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Welcome to this beautiful 1457SQFT craftsman style two-storey semi detached in Warman SK. Featuring covered exterior entrance, triple pane windows.Complete with single detached garage.

Bright and open kitchen with maple cabinetry & walk-in pantry.

Just off the eat up Island is the dining room which is very spacious and over looks the back yard.

The 2nd floor features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms. Big master bedroom with a walk in closet and ensuite bath.

Very Convenient 2nd floor laundry.

 Tons of space in the basement with 9ft basement ceilings, HE furnace and water heater, upgraded water protective foundation membrane. PINKWOOD floor joists. 

Also enjoy the luxury of having no neighbours behind you while sitting on the brand new deck enjoying the gorgeous sunset.

Don't miss out on this incredible house at an amazng price!

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It is a great honour to have been handpicked as one of the Top 3 Real Estate Agents in Saskatoon, SK by Three Best Rated. It has been a very productive year for myself navigating around the current market conditions and making it one of my best years thus far. This includes receiving two awards from Realty Executives, one being an International Award. Also, It is a great privilege to be a part of the Trusted Saskatoon team in which I was chosen out of over 500 Realtors.

As a very hard working Realtor, I pride myself in providing the highest quality of service and resources to all of my clients. My first time home buyers get the exact same treatment as my Million dollar clients. I love being able to have such a wide Horizon of the entire real estate market. What ever your needs are, I have you covered.

Please give me a call if you are in the market to buy a home or sell your home as I have an extensive marketing background to get your property SOLD!


I would like to take a minute to thank all my clients', friends and family(also my two pups, Halo and Lucy...Says everyone who owns a dog) from the bottom of my heart for the on going support. I would not be where I am without all of you. Big thank you to the Trusted Saskatoon team for the trust and support.

Bring it on 2016!

Scott Dolan

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Beautiful upgraded condo in the heart of downtown with spectacular views! Close to UofS, Downtown, Transit. Full sound proofed concrete building.Open concept with tons of cabinet and counter space. Counters are Michelangelo Granite, S/S appliances

Full sound proofed concrete building. Big low E windows, newer heating and cooling system and upgraded electrical all done in 2009.

This one bedroom, one bathroom unit is perfect for the working professional downtown or the hardworking UofS student!

Unit comes with in suite laundry hook up and also one surface parking stall. Tough to find a beautifully renovated unit downtown and one block from the river at this price!

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Welcome to 306 Eaton Lane!

Great 3Bed, 3Bath 2 Storey on quiet cres in Rosewood.

Bright and open family room leads you into the kitchen which comes with Granite Counters, eat up Bar and S/S Appliances.

Beautiful Dining Room with upgraded lighting.

Half bath just off Dining Room. Upgraded Wool carpet on the 2nd floor and in all bedrooms. Crown Molding throughout entire house.

Big deck leads into massive yard where there is tons of room for the kids or pets to run!

With the biggest lot on the block this house is a must see!


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Welcome to this stunning luxury condo in the historic  award winning King George Building.

This concrete building has been fully renovated and with an exceptional downtown location a few blocks from Starbucks, Mid-town Plaza, restaurants and shopping galore!

Unit has floor to ceiling windows providing spectacular natural light. Large great room with hardwood flooring, south facing with garden doors to large balcony.

Amazing desinger kitchen with high end stainless steel appliances and built in wine fridge.

Well-appointed main bathroom with granite counter top, slate floors and desinger sink.

Huge master bedroom with triple closets and large ensuite bathroom with double sinks and roomy shower.

Second room which has a closet and some unique glass block can be used as second Bedroom or Den.

Unit comes with Washer/Dryer, Furnace, A/C unit and good size personal storage in basement of building, and 2 Underground Heated parking stalls. Also, enjoy the rooftop patio with BBQ and natural gas fireplace.

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Scott Dolan a Trusted Saskatoon Realtor shares some tips to find out if it is a best fit to move vs renovate.

Homes are rarely, if ever, one-size-fits-all. As your life changes, so can your housing needs. At some point, the big question arises: Should we stay or should we go?

A layout that’s spacious and convenient to a first-time buyer can seem cramped and congested by the time you add kids, pets or a home office to your life. Whether to sell or to stay put depends on many factors, both financial and emotional. Consider these key questions before staking the “For Sale” sign.

