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We have just listed this great property at 455 Forget ST in Regina.
Welcome to 455 Forget St. This spacious 994 Square Foot bungalow features a very bright and open main floor, with three large bedrooms, main floor laundry, convenient dining area, and good sized kitchen. The basement is developed and contains a family room, kitchenette, utility/laundry and two more big bedrooms. The front yard is zeroscaped for low maintenance, and the back features lots of space for parking and relaxing on summer days. This property boasts numerous upgrades in the last few years, including plumbing, electrical, backflow valve, sump pump, gas dryer, furnace, paint, flooring and much more. Don't miss this great deal, come see it today!
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We have just listed this great property at 159 Deergrove CRES in Regina.
This spacious 1160 square foot bungalow is located at 159 Deergrove Crescent in Whitmore Park close to the university. This home features 3 bedrooms upstairs with a two piece bathroom off the master and 4 piece main bathroom with a jetted tub. The kitchen has recently been updated with a glass tile backsplash, lighting and sink. Nice living room with a gas fireplace is nicely separated from the bedrooms perfect for watching movies when the family is sleeping. The basement has some finishing and has potential for a bedroom, rec-room etc., but requires your finishing touches. This home is set up with potential for a basement suite with a separate back entrance. The large backyard features two large decks, natural gas BBQ hook up, underground sprinklers front and back, 2 storage sheds, plenty of trees, and perennials and provides a nice private space for you and your family. There are many updates in this home, please call to inquire or schedule a viewing for more information.
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We have just listed this great property at 30 Robinson CRES in Regina.
Welcome to 30 Robinson Cres. Located on a quiet street and only steps to Coronation park school, this awesome family home is ready for new owners! The front of the home welcomes you in with a cozy front deck, perfect for a morning coffee, or summer afternoon chats with friends. The main floor is perfect for entertaining family and friends, is renovated and features an open concept with a large living room, dining area, and updated kitchen. The main bathroom has been updated with flooring and tiled tub surround. Three good sized bedrooms finish the main floor, all with updated laminate flooring, paint and trim. The basement is developed and contains a massive family room, another large bedroom, and a convenient four piece bath. The home is located on a large lot, and is fully fenced with RV parking (currently used as a garden) patio, and single car garage. Numerous updates have been done over the last few years, including shingles, laminate and subfloor on the main level, front deck, most upstairs windows, basement carpet, some plumbing, downstairs bathroom, and much more! Don't miss this great property, come see it today!
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We have just listed this great property at 103 34 Nollet AVE in Regina.
Very nice condition main floor two bedroom condo with new carpet, updated bathroom fixtures and fresh paint. This home is located beside all shopping amenities in the Normanview Mall, including restaurants groceries and the movie theatre. Spacious living and dining area, patio faces open green space, storage room beside kitchen. Electrified parking stall included. Condo fee (includes: heat, water/sewer building insurance, maintenance, reserve fund and exterior upgrades, including new exterior siding and windows). Price is firm. Lockbox located inside the front entrance door.
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5 Inspiring Home Design and Remodelling Trends for 2021



We’ve all spent a lot more time at home over the past year. And for many of us, our homes have become our office, our classroom, our gym—and most importantly, our safe haven during times of uncertainty. So it’s no surprise to see that design trends for 2021 revolve around soothingcolour palettes, cozy character, and quiet retreats.


Even if you don’t have immediate plans to buy or sell your home, we advise our clients to be mindful of modern design preferences when planning a remodel or even redecorating. Over-personalized or unpopular renovations could lower your property’s value. And selecting out-of-style fixtures and finishes could cause your home to feel dated quickly.


To help inspire your design projects this year, we’ve rounded up five of the hottest trends. Keep in mind, not all of these will work well in every house. If you plan to buy, list, or renovate your property, give us a call. We can help you realize your vision and maximize the impact of your investment.



1. Uplifting Colours


Colours are gravitating toward warm and happy shades that convey a sense of coziness, comfort, and wellbeing. This year’s palettes draw from earthy hues, warm neutrals, and soothing blues and greens.1


While white and gray are still safe options, expect to see alternative neutrals become increasingly popular choices for walls, cabinets, and furnishings in 2021. For a fresh and sophisticated look, try one of these 2021 paint colours of the year:


  • Aegean Teal (coastal blue) by Benjamin Moore

  • Urbane Bronze (brownish-gray) by Sherwin-Williams

  • Soft Candlelight (muted yellow) by Valspar


On the opposite end of the spectrum, indigo, ruby, sapphire and plum are showing up on everything from fireplace mantels and floating shelves to fabrics and home accessories. These classic, rich hues can help bring warmth, depth, and a touch of luxury to your living space.


