Saskhouses.com gets high grades from me


Saskhouses.com gets high grades from me


The first home we looked at was listed with MLS and we used a realtor. The person we dealt with was very nice and walked us through the process of making offers and such. The experience was positive.

As far as the web goes Saskhouses.com is far superior to mls.ca. The search isn’t as extensive but their interactive map is great. The pictures are on average are more numerous and of much higher quality. On Saskhouses once the listing goes up you can see it. With MLS.ca there is at least a one day delay.

A better place to view MLS listings is Point 2 Homes.

Today I looked at private sale listed with Saskhouses.com. This time the owner was showing me the home. This was an excellent experience. We just chatted openly and honestly about the house. He was able to answer lots of questions and give me the history of the house. We talked about what I was able to offer and what he was hoping to get. Unfortunately the numbers weren’t quite close enough. I left my name and number. I told him that he could probably get more than I was able to offer but if it didn’t look like people were biting he could give me a call.

  1. #1 by Gerald Klein on September 7, 2006 - 9:28 am

    House church is not new.

    It is derived from biblical judaism (not rabbinic judaism).

    The early church met in synagoges and homes.

    There was no ‘clergy’ ‘laity’ separation.

    All participated with ‘elders’ as oversight. Elder is not an office or appointment, rather is is the aged ones.

    The jewish community required 10 elder men (minyan) to conduct services and to run the congregations. Jesus picked 12–never going below 10. There are many vital references to 10 men in the bible.

    The paid ‘minister’ we see today is a man made thing of supposed modern necessity. This renders the church upside down.

    All are ministers of Christ. Are we to believe that one man (the pastor) has all the gifts in operation to minister to the saints? Of course not…on the face of it, many are required for properly fitting of the gifts to edify the saints.

    Community, family, and entire body is rendered inoperative with the clergy/laity false notion structure.

    Individual responsibility and participation is required of each believer within the body. The aged ones ‘elders’ are charged with oversight.

    Blessings on home church efforts.

    Gerald Klein

  2. #2 by Moose on October 26, 2006 - 10:49 am

    You got a review thumbs up for this on saskhouses.com lol… later dude -Moose

    http://www.saskhouses.blogspot.com/

    Monday

    Area blogger speaks highly of saskhouses.com

    Just did a quick search of the blogosphere, and found a local blogger who gave our service high reviews.

    This review came from a blog called theheresy.com – “As far as the web goes Saskhouses.com is far superior to mls.ca. The search isn’t as extensive but their interactive map is great. The pictures on average are more numerous and of much higher quality. On Saskhouses.com once the listing goes up you can see it. With MLS.ca there is at least a one day

    delay.”

    Theheresy.com included another post about their house-buying experience with saskhouses.com

    We’d like to thank theheresy.com’s author for using our service, and for the great review!

    posted by saskhouses.com blog at 6:49 PM 0 comments

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