Will your current home fit your changing lifestyle?

“A new job, a growing family, an empty nest — these are a few of the most common triggers for moving,”  “And financial priorities are most often changing right in step with household needs, so it makes sense to look at your whole picture with respect to housing and financing costs,” she says.

Could renovation be the answer? 

If lack of space is your biggest concern, options may include finishing the basement or attic, adding an extension or reconfiguring a floor plan to suit your needs. Or, if it’s a change of scene you’re looking for, think about whether an updated décor, new appliances or finishes would be enough to help you fall in love with your dwelling all over again. “The equity you’ve already built in your home may be able to help secure financing for the renovations you want,”

Would it be more cost-effective to renovate or move?

It could be cheaper to buy your dream home ready-made rather than create it, depending on the features you’re looking for. Visiting open houses that meet your wish list, and then comparing those prices with what you’d have to spend to get similar results in your existing home, may prove helpful.

What’s the market like in your area?

When considering whether or not to put a home up for sale, a market analysis may be a good early step to take. The biggest factor in your home’s sale could be the market conditions in your neighbourhood — even on your particular street — compared with other homes. Your professional real estate agent should be able to help you with these comparisons.

How attached are you to your neighbourhood and your neighbours? 

Sure, you’ll plan to keep in touch, but moving away from a beloved community can be a big change for family members. How much do you each rely on your neighbours and local amenities like schools, churches, libraries and shops?

Are you willing to take on a new mortgage? 

Stepping up the property ladder can be a way to build more equity for the future, while downsizing can help you work toward becoming mortgage-free sooner. “Mortgage options aren’t ‘one-size-fits-all’ today,” I send you to the right mortgage broker to make the process seamless.

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This is an article written about me by the Trusted Saskatoon directory team . I am a proud to be one of just 3 verified Trusted Saskatoon Real Estate Professionals in the city.   

Original article : Trusted team brag about Scott Dolan Trusted Saskatoon real estate agent posted by Trusted Saskatoon | January 15, 2013 09:57 

When you are looking to buy or sell a property, there are a few very important things we all have in mind. You want to work with someone who knows their stuff, knows the market, can handle all of your questions….someone who can handle all the details. Perhaps the most important is working with someone that you trust. is happy to introduce our newest partner in the Saskatoon Real Estate category… Scott Dolan is a Trusted Saskatoon real estate agent!

Trusted Saskatoon realtor Scott Dolan

When you choose to work with Scott Dolan a Trusted Saskatoon Realtor, you are working with a true professional who is working FOR YOU. When you meet with Scott, you will find an easy-going and incredibly genuine person who is truly there to help you with your specific needs. Finding your new home should be one of the best experiences in your life! 

Working with Scott, you are working with someone who puts your needs first – how refreshing! In addition to his education in Real Estate, Scott has a background in construction, and his experience in carpentry lends itself very well to his real estate career…. You can trust that Scott will be there to give you honest advice on your property, regardless of whether you are buying or selling. Always striving to be of value to his clients, Scott’s Facebook page has a wealth of information about your home – from real estate news to mortgage information, even tips on decorating and trends...and his clients love him !!

Jacqueline Rybchinski said " I would love to nominate our realtor! We listed our house at the beginning of May. We explained to Scott Dolan that we just recently had a baby and we are growing out of our house. We wanted to move quickly but wanted to be sure we got a fair market value for our house. He was sure to research the market for our area. We listed and had a few viewings all of which Scott made sure we had plenty of time to vacate our house always taking into consideration that we have children to pack up. He was dedicated and understood our urgency to get out of our house making sure to have open houses on the weekend for us. Our house was only listed for 3.5 weeks and we had a great offer come our way! All along the way Scott was very helpful in assisting us to find a home to move onto. He understood what was important to us in a new home. He found quite a few suitable listings for us to look at. In the end he helped assist us in finding what we think is our dream home. I can not begin to explain how thankful we are to have had such an amazing realtor! I think that Scott Dolan should be listed on this website as he is a powerful resource for anyone who is in the market to buy or sell a home! He went above and beyond to help us with tge sale of our old house and to help us find our new house! I suggested for a friend to use him and she had her house sold in less than a week. Then he called and thanked me for the referral by giving us a referral gift! It was very thoughtful!" 