To incorporate these colours, designers recommend using the “60-30-10 Rule.” Basically, choose a dominant colour to cover 60% of your room. For example, your walls, rugs, and sofa might all be varying shades of beige or gray. Then layer in a secondary colour for 30% of the room. This might include draperies and accent furniture. Finally, select an accent colour for 10% of your room, which can be showcased through artwork and accessories.2

  

2. Curated Collections


After a decade of minimalism, there’s been a shift towards highly-decorative and personalized interiors that incorporate more colour, texture, and character. Clearly-defined styles (e.g., mid-century modern, industrial, modern farmhouse) are being replaced by a curated look, with furnishings, fixtures, and accessories that appear to have been collected over time.3


This trend has extended to the kitchen, where atmosphere has become as important as functionality. The ubiquitous all-white kitchen is fading in popularity as homeowners opt for unique touches that help individualize their space. If you’re planning a kitchen remodel, consider mixing in other neutrals—like gray, black, and light wood—for a more custom, pieced-together look. And instead of a subway tile backsplash, check out zellige tile (i.e., handmade, square Moroccan tiles) for a modern alternative with old-world flair.4



3. Reimagined Living Spaces


The pandemic forced many of us to rethink our home design. From multipurpose rooms to converted closets to backyard cottages, we’ve had to find creative ways to manage virtual meetings and school. And designers expect these changes to impact the way we live and work for years to come.


For example, some home builders are predicting the end of open-concept floor plans as we know them.5 Instead, buyers are searching for cozier spaces with more separation and privacy. Cue the return of walls and, in some cases, alcoves and sliding partitions that enable homeowners to section off rooms as needed.6


The necessity of a home office space is also here to stay. But what if you don’t have a dedicated room? Alternative workspaces have become increasingly popular. In fact, one of the biggest trends on Pinterest this year is the “cloffice”—essentially a spare closet turned home office. Searches for “home library design” and “bookshelf room divider” are on the rise, as well.7


4. Staycation-Worthy Retreats


With travel options limited right now, more homeowners are turning their vacation budgets into staycation budgets.8 Essentially, recreate the resort experience at home—and enjoy it 365 days a year!


Bedrooms should provide a soothing sanctuary for rest and relaxation. But this year, minimalist decor and muted colours are giving way to bolder statement pieces.3 To create a “boutique hotel” look in your own bedroom, start with a large, upholstered headboard in a rich colour or pattern. Layer on organic linen bedding and a chunky wool throw, then complete the look with a pair of matching bedside wall lights.9


Carry those vacation-vibes into your bathroom with some of the top luxury upgrades for 2021. Try a large, zero-entry shower for two, a floating vanity with hand-free faucets, or a radiant-heated floor for the ultimate spa-like experience.10


5. Outdoor Upgrades


From exercise to gardening to safer options for entertaining, the pandemic has led homeowners to utilize their outdoor spaces more than ever. In fact, backyard swimming pool sales skyrocketed in 2020, with many installers reporting unprecedented demand.11 But a new pool isn’t the only way homeowners can elevate their outdoor area this year.


Composite decks have become a favourite upgrade for their low-maintenance and durability. And in 2021, creative design elements are on the rise, including unique inlays, wider planks, and multiple deck board colours. Add stair or bistro lights for a touch of ambiance while enhancing safety and visibility.8



DESIGNED TO SELL


Are you contemplating a remodel? Want to find out how upgrades could impact the value of your home? Buyer preferences vary greatly by neighbourhood and price range. We can share our insights and offer tips on how to maximize the return on your investment. And if you’re in the market to sell, we can run a Comparative Market Analysis on your home to find out how it compares to others in the area. Contact us to schedule a free consultation!



