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Tips and Tricks to cool down during the Dog Days of Summer (pant, pant...)

So, even though summer arrived over a month ago, we are just starting to get that hot hot weather. Combine that heat with humidty, and it is almost impossible to find comfort, especially at night. The obvious choice for blissful sleeps in this weather is air conditioning. But, if your home doesn't have A/C, then here a few tips for "chilling" Bedding should be made out of cotton, a breathable fabric, ...

Saskatoon Neighbourhood Profile: Willowgrove

Why Willowgrove?     There are plenty of places in the city you can find single family homes, townhouses and Saskatoon condos for sale, but none as vibrant and on-the-grow as Willowgrove. Situated in the northeast area of Saskatoon, Willowgrove is a beautiful neighborhood that harkens back to more community-focused trends in urban development.  It’s a ‘best of both ...

What it means to me to be a CENTURY 21 agent

The CENTURY 21 name is a worldwide respected name in the real estate industry. I wanted to align myself with a company that has always been known for the integrity of their organization and the dedication to their people. The training I received when I was a new agent, along with the approach of fellow CENTURY 21 agents believing in team work and the "pay it forward" assistance to new agents gave ...
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Nutana - The Neighbourhood with Character

First established in 1883, the Nutana area was the original settlement of what now makes up the city of Saskatoon. The Temperance Colonization Society, a group of Toronto Methodists, established the first permanent settlement after choosing it as a suitable colony site. Given the history of the area, the neighbourhood is very mature, housing several historical buildings, as well as beautiful over-hanging ...

How to Reduce Your Income Tax When Self-Employed

Many of us become self-employed because we are either looking for financial freedom, or looking to earn extra cash so that we can save a down payment for our home. The safest way to start earning self-employed income is start it on the side while keeping your current full-time job. This brings us to the important question; what deductions am I allowed so that I reduce my income tax as a result of these ...

Supporting a local charity in a big way!

This truck, affectionally named Snakebit, was recently auctioned off at the Barrett Jackson auction in Scottsdale, Arizona. Built, created, and donated by a team of experts from Saskatoon they were able to raise over $450,000! The truck, a 1956 Ford F-100 pickup truck that was merged with a Shelby Mustang and a 5.4-litre V8 engine, was auctioned off with the help of Saskatoon native ...

Need Something to do with the Kids this Weekend?

Saskatoon's Premier Winter Festival starts this weekend!! PotashCorp WinterShines runs from January 25 to February 2 down at the River Landing Farmer's Market. There are several great events to entertain the whole family; World-Class Ice Carving Winter Camp in the City Warm the Heart Soup Cookoff Ice Park Petting Zoo Ice Rink Sleigh Rides Pony Rides and much more! Take a look at their ...

Asbestos is not the Bestos

As most people know, if you are purchasing a home with less than a 20% down payment you are required to have your mortgage insured by CMHC or Genworth. These insurers have their own set of conditions that your home must pass in order for them to allow your mortgage to be funded.   Did you know that if the insurer discovers that there is Vermiculite insulation in the attic of your potential ...

19th Annual Spooktacular

  19th Annual Spooktacular WHERERJ Haney Heritage Village and MuseumWHENSaturday, October 26, 2013 to Sunday, October 27, 2013TIMEGates open at 4:45pm The 19th Annual Spooktacular takes place on Saturday, Oct 26th and Sunday, Oct 27th at RJ Haney Heritage Village and Museum. Gates open at 4:45pm. The Haunted House and Spook Trail open at dark. Ghouls and ghosts under 16 must be accompanied ...

Focus On...Caswell Hill!

Caswell Hill got its name from an early homesteader, Robert Caswell, one of the Temperance Colonists of 1883. It's an area with a mix of beautiful character homes first built around 1905, tiny war-time houses, and newer houses.  Caswell Hill is a diverse community nestled between two thriving economic areas, the downtown core and 33rd Street. Streets are laid out east and west, avenues are laid ...
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