Welcome to the ‘Daisy Lane’ Acreage, just outside of Saskatoon, SK

Welcome to the ‘Daisy Lane’ Acreage, just outside of Saskatoon, SK

Offered at $875,000 MLS®

View still images of this home here.

Attention horse enthusiasts. Located just 17 kms south-east of Saskatoon, off Highway 16 E (Daisy Lane), this amazing property offers close to 22 acres. You’ll appreciate a new level of privacy as the home is nicely sheltered by mature trees. There are number of great features ideal for those interested in keeping horses. Horse shelters, paddocks, two barns including a 32×36 building, more recently constructed, that is insulated and heated, has three horse stalls and a tack and feed room. The land is a definite highlight, but we’re pretty sure you’ll be impressed with this amazing home as well. Arch rib construction and wood finishes give it an impressive look from the driveway, and it just gets better as you venture inside. Many natural wood finishings including Douglas fir and cedar accents, rough-cut hand scraped pine, and even an African Babinga wood live-edge counter top provide a uniquely interesting home that is a joy to entertain in. We’ll let our pictures and 3D tour do their job to help you explore this beauty. In addition to the house, there is a self-contained one-bedroom mother-in-law suite that is currently leased for $1,000 per month. A high-pressure water line delivers fresh water to this home from SaskWater.

Single professionals or couples are most likely best suited for this two bedroom home, which features a spacious and open floor plan, ideal for entertaining.

Please, take the 3D tour above and be sure to get up close to the windows where you can begin to appreciate the views that you’ll enjoy daily in your new home.

Interested parties should contact Brett McClelland at 306-260-7086 for details and showing arrangements.

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Saskatoon real estate week in review: June 18-24, 2017

The final week of spring shaped up to be the strongest sales week so far this year. Saskatoon real estate agents reported 103 firm trades to the multiple listing service®, up from 90 the previous week and topping sales for the same period of 2016 by 25.

The number of new listings added to the MLS® slipped lower for the second week in a row. A total of 197 Saskatoon homes were added to the system for a weekly drop of six, and an annual decline of eight.

The inventory of active residential listings offered for sale on the Saskatoon multiple listing service® fell lower for the first time in a month. This would be the first time in 2017 that inventory has declined during a week that did not include the final day of the month when numerous expired listings typically drive numbers lower. As of this morning, there are 2223 active listings for sale within the city limits. That’s down 28 units from last week’s close, but still up from a year earlier when Saskatoon home buyers had a selection of 2175 properties to choose from. The largest annual gains are recorded in the single-family homes category which has grown from 1159 at this time last year to 1224 today. Condominium inventory shows more modest annual growth as that category sits at 838 today, up just 11 units from a year earlier.

With softer than normal sales above the $500,000 mark, and brisk activity at price points below $300,000 both the weekly median price and the average fell hard to just $310,000 and $330,327 respectively. Both of our longer term measures followed the same downward path. The six-week average price slipped almost six thousand dollars from a week earlier to close at $348,000. That number is down nine thousand dollars from where it stood at the close of the same week last year. The four-week median price tumbled thirteen thousand dollars this week to $322,000 recording an annual decline of twenty thousand dollars.

For the first time in many weeks there were no reports of overbid sales, however, four lucky sellers did manage to get their full asking price on their sale. The remaining 99 trades closed at a price that was below the listed price with an average discount of $10,396.

I’m always happy to answer your Saskatoon real estate questions.  All of my contact info is here. Please feel free to call or email.

Norm Fisher
Royal LePage Vidorra

Saskatoon real estate week in review: June 11-17, 2017

Coming off of the softest sales week in the past two months the number of Saskatoon homes reported sold to the multiple listing service® rebounded to 90, up 22 from the previous week, just two units below sales for the same period last year.

Meanwhile, the number of new residential listings that were added to the MLS® fell significantly. This past week, 203 homes hit the Saskatoon real estate market, down 57 from the preceding period. During the same week last year 208 homes were counted as new listings.

Week 24 of 2017 proved to be another record breaker when it comes to total active residential listings for sale through the MLS® system. That number climbed to 2251 as the week drew to a close, up 21 from the previous week’s close, to finish the period higher than it was a year earlier by 117 units. The number of single-family homes for sale within the Saskatoon city limits is now at 1243, up from 1127 a year earlier. Condo inventory is at 842, up from 810 last year at this time. If inventory trends continue to follow the pattern that we’ve seen over the past two years we will likely reach our peak over the next couple of weeks, and then see those numbers begin to decline.