Sources:

  1. HGTV Canada –
    https://www.hgtv.ca/decorating/photos/home-design-trends-for-2021-1942419/#

  2. The Spruce –

https://www.thespruce.com/timeless-color-rule-797859

  1. The Kit -
    https://thekit.ca/life/home/home-decor-trends-2021-inspiration/

  2. Houzz –

https://www.houzz.com/magazine/36-home-design-trends-ready-for-takeoff-in-2021-stsetivw-vs~142229851

  1. Zillow -
    https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/the-end-of-open-floor-plans-how-homes-will-look-different-after-coronavirus-301080662.html

  2. HGTV Canada -
    https://www.hgtv.ca/shows/family-home-overhaul/photos/the-top-design-trends-for-2021-according-to-hgtv-canada-design-experts-1943092/#currentSlide=5

  3. Pinterest -
    https://business.pinterest.com/content/pinterest-predicts/more-door/

  4. Canadian Contractor -
    https://www.canadiancontractor.ca/buildwire/decking-trends-for-2021/

  5. Homes & Gardens –
    https://www.homesandgardens.com/spaces/decorating/bedroom-trends-224944

  6. Canadian Interiors -
    https://www.canadianinteriors.com/2020/11/26/top-trends-to-impact-kitchen-and-bathroom-design-over-the-next-three-years-nkba/

  7. CTV News -
    https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/backyard-pool-sales-surge-during-the-covid-19-pandemic-1.4957596

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We have just listed this great property at 2344 Wallace ST in Regina.
Welcome to 2344 Wallace St! This 672 square foot 2 bedroom 1 bathroom home has just been COMPLETELY renovated and would be a great home for any first time home buyer or for a low maintenance rental property. This home sits on a 28'x125' lot in Regina's Broders Annex subdivision and is close to schools, shopping, bus routes and downtown! This home has been completely gutted and renovated from the inside out. The low maintenance exterior has received new windows throughout, siding, shingles, exterior doors, soffits/facia as well as both a front and rear deck! You enter the home into the 6'x11' porch that is insulated, but not heated (and thus not included in the square footage of the house) You then continue through another insulated glass door into the main open concept living room / dining room / kitchen area. This areas has all new insulation, drywall, vinyl plank flooring, kitchen cabinets with tile backsplash and a large pantry with a gorgeous sliding barn door. The main floor is completed with 2 good sized bedrooms and a beautiful bathroom that is fully tiled, has a new soaker tub, vanity with granite top and toilet. But the upgrades arent just cosmetic! This home has received a fully reinforced basement with bracing and pony walls on all 4 walls with a recent engineers report, as well as all new electrical, plumbing including new sewer and water lines to the city connections, and electrical throughout. This home is move in ready and quick possession is available!
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New Year, New Home? Set Homeownership Goals Whether You’re Buying, Selling, or Staying Put


The start of a new year always compels people to take a fresh look at their goals, from health and career to relationships and finance. But with historically low mortgage rates, increased home sales and price growth, and a tight housing inventory, the time is right to also make some homeownership resolutions for 2021.


Home buyers, is this the year you work to improve your credit score, pay down some debt, or save for a down payment? 


Home sellers, we’ve laid out plans for you to get top dollar for your property, including timing your home sale, making your property stand out from the crowd, and investing in your extra living space. 


And even if you’re staying put for awhile, homeowners, you can resolve to improve your status quo by evaluating your home budget, finalizing your home maintenance schedule, or maybe investing in a second property.


So no matter your homeownership status, we’ve got some ideas and advice for you to make this year your best one yet. Read on to learn more.



HOME BUYERS


Resolution #1: Qualify for a better mortgage with a higher credit score.

 

Your credit report highlights your current debt, bill-paying history, and other key financial information. Importantly for your home-buying journey, it is also used by lenders and companies to calculate your credit score, which partly determines if you are qualified to obtain a mortgage. Therefore, before you start house-hunting, make sure your finances are in the best possible shape by checking your credit report and credit score, available directly from Equifax and TransUnion.1

 

Your credit score will be a number ranging from 300-900. Generally speaking, a credit score of 725 or higher is considered very good to excellent.2 If your score drops below 725, you might need to work at boosting your score for a few months before you begin house-hunting. Ways to do this are to pay your bills on time every month, keep your credit card balances low, and avoid applying for new credit.3



Resolution #2: Improve your credit health by paying down debt.  


