Alisa Skalicky, Co-Owner, REALTOR®
I was born on the beautiful island of Victoria, spent most of my childhood growing up in Sherwood Park, AB, before I eventually settled in Saskatoon. Prior to my jump into Real Estate, I was a nurse by trade working predominantly in emergency. After having my two kids Jayden and Arysha, I came to the difficult conclusion I needed a career with more flexibility to allow more time with my family. Throughout my Real Estate career which has spanned over 12 years, I have served on multiple boards and committees, as well as President of our Saskatoon and Region Real Estate board in 2018. My husband Mel and I are avid business owners and entrepreneurs, owning over 30 rental doors in Saskatoon and managing them all ourselves. Our true passion is business planning and development, and helping young entrepreneurs on their path to success! We are also part owners in Tastebuds Cafe on Lorne Ave, for about 20 years now. I have a large blended family who are of utmost importance to me, which is why I strive to treat each and every client the same way! My experience in the industry allows me to better navigate each Real Estate transaction, while building lifelong relationships with clients who often turn into friends!
In my spare time, my husband Mel and I are devoted world travelers, having the opportunity to travel has been a tremendous blessing and some of my favorite places we have been are Southeast Asia and all over Europe. Croatia has been the most special place by far, other cultures and cuisines are fascinating and experiencing it firsthand is truly amazing. I am also a natural intuitive and empath, along with Katrina I have also completed my level 1 and 2 in Reiki, as well as specialized intuitive training. I am a huge advocate of taking care of yourself both physically and spiritually, and I am always looking to further my knowledge through reading and seminars. When I am not travelling, I enjoy being outside and have recently taken up paddle boarding - much of my spring and summer is spent on the water, or camping throughout much of Saskatchewan and Alberta.