Cross Real Estate is in business to bring a better real estate experience to the client. Having the highest quality of customer service requires a combination of the right people and the right training.  

Real Estate has always been a sink or swim business. The average real estate agent starts their career after spending thousands of dollars to get a license, passing a test and joining a brokerage. After this, the agent is given a desk and a phone with little to no knowledge on how to serve and care for clients in the real world of real estate. Traditional brokerages often lack the resources to provide new agents with the guidance and one on one training they need to be successful. This contributes to client dissatisfaction and high turnover rates due to ever increasing costs of being in business. 

How we are different

We work as a team and we develop better agents.  Every member of the team is given permission and incentive to excel. Before our people ever spend time with a client they have learned the business of real estate from the back end starting in administration, advancing to marketing then training to become a REALTOR®. During training, team members shadow an experienced agent in all day to day client interactions to gain valuable knowledge and experience. 

The result? After months of mentorship, our agents begin their careers ready to serve clients as professionals.

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Accreditation & Relationships

Cross Real Estate is a team of registered Canadian Realtors® serving Saskatoon and the greater area out of Royal LePage Saskatoon. Established in 2018, Cross Real Estate's philosophy is based upon serving you, the client. To do this to the best of our ability, we are members with the following organizations; 

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Royal LePage

Saskatoon’s first Royal LePage franchise. Royal LePage Saskatoon has been independently owned and operated since 1996 by the Miller family. Since 1913, Royal LePage nationally has been helping people across Canada buy and sell their homes and supporting there communities.


REALTOR®  - Canadian Real Estate Association

Not just anyone can call themselves a REALTOR®. To do so, real estate professionals must either be direct members of their association or be members of both their local real estate board and CREA. As well, they must abide by the ethical standards laid out in the REALTOR® Code.