Do you have student loans, credit card debt, or car payments tying up your income each month? That debt is hurting your “buying power,” or the amount of home you can afford. Not only is it money that you can't spend on your new home, but your debt-to-income ratio also affects your credit score, which we discussed above. The less debt you have, the higher your score and the better mortgage you can obtain.


If you can, pay off some debt in its entiretylike a low balance on a credit card. Then apply that "extra" money you previously paid on that credit card to pay off bigger debt, like a car loan. Even if you can’t pay off all (or any) of your debt in full, reducing the balances of each account will help you qualify for the best possible mortgage terms.



Resolution #3: Create a financial safety net before applying for a mortgage. 


Don’t forget that buying a home requires some cash as well. The down payment depends on the home’s price, but the minimum is 5% for a purchase price of under $500,000, and closing costs range from 2-3%.4,5 You’ll also need money for moving expenses and any initial maintenance tasks that might pop up. And as the pandemic taught us, you never know when an unforeseen event might cause a job loss, drop in income, or health scare, so having some liquid savings will ensure that you can still pay your mortgage if a crisis occurs.


Dedicate some effort to building up your reserves. Cut down on unnecessary expenses, and consider having a portion of each paycheck automatically deposited into your savings account to avoid the temptation to spend it.



HOME SELLERS


Resolution #4: Decide on the right time to sell your home.


In a typical year, spring is when home sales spike in Canada. This might be the best time to take advantage of the price increase predicted by the Canadian Real Estate Association, which says, “The national average price is forecast to rise by 9.1% in 2021 to $620,400.”6


But sales price isn’t the only thing to consider. You might not be ready to sell your home yet because you don't want to uproot your kids during the school year or because you need to tackle some minor upgrades before placing your home on the market. 


This means that there is no one month or season that is the perfect time to sell your home. Instead, the right timeline for you takes into account factors such as when you’ll earn the highest profit, personal convenience, and whether your home is even ready to put on the market. A trusted real estate professional can talk you through your specific needs to clarify when to sell your home. 


 

Resolution #5: Boost your home’s resale value by making your property shine.


Housing inventory is at historic lows across the country, and that means the market is fiercely competitive.7 Selling your home in 2021 has the potential to net you a huge return right now, and you can maximize that amount with some simple fixes to make sure your property outshines your neighbors’ for sale down the street. 


In your home, you might need to tackle a minor remodeling project, such as upgrading the flooring or adding a fresh coat of paint. According to one remodeling impact report, simply refinishing existing hardwood floors recoups 100% of the cost at resale, and completely replacing it with new wood flooring recovers 106% of costs.8


Outside, you might consider improving your curb appeal by removing a dead bush, trimming a tree that blocks the front window, or power-washing your moldy driveway and sidewalks. In fact, real estate agents say cleaning the exterior of your house can add $10,000 to $15,000 to a home’s sale price.9 And improving a home’s landscaping may increase its value by 15 to 25%.10 


A good agent should provide custom-tailored suggestions to ensure your property pops inside and out. Ask us about our local insider secrets that will make your home stand out from others on the market.



Resolution #6: Invest in your “extra” living space to meet current buyers’ needs. 


Due to COVID-19, more people are staying at home to work, go to school, exercise, and stay entertained. And these lifestyle changes are showing up in home buyer preferences. For example, according to one study, buyers are looking more and more for homes with formal, outfitted home offices, private outdoor spaces, and updated kitchen appliances.11


So if you’ve got an underutilized room, consider turning it into an office, home gym, schoolroom, or multi-purpose room to meet current home buyer needs and attract better offers on your home. Got some underwhelming space outside? You could turn it into an outdoor entertainment area by adding a firepit, upgrading the patio furniture, or installing a grilling area. Be sure to consult with a local real estate professional before investing in a renovation, however, as each market’s buyers have different tastes.



HOMEOWNERS


Resolution #7: Evaluate your household budget to reflect financial changes.


After this past year, in particular, your financial picture may have changed. Maybe you were furloughed, had your hours reduced, or got a new job further from home. Perhaps you’ve kept the same job, but you’re now working remotely. A work-from-home arrangement could mean less money spent on gas, tolls, a professional wardrobe, and dining out for lunch. 


But this could also mean new (or increased) expenses now that you’re working at home, such as new tech-related purchases, faster Wi-Fi, and higher energy bills. January marks the perfect opportunity to update your income and expenses and review last year’s spending habits, tweaking as needed for 2021.


