Annapolis Valley Real Estate: Welcome to our website for real estate in the Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, Canada. Your guide to buying and selling real estate in the beautiful Annapolis Valley, specializing in the communities of Kentville, Wolfville, New Minas, Port Williams, Coldbrook, Berwick, and surrounding areas.
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February 1, 2019
When you purchased your first home, all you had to worry about was finding the right property. It was a single transaction. But, if you’re about to sell that home, you now have two transactions to make happen: selling and buying. Of course, people buy and sell homes all the ...Continue Reading
January 25, 2019
It’s interesting to note how so many things have their “season.” Hockey in the winter. Vacations in the summer. Gardening in the spring. Even retirement reportedly occurs more often in the fall than any other time of year. To some extent, even real estate seems to have a season. The ...Continue Reading
January 18, 2019
As any financial expert will tell you, spending less is the surest way to boost your disposable income. With that extra money, you can pay off credit card debt, add to your retirement savings, or earmark funds for a fun vacation. It sounds great. However, many people associate spending less ...Continue Reading
January 11, 2019
Let’s face it. Some people love going to the gym. Others hate it. Some people enjoy jogging. Others would rather watch people jog! So, consider yourself lucky if you’ve found a fitness program you love. If you don’t, you’ll have to force yourself to do it and it’s likely that ...Continue Reading
January 3, 2019
When you’re shopping for a home, you never want to find out that a great property, within your price range, just sold – and you didn’t even know about the listing! How did you miss it? After all, aren’t all homes listed for sale easily found online? Complete this short ...Continue Reading
December 30, 2018
It’s not surprising that no one quits a marathon near the finish line. If anything, they run faster! The place where most runners are likely to quit is the middle. Author Seth Godin calls this phenomenon the dip. So how do you get through the dip when you’re striving for ...Continue Reading