The Saskatchewan REALTORS® Association (SRA) provides leadership and services that support over 1,700 REALTORS® in Saskatchewan through technology, education, and advocacy. The SRA is also the expert voice in bringing insight to public policy makers on matters that affect growth, housing, real estate, and wealth creation in our communities. Our professional members are experts in the real estate profession, including specialties like residential, commercial, farm, investment, industrial, land development, and property management.


As an influential leader and trusted voice in real estate, we lead and support REALTORS® – and our province – to succeed.


Provide leadership and services that support REALTORS® through technology, education and advocacy.


Respect: We work and present ourselves with respect and dignity

Trust: Built from honest, effective communications and follow-through

Collaboration: Relationships are everything to us, and we make sure we embrace perspectives from all walks of life and business

Professionalism: Our members’ needs and best interests are the heart of all our outcomes and standards.

Innovative: We will not only understand our markets and members’ needs, we will be ahead of it and provide solutions.

Integrity: We are reliable and dependable in getting it right for each other.

SRA 2024-2026 Strategic Plan

Our Story

While the SRA officially came into existence in 2020, the story began long before then.

Organized real estate has been around for over a century in Saskatchewan. REALTORS® came together to establish a cohesive voice in real estate and enhance professionalism within the industry. Together, real estate professionals could establish boards and become better equipped to make recommendations to governing agencies.

At its height, Saskatchewan had twelve REALTOR® associations throughout the province: Estevan, Moose Jaw, Swift Current, Yorkton, Weyburn, Lloydminster, Prince Albert, Melfort, Saskatoon, Regina, Battlefords and Saskatchewan. Today, there are two – Saskatchewan and Lloydminster.

Over time, smaller associations joined with Saskatoon and Regina until there were only three local boards. With a small population relative to other regions in the country, Saskatoon, Regina and Saskatchewan associations found efficiencies by working together and collaborating on major projects. After a couple failed attempts to merge the three associations, on March 19, 2019, members voted to form a single provincial association – the Saskatchewan REALTORS® Association.