For more specific ideas, contact us for our free report "20 Ways to Save Money and Stretch Your Household Budget."



Resolution #8: Save money now (and earn more later) with a home maintenance plan. 


Having a schedule of regular home maintenance projects to tackle will save you money now and in the long-term. You’ll avoid some surprise “emergency fixes,” and when you’re ready to eventually sell your home, you’ll get higher offers from buyers who aren’t put off by overdue repairs.


Even if nothing necessarily needs fixing right now, you can lower your energy costs by maintaining and upgrading your home. For example, consider upgrading some features to ENERGY STAR high-efficiency products. You could save 10% in energy costs if you switch out your gas broiler, and up to 45% if you change your windows!12,13


For a breakdown of home maintenance projects to tackle throughout the year, contact us for our free report “House Care Calendar: A Seasonal Guide to Maintaining Your Home.”



Resolution #9: Invest in real estate for a better standard of living. 

 

Even if you don’t plan on leaving your current residence, real estate is a great way to improve your quality of life in 2021. 

 

Have cabin fever from the long quarantine? A vacation home in a getaway location you love lets you safely spread your wings. And if you have been looking for a second stream of income, an investment property might be your answer. Just be sure to consult with a real estate professional to get a realistic sense of a property’s true income potential.


Want more information on how a second property fits into your 2021 plans? Request our free report, "Move Up vs Second Home: Which One Is Right For You?"



LET US HELP YOU WITH YOUR 2021 GOALS

Without a plan and a support system, 73% of Canadians will break their new year’s resolutions.14 Whether you’re looking to buy, sell, or stay put in your home, it helps to connect with a trusted real estate agent to keep you motivated and on track.


As local market experts, we have the knowledge, experience, and networks to help you achieve your homeownership goals, whatever they may be. Reach out to us today for a free consultation and commit to a happy and prosperous new year.




Sources:

  1. Government of Canada -
    https://www.canada.ca/en/financial-consumer-agency/services/credit-reports-score/order-credit-report.html
  2. Equifax -
    https://www.consumer.equifax.ca/personal/education/credit-score/what-is-a-good-credit-score/ 
  3. Government of Canada -
    https://www.canada.ca/en/financial-consumer-agency/services/credit-reports-score/improve-credit-score.html 
  4. RateShop -
    https://www.rateshop.ca/page-minimum-down-payment-in-canada  
  5. Bank of Montreal -
    https://www.bmo.com/main/personal/mortgages/closing-costs/ 
  6. Canadian Real Estate Association -
    https://www.crea.ca/housing-market-stats/quarterly-forecasts/ 
  7. Canadian Mortgage Trends -
    https://www.canadianmortgagetrends.com/2020/12/tight-market-conditions-keep-home-sales-and-prices-at-historical-highs/
  8. National Association of Realtors -
    https://www.nar.realtor/sites/default/files/documents/2019-remodeling-impact-10-03-2019.pdf 
  9. House Logic -
    https://www.houselogic.com/save-money-add-value/add-value-to-your-home/adding-curb-appeal-value-to-home/ 
  10. Ottawa Citizen -
    https://ottawacitizen.com/life/homes/landscape-tips-to-increase-your-homes-value
  11. HomeLight -
    https://www.homelight.com/blog/top-agent-insights-for-q2-2020/
  12. Government of Canada -
    https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy-efficiency/spotlight-energy-efficiency/2020/10/21/23081
     
