The Government of Saskatchewan offers a number of programs to assist homeowners and residential users Go Green in their day-to-day lives. PST Exemption All ENERGY STAR® qualified appliances, furnaces, boilers, ground and air source heat pumps are exempt from PST? Your heating contractor or appliance retailer will not charge you PST on this equipment. Energy conservation is a key component […]
Home Owners Assistance
The Emergency Repair Program offers financial assistance to help low-income homeowners complete emergency repairs to make their homes safe. Eligible homeowners may receive up to $6,000. The Emergency Repair Program is jointly funded by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation and Saskatchewan Housing Corporation. Homeowners are eligible if they: own the property to be repaired and occupy it as their primary […]
The Homeowner Repair Program provides financial assistance to help low-income homeowners make major repairs to their homes to meet minimum health and safety standards. Eligible homeowners may receive up to $23,000. Homeowners are eligible if: they own and occupy the home as their primary residence; their household income and asset levels are at or below the established limits as determined […]
The Secondary Suite Program provides a forgivable loan to eligible homeowners and rental property owners to help cover the costs associated with constructing or renovating a secondary suite.The Secondary Suite Program is jointly funded by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation and Saskatchewan Housing Corporation. This program helps to increase the supply of affordable housing for individuals and families with low […]
The Saskatchewan Home Repair Program – Adaptation for Independence Program provides financial assistance to low-income homeowners or rental property owners to make a home more accessible for a person with a housing related disability. Benefits -Eligible homeowners and rental property owners may receive a forgivable loan of up to $23,000. Eligibility-rental property owners are eligible if they: rent the modified […]
The new Housing Handbook from the City of Saskatoon is available. It’s a good resource for renters, landlords, & first-time homebuyers in Saskatoon.
To encourage the creation of new and the legalizing of existing secondary suites, the City will rebate permit fees for building, plumbing, and a portion of the Legalizing an Existing Suite (LES) Occupancy fee for completed secondary suites. If home owners have a spare room, City also encourage you to consider taking in a student as a boarder. Homeowners who wish […]