affect your life? Here are a few of the negative impacts:


Decreased Purchasing Power:

We touched on this already, but as prices rise, your dollar won’t stretch as far as it used to. That means you’ll be able to purchase fewer goods and services with a limited budget.


Increased Borrowing Costs:

In an effort to curb inflation, the Bank of Canada is expected to raise interest rates.4 Therefore, consumers are likely to pay more to borrow money for things like mortgages and credit cards.


Lower Standard of Living:

Wage growth tends to lag behind price increases. Even as labour shortages persist in Canada—which would typically trigger pay raises—wages are not increasing at the same pace of inflation.5 As such, life is becoming less affordable for everyone. For example, inflation can force those on a fixed income, like retirees, to make lifestyle changes and prioritize essentials.


Eroded Savings:

If you store all your savings in a bank account, inflation is even more damaging. As of February, the national average deposit interest rate for a savings account was around 0.067%, not nearly enough to keep up with inflation.6 


One of the best ways to mitigate these effects is to find a place to invest your money other than the bank. Even though interest rates are expected to rise, they’re unlikely to get high enough to beat inflation. If you hoard cash, the value of your money will decrease every year and more rapidly in years with elevated inflation.



REAL ESTATE: A PROVEN HEDGE AGAINST INFLATION

So where is a good place to invest your money to protect (hedge) against the impacts of inflation? There are several investment vehicles that financial advisors traditionally recommend, including:


Stocks

Some people invest in stocks as their primary inflation hedge. However, the stock market can become volatile during inflationary times, as we’ve seen in recent months.7


Commodities

Commodities are tangible assets, like gold, oil, and livestock. The theory is that the price of commodities should climb alongside inflation. But studies show that this correlation doesn’t always occur.


Inflation-Protected Bonds

Real Return Bonds (RRBs) are inflation-protected bonds issued by the Canadian government that are indexed to the inflation rate. Bonds are considered low risk, but returns have not been rising at the same rate of inflation, making them suboptimal investments.9


Real Estate

Real estate prices across the board tend to rise along with inflation, which is why so much Canadian capital is flowing into real estate right now.10


We believe real estate is the best hedge against inflation. Owning real estate does more than protect your wealth—it can actually make you money. For example, home prices rose 20% from 2021 to 2022, nearly 15% ahead of the 5.1% inflation that occurred in the same timeframe.11 


Plus, certain types of real estate investments can help you generate a stream of passive income. In the past year, property owners didn’t just avoid the erosion of purchasing power caused by inflation; they got ahead. 



TYPES OF REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS

Though there are a myriad of ways to invest in real estate, there are three basic investment types that we recommend for beginner and intermediate investors. Remember that we can help you determine which options are best for your financial goals and budget. 


Primary Residence:

If you own your home, you’re already ahead. The advantages of homeownership become even more apparent in inflationary times. As inflation raises prices throughout the economy, the value of your home is likely to go up concurrently. 


If you don’t already own your primary residence, homeownership is a worthwhile goal to pursue.

Though the task of saving enough for a down payment may seem daunting, there are several strategies that can make homeownership easier to achieve. If you’re not sure how to get started with the home buying process, contact us. Our team can help you find the strategy and property that fits your needs and budget.


Whether you already own a primary residence or are still renting, now is a good time to also start thinking about an investment property. The types of investment properties you’ll buy as a solo investor generally fall into two categories: long-term rentals and short-term rentals. 


Long-Term (Traditional) Rentals:

A long-term or traditional rental is a dwelling that’s leased out for an extended period. An example of this is a single-family home where a tenant signs a one-year lease and brings all their own furniture.


Long-term rentals are a form of housing. For most tenants, the rental serves as their primary residence, which means it’s a necessary expense. This unique quality of long-term rentals can help to provide stable returns in uncertain times, especially when we have high inflation.


To invest in a long-term rental, you’ll need to budget for maintenance, repairs, property taxes, and insurance. You’ll also need to have a plan for managing the property. But a well-chosen investment property should pay for itself through rental income, and you’ll benefit from appreciation as the property rises in value.


We can help you find an ideal long-term rental property to suit your budget and investment goals. Reach out to talk about your needs and our local market opportunities.


Short-Term (Vacation) Rentals:

Short-term or vacation rentals function more like hotels in that they offer temporary accommodations. A short-term rental is defined as a residential dwelling that is rented for 30 days or less. The furniture and other amenities are provided by the property owner, and today many short-term rentals are listed on websites like Airbnb and Vrbo.


A short-term rental can potentially earn you a higher return than a long-term rental, but this comes at the cost of daily, hands-on management. With a short-term rental, you’re not just entering the real estate business; you’re entering the hospitality business, too. 


Done right, short-term rentals can be both a hedge against inflation and a profitable source of income. As a bonus, when the home isn’t being rented you have an affordable vacation spot for yourself and your family!


Contact us today if you’re interested in exploring options in either the long-term or short-term rental market. Since mortgage rates are expected to rise, you’ll want to act fast to maximize your investment return.



WE’RE INVESTED IN HELPING YOU

Inflation is a fact of life in the Canadian economy. Luckily, you can prepare for inflation with a carefully managed investment portfolio that includes real estate. Owning a primary residence or investing in a short-term or long-term rental will help you both mitigate the effects of inflation and grow your net worth, which makes it a strategic move in our current financial environment.


If you’re ready to invest in real estate to build wealth and protect yourself from rising inflation, contact us. Our team can help you find a primary residence or investment property that meets your financial goals. 



The above references an opinion and is for informational purposes only.  It is not intended to be financial advice. Consult the appropriate professionals for advice regarding your individual needs.



Sources:

  1. Reuters - https://www.reuters.com/world/americas/canadas-annual-inflation-rate-hits-51-january-2022-02-16/ 
  2. MacLeans - https://www.macleans.ca/economy/inflation-worsening-2022-canada/ 
  3. Statistics Canada - https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/daily-quotidien/220216/dq220216a-eng.htm 
  4. Bloomberg - https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2022-01-25/canada-set-to-raise-rates-in-inflation-fight-decision-guide 
  5. The Globe & Mail - https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/article-the-stealth-pay-cut-wages-arent-keeping-up-with-inflation/ 
  6. Trading Economics - https://tradingeconomics.com/canada/deposit-interest-rate 
  7. Reuters - https://www.nasdaq.com/articles/canada-stocks-tsx-down-after-hot-inflation-data-dismal-shopify-forecast 
  8. Research Gate - https://www.researchgate.net/publication/350016324_Gold_and_Inflation_in_Canada_A_Time-Varying_Perspective 
  9. Maple Money - https://maplemoney.com/inflation-protection-are-real-return-bonds-or-tips-the-answer/ 
  10. Storeys - https://storeys.com/canadians-using-real-estate-outrun-inflation/ 
  11. WOWA - https://wowa.ca/reports/canada-housing-market
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We have just listed this great property at 313 Scarth ST in Regina.
Welcome to 313 Scarth St. This spacious bungalow is located on a quiet street and boasts a large fenced yard with plenty of trees and grass for you and your family and friends. The home is nice and bright, and welcomes you in with a large living room, which flows into a convenient dining area. The kitchen is open and contains plenty of storage space and updated cabinets, counters and backsplash. The home features three large bedrooms, and the master even has its own full four piece ensuite bathroom. The yard is fully fenced with a large deck and parking off the back alley. Lots of updates including some windows, siding, soffits, deck, kitchen, bathrooms, and much more! This is a great investment or starter home for someone who wants to live a low maintenance lifestyle and save money on their mortgage. Don't miss it!
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