  13. Government of Canada -
    https://www.nrcan.gc.ca/energy-efficiency/spotlight-energy-efficiency/2020/11/26/winter-coming-top-tips-heat-your-home-less/23141 
  14. Ipsos -
    https://www.ipsos.com/en-ca/three-ten-31-canadians-will-set-new-years-resolution-yet-three-quarters-73-eventually-break-them 
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We have just listed this great property at 1207 Butterfield CRES N in Regina.
Welcome to 1207 Butterfield Crescent, an excellent 1000 square foot bi-level, located in the heart of family friendly Rochdale Park neighbourhood, and only steps from numerous parks, leisure centre and Public (plainsview), Catholic (St. Nicholas) or french immersion (centennial) schools! The main floor welcomes you in with a bright living room containing hardwood floors, and large picture window with an abundance of natural light. The spacious kitchen provides ample cabinet and counter space for cooking and entertaining, and flows nicely into a large dining area. Down the hall you'll find a four piece bath, and three good sized bedrooms, the master with its own three piece ensuite bath! The basement is fully finished, and boasts a large family room with gas fireplace, another three piece bath, utility/laudry facilities and a fourth bedroom with storage. The yard is landscaped, with a newer fence, two tiered deck, and plenty of space for your growing family! don't miss this great home. Come see it today!
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We have just listed this great property at 1444 Benjamin CRES N in Regina.
Check out this Lakeridge family home located steps away from Lakeridge Park North. This two-storey split offers 1635 sq.ft. of living space. On the main floor, there is a welcoming formal living room featuring a vaulted ceiling and a winding staircase to the second level. The kitchen features ample cabinetry and corner pantry. The dining area overlooks the backyard and has dir4ect access to the deck. Down a step is the spacious family room with a gas fireplace. A really special feature is the main floor guest bedroom. Finishing off the main is a 2-pce bath. On the second level, there is a good sized master bedroom with a walk-in closet and 3-pce ensuite. There are two more bedrooms and a 4-pce bath on the second level. The basement layout features a large rec room, office, bedroom, and 3-pce bathroom.
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We have just listed this great property at 925 Robinson ST in Regina.
Nice upgrades in this approx 750 square foot home. Very nice kitchen with newer oak cabinets and updated flooring. The main floor features original hardwood flooring and has upgraded light fixtures. There are updated PVC windows on the main level. Bathroom is also been updated in the past few years with tub surround oak cabinet and sink. There are two bedrooms upstairs. The basement has some partial development and appears to be very solid and features a high efficient furnace and upgraded electrical. The back yard is fenced and has a lawn area and an older single detached garage.
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We have just listed this great property at 4514 2nd AVE N in Regina.
Welcome to 4514 2nd Ave N! This 1950 built 585 square foot 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom home with a finished basement sits on a large 40'x150' lot backing a walking path on a quiet street in the Regent Park subdivision of Regina. You enter the freshly painted main floor of this home into the bright south facing living room. The master bedroom is also on the front of the house. The main floor is completed with a second bedroom, the renovated 4 piece bathroom and the kitchen with included stainless steel appliances and patio doors that lead to the large deck overlooking the massive fenced back yard with a 22'x30' garage pad. The basement is fully finished with a large rec room, another bedroom and the utility/laundry room with included washer and dryer.
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We have just listed this great property at 103 5301 Universal CRES in Regina.
Welcome to 103-5301 Universal Cres. This excellent condo is in immaculate shape, and features a bright and open floor plan. The open concept floor plan boasts a large living room, eat in kitchen with quartz counters, and stainless steel appliances. The master suite is massive, and features a walk-in closet, and access to the main bathroom. As a bonus you'll find a den (which can be used as a second bedroom) and a convenient laundry/storage room. The condo complex is located only steps from all Harbour Landing amenities, and contains a underground parking garage, car wash stall, gym, and movie theatre. Don't miss this fantastic property!
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We have just listed this great property at 1207 Butterfield CRES N in Regina.
Welcome to 1207 Butterfield Crescent, an excellent 1000 square foot bi-level, located in the heart of family friendly Rochdale Park neighbourhood, and only steps from numerous parks, leisure centre and Public (plainsview), Catholic (St. Nicholas) or french immersion (centennial) schools! The main floor welcomes you in with a bright living room containing hardwood floors, open dining area, and spacious kitchen. Down the hall you'll find a four piece bath, and three good sized bedrooms, the master with its own three piece ensuite bath! The basement is fully finished, and boasts a large family room with gas fireplace, another three piece bath, utility/laudry facilities and a fourth bedroom with storage. The yard is landscaped, with a newer fence, two tiered deck, and plenty of space for your growing family! don't miss this great home. Come see it today!
