The historic Third Avenue United Church is hitting the market. The church's congregation will meet next week to approve a plan to sell the 99-year-old downtown building with the hope someone will buy and renovate it as a 1,000-seat concert hall or arts centre.
REGINA – New population numbers released today by Statistics Canada show that Saskatchewan grew by 6,606 people in the third quarter of 2012 to an all-time high of 1,086,564.
More affordable housing will be comming on stream shortly. On Friday ground was broken for Blairemore Landing, a 75-unit project, that is part of the HeadStart on a Home (HeadStart) program.
WEstern Canadian farmland is soaring in value, as farmers expand their lands and look to cash in on high crop prices, a report by real estate organization RE/MAX said on Monday.
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Like urban real estate, the estimated value of farmland in Saskatchewan is booming, rising by an estimated average of 10.1 per cent in the last six months of 2011 alone, according to new report by Farm Credit Canada.
The ideal balance of buyers and sellers in 2011 resulted in a modest 5% increase in the average residential selling price in Saskatoon which increased to $309,835.00.