Renovations That Add to Your Property Value and Those That Do Not

When considering a home renovation, it can be difficult to decide what to upgrade now and what can wait. There are questions that you should ask yourself about the renovation that can help you determine what to focus your attention on as some renovations will add property value while others will not.

In considering the reason for your renovation, whether it is an outdated or run-down kitchen, a dilapidated washroom, or finishing a basement, you can determine your priorities and work from there.

If you are planning on selling your real estate in Saskatoon within the next three years you may want to add some property value with the right renovations. If you are thinking of staying in your home for the foreseeable future, you may have other priorities, and adding value could be secondary to adding comfort or convenience.

Renovations That Do Not Add To Your Property Value

High-end Goods with Poor Workmanship

Expensive materials and cheap workmanship may sound like a decent deal, however, if...


Accessible Housing in Saskatoon

Everyone deserves the right to live independently. Unfortunately, this is a reality unavailable to many people with limited mobility due to physical disabilities, as well as the elderly. Across Canada, both the provincial and federal governments are taking the steps needed to ensure that accessible housing is available for all, regardless of age or physical disability.

The push for an increase in homes outfitted for special needs has recently become evident right here in the Saskatoon real estate market, where a new accessible and affordable housing unit was opened earlier this year in the neighbourhood of Mount Royal. However, accessible housing availability is still an issue in Saskatchewan and the rest of Canada, leaving many to live in situations where their mobility is severely restricted by their surroundings or in some cases, are unable to live independently.

Accessible housing is a problem that has steadily been gaining attention nationwide, and it is time that it be properly addressed...

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