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We have just listed this great property at 36 Nollet AVE in Regina.
This is a one bedroom loft condo with approx 870 square feet located behind all shopping amenities of the Normanview Mall. Loft style end suite with good sized patio off front entry as well as a second floor balcony. Spacious living and dining area. In suite laundry and storage room.
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We have just listed this great property at 1756 MONTREAL ST in Regina.
Welcome to 1756 Montreal St! This 1955 built 924 square foot 5 bedroom, 2 bathroom raised bungalow sits on a 25'x125' lot in Regina's General Hospital subdivision just steps away from Core Community Park, bus routes and downtown. You enter this home into the porch that leads to the bright east facing living room with hardwood floors. You then pass through the kitchen which has tile flooring, granite counter tops, a beautiful tile back splash and included stove and stainless steel fridge and dishwasher. 3 good sized bedrooms and the main 4 piece bathroom with tile tub surround share updated vinyl plank flooring. The basement has 2 entrances which makes it a good candidate for a future basement suite. It has 2 bedrooms, a rec room, a 2 piece bathroom as well as the laundry in the utility area. This home also has a 20'x24' double detached insulated and heated garage in the back yard along with additional parking behind the garage. Quick possession is available!
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We have just listed this great property at 159 Deergrove CRES in Regina.
This spacious 1160 square foot bungalow is located at 159 Deergrove Crescent in Whitmore Park close to the university. This home features 3 bedrooms upstairs with a two piece bathroom off the master and 4 piece main bathroom with a jetted tub. The kitchen has recently been updated with a glass tile backsplash, lighting and sink. Nice living room with a gas fireplace is nicely separated from the bedrooms perfect for watching movies when the family is sleeping. The basement has some finishing and has potential for a bedroom, rec-room etc., but requires your finishing touches. This home is set up with potential for a basement suite with a separate back entrance. The large backyard features two large decks, natural gas BBQ hook up, underground sprinklers front and back, 2 storage sheds, plenty of trees, and perennials and provides a nice private space for you and your family. There are many updates in this home, please call to inquire or schedule a viewing for more information.
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We have just listed this great property at 291 Litzenberger CRES in Regina.
Welcome to 291 Litzenberger cres. This fantastic 1600 square foot 4 level split is perfect for a growing family! Located in the desirable Neighbourhood of Walsh Acres, this property is only steps away from from Henry Janzen and St. Bernadette schools, a brisk walk from Rochdale Blvd with all its amenities and shopping, and surrounded by numerous family friendly parks! The home sits on a large corner lot, and features a heated attached single car garage, is fenced with a patio, and plenty of grass for your kids to enjoy. The main floor of the house contains a bright living room, and a massive kitchen perfect for entertaining your family and friends. Upstair you will find three good sized bedrooms, and a full four piece bath. The third (lower) lever boasts a family room with a wood burning fireplace, a bedroom (no closet) and another three piece bath. The basement is fully developed with a second family room, another den (could be used as a fifth bedroom) and the utility/storage. This home needs nothing except new owners, so come see it today!
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We have just listed this great property at 30 4101 Preston CRES in Regina.
Welcome to #30 - 4101 Preston Cres. This spacious 1,062 square foot 2 bedroom 1 bathroom townhouse condo is in a fantastic Lakeridge location that is very close to schools, bus routes, and shopping amenities and is in fantastic condition. You enter this condo and head down the stairs to where there is a large porch and front closet. You continue into the open concept kitchen / living room / dining room area that all share laminate flooring. The maple kitchen features included Kitchen Aid fridge and ceramic top convection oven as well as a low decibel Bosch dishwasher. The second exit is through the kitchen and it leads to a private patio area that is great for a BBQ and some private outdoor space. The large master bedroom has his and hers closets and shares carpet flooring with the hallway the leads past the main 4 piece bathroom and in suite laundry to the other ample sized bedroom. The unit is completed with the utility room that has the high efficiency furnace and water heater, HRV, a sump pump and central air conditioning we well as plenty of room for storage. This condo also includes 2 electrified surface parking stalls. Condo fees are $220/month and include Exterior maintenance, Reserve fund, building insurance, snow removal, garbage and recycling pickup and lawn care.
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We have just listed this great property at 2514 Edward ST in Regina.
Welcome to River Heights. This South End bungalow is located at 2514 Edward Street. Offering 1,004 sq. ft. this home has easy access to Lewvan Drive, Regina Avenue, the Devonian bike path, and many local amenities. The main floor offers 3 bedrooms, a 4 piece bathroom, living room, dining area and kitchen. The basement is partially developed with 2 bedrooms, living room, storage room, 3 piece bathroom and a utility room. This home has a large yard site to develop your dream garage.
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