Scott Dolan is your Trusted Saskatoon Realtor – working hard to find the right fit for you and your family! Give him a call – you will be glad you did! 

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Stunning 1253 sq.ft. walkout Bungalow on large lot, backing green space and walking trails.

 The perfect location to be in! 3 bed, 3 bath open concept with tons of room to entertain.

Kitchen is equipped with S/S appliances including a gas stove! Tons counter and cabinet space including an eat up island and under cabinet lighting

 Basement is completely developed with a games room, family room, bedroom, bathroom, laundry and tons of storage space.

Enjoy the scenery and prairie sunsets on the big double tiered deck. 

This home is a must see!

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Luxury with incredible attention focused to detail makes this 1,378sq ft raised bungalow a must see! 





3bed, 2bath very well thought out floor plan.




Home comes with ugrades galore including cabinetry, flooring, lighting and 4 top of the line appliances.




Comes complete with finished covered deck. Right in the heart of booming Evergreen with amenities mins away!



Proud to be 1of3 Realtors chosen out of over 500 to be a Trusted Saskatoon Realtor!




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Have you ever wondered what some of the best project's are to add more value to your home. I hear a lot about kitchens and bathrooms and I will admit they both bring a lot of value to your home. How ever, in reality there are a few other options to consider as well. Top 10 Home projects Nationally in terms of costs recouped at re-sale.


Project 1

Entry door replacement (midrange) 

         National average of costs recouped at resale: 101.8% 


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Home Evaluation

Find the Value of Your Home on the Real Estate Market With the Click of a Mouse!

Please click this link and it will take you directly to my online Home Evaluation system. The answers to your home-selling questions are just a click away! Let me help you find the value of your home. By running a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA), I'll find the value of your property on the current real estate market.



Through the Comparative Market Analysis, I can evaluate the prices of properties similar to yours that have recently sold in your area. This analysis will give you a better idea of your property's market value, one of the first - and essential! - steps as you prepare to sell your home. All it takes is a few quick minutes to complete and submit the form below. Then let my system do the work for you! I'll contact you as soon as I have the results.

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Beautiful home in City Park where original character meet's a touch of modern.



This home has 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, newer kitchen complete with all new appliances.



Best of all, the original Hardwood floor from 1928! The basement is 90% complete and has a ton of custom build cabinets. Back yard features a nice patio area with greenspace for the kids to play. The final peice to this gem is a one of a kind custom Timber framed garage with room for a small loft area.



Close to the river, City Hospital and the famous City Perks Coffee shop! Call me today to view this amazing property! 


If you happen to be in the area today stop in to the public open house from 12:30-2:00

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The one question I get asked the most is what are your top 3 tips for selling homes – what can sellers do to improve their chances of getting their asking price no matter what area code they live in?

  1. First – "Price reasonably with consideration of your property condition and the neighborhood. Come to a price as if the house wasn’t your own."
  2. Second – "Make sure the house is VERY clean, many times potential buyers will focus on that as opposed to the space. "
  3. Third – "Edit, edit, edit! Take out all of the unnecessary items in your home to make it look larger. (i.e. photos, excess furniture)."


I will work for you every step of the way! My combination of skill, experience, and technology ensures that I can sell your home for the highest possible price and in the shortest period of time. I have the tools to meet the demands of a highly competitive, modern market.

My Unique Automated Internet Marketing System Online Presence: Available 24 hours a day!

My online marketing system allows me to make information accessible 24-hours a day, and to respond immediately and directly to each and every prospective buyer. From my website, prospective buyers can get information immediately about your home. They can access my site 24 hours a day and view your property listing! Through my Personal Home Search, your listing will be sent by e-mail to every prospective buyer in my database, where your home meets their criteria. Plus it will be e-mailed automatically to future prospective buyers as well.

Traditional Marketing

As soon as you list your home with me, I will enter your home in the Multiple Listing Service (MLS) database. Other agents can immediately access your property information by computer. Plus, your property will be included in any printed MLS books. I also regularly publish in magazines and newspapers in the area and send out direct mail pieces to potential buyers.