With 35 of this week’s sales topping to $400,000 mark, the weekly median price surged higher by eighteen thousand dollars to $360,000. The weekly average moved up by nearly 25K to $367,747. This change boosted up the longer-term measures, both of which had been sliding steadily for the last few weeks. The six-week average grew by more than three thousand dollars to hit $353,950 for an annual loss of roughly five thousand dollars. The four-week median price gained two grand from a week earlier reaching $335,000 to record a year-over-year decline of seven thousand dollars.

Overbid activity saw a modest uptick as sales increased. Three sellers found a buyer willing to pay more than their asking price as they netted an average bonus of $2100. On the flip side of the negotiating table, 82 buyers managed to deal themselves a discount averaging $11,432.

I’m always happy to answer your Saskatoon real estate questions.  All of my contact info is here. Please feel free to call or email.

Norm Fisher
Royal LePage Vidorra

Saskatoon real estate week in review: June 4-10, 2017

Following the strongest sales week of the calendar year, Saskatoon real estate sales in the residential category fell flat. Local REALTORS® reported just 68 firm deals to the multiple listing service®, down from 102 last week and falling short of sales for the same period last year by 22 units.

Activity was notably stronger on the listing side as Saskatoon real estate agents processed a total of 260 home listings, for the second strongest listing week this year, and ahead of numbers generated during the same week last year by 28 properties. Last week, the new listings category recorded 247 new entries.

The number of residential listings showing an active status on the multiple listing service® reached a new record high this week, just as it did this same week a year earlier. Total active MLS® listings now sit at 2230, up from 2159 last week, for an annual increase of 90 Saskatoon homes. A closer look at the major housing categories shows 1243 single-family homes for sale, ahead of last year’s numbers by 96. Condo inventory is now at 825, up 20 from a year earlier. The remaining categories (semi-detached, duplex, vacant lots, etc.) show a year-over-year decline of 26 units.

With ten residential sales below the $200,000 mark in this week’s mix, both the weekly median price and the weekly average fell lower to $333,000 and $350,795 respectively. Meanwhile, the six-week average price took its third consecutive weekly decline, steadily slipping off its annual peak of $364,096 to reach $350,795 this week. For the first time in eight weeks, the six-week average price falls lower on an annual basis. It’s down about $7600 from where it was at the close of the same week last year. The four-week median price has been following a similar downward path, dropping for the fourth week in a row to $333,000. That’s down more than 17K from a year earlier.

Once again, just one lucky seller found a buyer willing to pay more than their asking price, but the bonus was light at just $100. Another seven sales were recorded at full price. The remaining 60 deals went for less than asking price with an average discount of just $9,927. This would be the first time we’ve seen the average underbid drop below 10K in a few months time.

I’m always happy to answer your Saskatoon real estate questions.  All of my contact info is here. Please feel free to call or email.

Norm Fisher

Royal LePage Vidorra

Saskatoon real estate week in review: May 28 – June 3, 2017

On the heels of one of spring’s softer sales weeks, the Saskatoon real estate market recorded its first triple digit week as local agents reported 102 firm residential deals to the MLS®. That’s up 16 units from the previous week and it tops sales for the same period of 2016 by seven.

New MLS® listings also came on strong, as they typically do during the first week of any month, when those listings that expired at the end of the previous month come back for another go at the market. This past week, local REALTORS® added 247 Saskatoon homes to the database of the multiple listing service®, way up from the previous weeks total of 203, and topping volume for the same week last year by seven.

After reaching a new record high at the close of the previous week, the number of active residential listings for sale on the Saskatoon multiple listing service® retreated marginally. The closing total of 2159 amounts to 15 fewer homes than were available a week earlier. That is up by 62 from this time a year ago. The annual increase is proportionally split across the two major housing categories as single-family homes inventory grows to 1186 from 1129 a year ago, and available condos come in at 818, up from 775 at this time last year.

Solid activity levels at the lower end of the Saskatoon real estate market drove the weekly median price down to $313,250 to reach its lowest point in a few months while a good showing in the $500,000 plus range, including a sale above one million dollars brought the weekly average price higher to $351,000. Both of the longer term measures softened. The six-week median price slipped nearly 6K to $351,946 but finished up annually by about two thousand dollars. The four-week median price finished the week at $340,000 which is down 5K from the previous week’s close, and up 6K from a year earlier.

It was a near shut-out for sellers hoping to generate multiple offers with at least one of them coming in above their asking price. Only one seller found themselves in such circumstances, as they netted a $2100 bonus from their buyer. Another six bagged a deal at their asking price. Meanwhile, 95 of this week’s buyers stood in for a discount that averaged $11,958.

I’m always happy to answer your Saskatoon real estate questions.  All of my contact info is here. Please feel free to call or email.

Norm Fisher

Royal LePage Vidorra