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64 Ritchie Crescent, Regina, SK

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64 Ritchie Crescent

This Regina residence is located at 64 Ritchie Crescent and is in the neighbourhood of Normanview. While Ritchie Crescent has no real estate currently on the market, the area of Normanview has 5 homes on the market. That represents 0.35% of the 1449 total homes for sale in Regina. Homes near Normanview are listed for an average asking price of $248,900. In comparison, the average Regina list price is $300,921. The neighbourhood around 64 Ritchie Crescent has more houses for sale than apartments.

Demographic Information

Life Stage

Midlife Families

Employment Type

Service Sector/White Collar

Average Household Income

$87,927.62

Average Number of Children

0.94

Household Population

Household Structure

Age of Population

Education

Education Level

No certificate/diploma/degree

18.24 %

High school certificate or equivalent

21.76 %

Apprenticeship trade certificate/diploma

13.49 %

College/non-university certificate

20.79 %

University certificate (below bachelor)

7.23 %

University Degree

18.49 %

Commuter

Travel To Work

By Car

90.34 %

By Public Transit

2.02 %

By Walking

0.0 %

By Bicycle

0.0 %

By Other Methods

7.64 %

Cultural Diversity

Knowledge of Official Language

Mother Tongue

Building Information

Building Type

Apartments (Low and High Rise)

18.92 %

Houses

81.07 %

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Location of 64 Ritchie Crescent, Regina, SK

Regina

Regina is the capital city of the Canadian province of Saskatchewan. The city is the second-largest in the province and a cultural and commercial centre for southern Saskatchewan. It is governed by Re ...

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