Pricing Your Home

When you think about it, there are several other homes for sale competing with your home. I will help you price your home competitively to attract qualified buyers. The way I do this is by generating a Comparative Market Analysis (CMA) report, which will show you a range of prices being paid for homes in your area. You can complete my online form to get a feel for your home's market value.

Every Step Of The Way...

Remember, I will be working for you every step of the way to make sure that you get the highest possible price for your home in the shortest period of time.

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Buying a home is one of the biggest financial and lifestyle decisions you will make, this guide will help you make an informed decision.




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With 2015 just around the corner it may be time to freshen some spaces up. Here I share the hottest trends for 2015.

21 Hot Housing Trends for 2015

Everyone wants to be hip, and the latest trends in design can help distinguish one home from another. And it’s not all flash; many new home fads are geared to pare maintenance and energy use and deliver information faster. Here’s a look at what’s coming.

This time of the year, we hear from just about every sector of the economy what’s expected to be popular in the coming year. Foodies with their fingers on the pulse of the restaurant industry and hot TV chefs will tell us to say goodbye to beet-and-goat cheese salad and hello roasted cauliflower, and there’s no end to the gadgets touted as the next big thing.

In real estate, however, trends typically come slowly, often well after they appear in commercial spaces and fashion. And though they may entice buyers and sellers, remind them that trends are just that—a change in direction that may captivate, go mainstream, then disappear (though some will gain momentum and remain as classics). Which way they’ll go is hard to predict, but here are 21 trends that experts expect to draw great appeal this year:

