Saskatoon Luxury Real Estate

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On Point2, you’ll find 28 mansions and luxury homes for sale in Saskatoon, SK, with prices ranging from $1,050,000 to $3,490,000.

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Saskatoon, the largest city in the province of Saskatchewan, is a beautiful area sitting in the southern part of the province, around 2.5 hours northwest of Regina. Saskatoon is known for its beautiful positioning on the Saskatchewan River with a very interesting history and great attractions and heritage sites. The city covers an area of 209.56 sq. km, and has a population of 246,376, consisting primarily of people of European heritage (82.8%), First Nations (5.4%) and Metis (4.3%). Saskatoon was inhabited by the Aboriginal people long before any other settlers came, and has the second highest percentage of First Nations people after Winnipeg. The climate in Saskatoon is fairly extreme with four very distinct seasons. Humidity levels are low in the warmer months, and temperatures in summer rise to around 25°C, and in winter dip to around -17°C.

Saskatoon is an economic and cultural centre, and is commonly referred to as “POW City” due to its association with potash, oil and wheat. Oil and gas, diamonds, livestock, uranium, and associated industries all drive and support the economy, and almost two-thirds of the world’s potash reserves are in the Saskatoon area. Saskatoon is also a hub for digital media companies, as well as distribution and logistics.

Saskatoon is relatively low-lying and flat and is divided by the South Saskatchewan River into the east and west sides. The city is dotted with beautiful leafy parks and green areas, and has a vibrant music scene as well as great galleries and museums, live theatres, and annual events and festivals. Saskatoon is also home to the WHL Saskatoon Blades and a number of other successful sports teams.

Popular areas in Saskatoon include: Fairhaven, Haultain, Holliston, Holmwood, Kensington, Lakeridge, and Lakeview.

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
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Real Estate Market Overview

Saskatoon’s housing market is fairly balanced with affordable house prices and a stable housing economy, despite the downturn in oil prices. The average residential sale price is around $351,000 which has declined slightly but not significantly compared to the previous year. The market is very much lead by move-up buyers who are driving the demand for single-family detached homes and resale properties between $400,000-$500,000.

First-time buyers are also very active in Saskatoon’s market and are key buyers in the condo market, as condo prices remain affordable. There is currently a fairly high supply of condos due to development in recent years, which has created favourable conditions and a good amount of choice for buyers. Some sellers who are finding it difficult to sell existing condos due to the large supply of new builds are renting out their condo units instead; however, rental vacancy rates do currently remain quite high.

Saskatoon’s strengthening economy is expected to play an important role in supporting the city’s real estate market, and its diverse economy and strong agriculture sector has helped to keep people in employment despite the oil crisis in nearby provinces.

Saskatoon’s historic neighbourhoods include Riversdale and Nutana, and its core downtown areas have seen a lot of development and investment so are increasing in popularity. Sutherland is another historic neighbourhood which is located close to the University.

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Luxury Real Estate Market Overview

The sale of high-end homes between $500,000 and $1-million was up last year, largely driven by retirees and move-up buyers upgrading their homes. Farmland has increased significantly in value in recent years, so many farmers and those close to retirement have been cashing out and selling their land for large amounts of money and turning to luxury real estate. This has helped to sustain the high-end market and this is expected to continue throughout 2017. The demand for luxury homes in Saskatoon is growing, especially from those looking to invest their money in markets other than Vancouver and Toronto, which are much more expensive.

The higher end of Saskatoon’s market has really grown in recent years and that is expected to continue. People are keen to buy properties with more privacy and more land, and you can easily find luxury properties with a good amount of land within 5km of the city, so it’s a desirable option for many. The demand for propertiesis also increasing in rural-residential areas such as the Willows and Greenbryre, as well as Briarwood, which is a luxury community and one of Saskatoon’s wealthiest neighbourhoods.

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