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Logan specializes in Regina commercial real estate sales. He has worked in a variety of roles in Regina that have focused on commercial, residential and new home build sales. He has had extensive training in real estate investments and is a CCIM candidate. He has completed his CCIM – Financial Analysis for commercial investment course.

2101 Smith St, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 2P3 (22779736) – Logan Janzen, Sales Representative. Terms of Use This website is operated by Logan Janzen, a REALTOR® who is a member of The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).

2101 Smith St, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 2P3 (22779736) – Logan Janzen, Sales Representative

The content on this website is owned or controlled by CREA. By accessing this website, the user agrees to be bound by these terms of use as amended from time to time, and agrees that these terms of use constitute a binding contract between the user, Logan Janzen, and CREA. Copyright The listing content on this website is protected by copyright and other laws, and is intended solely for the private, non-commercial use by individuals.

Trademarks REALTOR®, REALTORS®, and the REALTOR® logo are certification marks that are owned by REALTOR® Canada Inc. and licensed exclusively to The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA). Liability and Warranty Disclaimer The information contained on this website is based in whole or in part on information that is provided by members of CREA, who are responsible for its accuracy. Amendments. 1779 Rose St, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 1Z4 (22578599) – Logan Janzen, Sales Representative. Terms of Use This website is operated by Logan Janzen, a REALTOR® who is a member of The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA).

1779 Rose St, Regina, Saskatchewan S4P 1Z4 (22578599) – Logan Janzen, Sales Representative

The content on this website is owned or controlled by CREA. By accessing this website, the user agrees to be bound by these terms of use as amended from time to time, and agrees that these terms of use constitute a binding contract between the user, Logan Janzen, and CREA. Copyright The listing content on this website is protected by copyright and other laws, and is intended solely for the private, non-commercial use by individuals. Trademarks REALTOR®, REALTORS®, and the REALTOR® logo are certification marks that are owned by REALTOR® Canada Inc. and licensed exclusively to The Canadian Real Estate Association (CREA). Liability and Warranty Disclaimer The information contained on this website is based in whole or in part on information that is provided by members of CREA, who are responsible for its accuracy.

Amendments. Patience key virtue in recovering Regina and Saskatoon real estate – Logan Janzen, Sales Representative. Regina Commercial Real Estate Update After several years of an underperforming economy affecting the retail, office and industrial sectors in Saskatchewan’s two biggest cities, nobody is going to start popping any champagne bottles just because commodity prices have stabilized and the economy is expected to grow by a skinny 1.9 per cent this year.

Patience key virtue in recovering Regina and Saskatoon real estate – Logan Janzen, Sales Representative

“I think everybody has positive attitudes. They’re looking forward to some positive activity but there is just a little bit of hesitation,” said Glen Hill, Regina-based senior vice-president at Colliers International. The best news is in the industrial side. Regina Commercial Real Estate Looking Up – Logan Janzen, Sales Representative. By Westerninvestor.com The pulse of real estate professionals in Regina is starting to quicken.

Regina Commercial Real Estate Looking Up – Logan Janzen, Sales Representative

Finally. Brokers, appraisers and property managers believe tenant demand is going to increase for all office asset types except Class C over the next 12 months. “We’re seeing a shift in general attitude,” said Craig Hennigar, Vancouver-based director of market intelligence at Colliers International. Regina’s market has been in a funk for the past several years as commodity prices have floundered on international markets. The report also found a shift in future expectations for net effective rents, which are showing a neutral forecast, and it’s believed cap rates will likely move higher for all assets and submarkets. “The general view is things are on the upswing and there will be a pick-up in rents and tenant demand in the next year,” Hennigar said. “The attitude has changed from the glass is half-empty to half-full in the Regina market. By: Geoff Kirbyson Western Investor.

Investing in Regina Multifamily Is a Smart Investment – Logan Janzen, Sales Representative. In my opinion, real estate is the best way to grow wealth.

Investing in Regina Multifamily Is a Smart Investment – Logan Janzen, Sales Representative

If you want to get super rich, get involved in real estate — but I’m not talking about just any real estate. I recently wrote an article that explained why buying a house is for suckers. A home is not an investment, because it doesn’t pay you each month — you have to pay it. It’s a liability to me, not an asset. Not only does a house leave you less mobile, it ties up your money so you can’t use it for real assets. There are many indications that multi-family apartment investments will continue to be great: Your initial challenge is getting a down payment.

If you pay cash for this deal at $1,750,000, you would make $140,000 free cashflow per year after expenses. I had a guy call in on my show, The Cardone Zone, and tell me he owned $100,000 equity in a three-bedroom house with a family of five. For the vast majority of people, college never leads to riches, nor does a home. Logan Janzen, Sales Representative – Regina Commercial Real Estate.