  1. Coral shades. A blast of a new color is often the easiest change for sellers to make, offering the biggest bang for their buck. Sherwin-Williams says Coral Reef (#6606) is 2015’s color of the year because it reflects the country’s optimism about the future. “We have a brighter outlook now that we’re out of the recession. But this isn’t a bravado color; it’s more youthful, yet still sophisticated,” says Jackie Jordan, the company’s director of color marketing. She suggests using it outside or on an accent wall. Pair it with crisp white, gray, or similar saturations of lilac, green, and violet.
  2. Open spaces go mainstream. An open floor plan may feel like old hat, but it’s becoming a wish beyond the young hipster demographic, so you’ll increasingly see this layout in traditional condo buildings and single-family suburban homes in 2015. The reason? After the kitchen became the home’s hub, the next step was to remove all walls for greater togetherness. Design experts at Nurzia Construction Corp. recommend going a step further and adding windows to better meld indoors and outdoors.
  3. Off-the-shelf plans. Buyers who don’t want to spend time or money for a custom house have another option. House plan companies offer myriad blueprints to modify for site, code, budget, and climate conditions, says James Roche, whose firm has 40,000 choices. There are lots of companies to consider, but the best bets are ones that are updating layouts for today’s wish lists—open-plan living, multiple master suites, greater energy efficiency, and smaller footprints for downsizers (in fact, Roche says, their plans’ average now is 2,300 square feet, versus 3,500 a few years ago). Many builders will accept these outsiders’ plans, though they may charge to adapt them.
  4. Freestanding tubs. Freestanding tubs may conjure images of Victorian-era opulence, but the newest iteration from companies like Kohler shows a cool sculptural hand. One caveat: Some may find it hard to climb in and out. These tubs complement other bathroom trends: open wall niches and single wash basins, since two people rarely use the room simultaneously.
  5. Quartzite. While granite still appeals, quartzite is becoming the new hot contender, thanks to its reputation as a natural stone that’s virtually indestructible. It also more closely resembles the most luxe classic—marble—without the drawbacks of staining easily. Quartzite is moving ahead of last year’s favorite, quartz, which is also tough but is manmade.
  6. Porcelain floors. If you’re going to go with imitation wood, porcelain will be your 2015 go-to. It’s less expensive and wears as well as or better than the real thing, says architect Stephen Alton. Porcelain can be found in traditional small tiles or long, linear planks. It’s also available in numerous colors and textures, including popular one-color combos with slight variations for a hint of differentiation. Good places to use this material are high-traffic rooms, hallways, and areas exposed to moisture.
  7. Almost Jetson-ready. Prices have come down for technologies such as web-controlled security cameras and motion sensors for pets. Newer models are also easier to install and operate since many are powered by batteries, rather than requiring an electrician to rewire an entire house,says Bob Cooper at Zonoff, which offers a software platform that allows multiple smart devices to communicate with each other. “You no longer have to worry about different standards,” Cooper says.
  8. Charging stations. With the size of electronic devices shrinking and the proliferation of Wi-Fi, demand for large desks and separate home office is waning. However, home owners still need a dedicated space for charging devices, and the most popular locations are a corner of a kitchen, entrance from the garage, and the mud room. In some two-story Lexington Homes plans, a niche is set aside on a landing everyone passes by daily.
  9. Multiple master suites. Having two master bedroom suites, each with its own adjoining bathroom, makes a house work better for multiple generations. Such an arrangement allows grown children and aging parents to move in for long- or short-term stays, but the arrangement also welcomes out-of-town guests, according to Nurzia Construction. When both suites are located on the main level, you hit the jackpot.
  10. Fireplaces and fire pits. The sight of a flame—real or faux—has universal appeal as a signal of warmth, romance, and togetherness. New versions on the market make this amenity more accessible with more compact design and fewer venting concerns. This year, be on the lookout for the latest iteration on this classic: chic, modern takes on the humble wood stove.
  11. Wellness systems. Builders are now addressing environmental and health concerns with holistic solutions, such as heat recovery ventilation systems that filter air continuously and use little energy, says real estate developer Gregory Malin of Troon Pacific. Other new ways to improve healthfulness include lighting systems that utilize sunshine, swimming pools that eschew chlorine and salt by featuring a second adjacent pool with plants and gravel that cleanse water, and edible gardens starring ingredients such as curly blue kale.
  12. Storage. The new buzzword is “specialized storage,” placed right where it’s needed. “Home owners want everything to have its place,” says designer Jennifer Adams. More home owners are increasingly willing to pare the dimensions of a second or third bedroom in order to gain a suitably sized walk-in closet in their master bedroom, Alton says. In a kitchen, it may mean a “super pantry”—a butler’s pantry on steroids with prep space, open storage, secondary appliances, and even a room for wrapping gifts. “It minimizes clutter in the main kitchen,” says architect Fred Wilson of Morgante-Wilson.
  13. Grander garages. According to Troon Pacific, the new trends here include bringing the driveway’s material into the garage, temperature controls, sleek glass doors, specialized zones for home audiovisual controls, and a big sink or tub to wash pets. For home owners with deeper pockets, car lifts have gone residential so extra autos don’t have to be parked outside.
  14. Keyless entry. Forget your key (again)? No big deal as builders start to switch to biometric fingerprint door locks with numerical algorithms entered in a database. Some systems permit home owners to track who entered and when, says Malin of Troon Pacific.
  15. Water conservation. The concerns of drought-ravaged California are spreading nationwide. Home owners can now purchase rainwater harvesting tanks and cisterns, graywater systems, weather-controlled watering stations, permeable pavers, drought-tolerant plants, and no- or low-mow grasses.
  16. Salon-style walls. Instead of displaying a few distinct pieces on a wall, the “salon style” trend features works from floor to ceiling and wall-to-wall. Think Parisian salon at the turn of the century. HGTV designer Taniya Nayak suggests using a common denominator for cohesiveness, such as the same mat, frame color, or subject matter. Before she hangs works, she spaces them four to five inches apart, starting at the center and at eye level and working outward, then up and down. She uses Frog Tape to test the layout since it doesn’t take paint off walls. Artist Francine Turk also installs works this way, but prefers testing the design on the floor like a big jigsaw puzzle.
  17. Cool copper. First came pewter; then brass made a comeback. The 2015 “it” metal is copper, which can exude industrial warmth in large swaths or judiciously in a few backsplash tiles, hanging fixture, or pots dangling from a rack. The appeal comes from the popularity of industrial chic, which Restoration Hardware’s iconic style has helped promote, says designer Tom Segal.
  18. Return to human scale. During the McMansion craze, kitchens got so big they almost required skates to get around. This year we’ll see a return to a more human, comfortable scale, says Mark Cutler, chief designer of design platform nousDecor. In many living or family rooms that will mean just enough space for one conversation grouping, and in kitchens one set of appliances, fewer countertops, and smaller islands.
  19. Luxury 2.0. Getting the right amount of sleep can improve alertness, mood, and productivity, according to the National Sleep Foundation. With trendsetters such as Arianna Huffington touting the importance of sleep, there’s no doubt this particular health concern will go mainstream this year. And there’s no space better to indulge the desire for quality rest than in a bedroom, says designer Jennifer Adams. “Everyone is realizing the importance of comfort, quality sleep, and taking care of yourself,” she says. To help, Adams suggests stocking up on luxury bedding, a new mattress, comfortable pillows, and calming scents.
  20. Shades of white kitchens. Despite all the variations in colors and textures for kitchen counters, backsplashes, cabinets, and flooring, the all-white kitchen still gets the brass ring. “Seven out of 10 of our kitchens have some form of white painted cabinetry,” says builder Peter Radzwillas. What’s different now is that all-white does not mean the same white, since variations add depth and visual appeal. White can go from stark white to creamy and beyond to pale blue-gray, says Radzwillas. He also notes that when cabinets are white, home owners can choose bigger, bolder hardware.
  21. Outdoor living. Interest in spending time outdoors keeps mushrooming, and 2015 will hold a few new options for enhancing the space, including outdoor showers adjacent to pools and hot tubs along with better-equipped roof decks for urban dwellers. Also expect to see improvements in perks for pets, such as private dog runs and wash stations, says landscape architect Jean Garbarini of Damon Farber Associates.


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Scott Dolan a Trusted Saskatoon Real Estate agent shares tips on buying a home over the Holiday Season.


Buying or selling your home is the most important financial decision for most ... and it is also one of the most important life decisions. Your home is where the heart is - where children grow, families and friends gather, and many lifetime memories are made. Trust your decisions about real estate to someone who knows the importance of your home.... 

Scott Dolan with Realty Executives continually strives to provide the highest professional standards in order to exceed all of your real estate expectations. If you would like some up to the minute information on ANY property, just give Scott a quick call......he can help!  Scott Dolan with Realty Executives Saskatoon is a Trusted Saskatoon expert for all your real estate needs.

Here Scott shares a tip on What You Need to Know About Buying a Home During the Holiday Season:

If you’re house hunting over the holidays, you’re likely a serious buyer with an immediate need. Perhaps you have to relocate for a new job opportunity, or there’s been a change in your personal life? Regardless, while you may assume it’s not an ideal time to be looking — namely because there isn’t much to look at — there are some advantages to buying this time of year.

Less competition


Let’s start with the obvious one: less competition. This lowers the chances of multiple offers and bidding wars (something we saw a lot of last spring/summer), and should translate into a bigger discount for you. Know your market! This is where my website comes in handy Start your research for comps in your area and to see what homes are selling for.



Serious home sellers


Why would sellers pick such an inconvenient time — while everyone is busy entertaining family and friends and enjoying the spirit of the holidays — to list their properties? Probably because they need to sell and may feel compelled to do so before the end of the year for tax purposes. What this means for you: less hassle when it comes to negotiating; a greater willingness, on the part of the seller, to agree to concessions; less chance of the seller waffling; and greater respect for your offer, even if it’s a little lower than the seller was perhaps expecting.

Faster mortgage approval


Lenders aren’t as busy this time of year, and less volume could mean faster approval. Some lenders might even be willing to reduce fees during the off-peak season in hopes of gaining your business. Regardless, don’t just go with the first lender who comes along. It pays to shop around. Get multiple quotes and check out lender reviews.



Greater affordability


Sure, home prices have been rising, but they’re typically lower in December than during any other month (so you don’t have to be as aggressive with your initial first offer, compared with buying during peak to high season).  Third quarter Real Estate Market Reports showed home value appreciation slowing. As we enter the slower home shopping season many overheated markets are moving away from bubble brink and ultimately becoming more affordable than they have been historically. If you want to take advantage of low interest rates, the time to act is now.


Scott Dolan is your Trusted Saskatoon Realtor – working hard to find the right fit for you and your family! Give him a call – you will be glad you did!  



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