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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May 15, 2018
For some homeowners, the process of listing, showing and selling their home can be stressful. Fortunately, there is plenty you can do to make it much less nerve-racking—and even exciting and enjoyable. Here are some ideas: Make a plan. Decide when you’re going to show your property, search for a ...Continue Reading
April 26, 2018
Have you ever driven by a For Sale sign and wondered, “That house has been on the market for a long time, I wonder why it isn’t selling”? You might have asked that question because you were worried the same thing would happen when you put your own house on ...Continue Reading
April 12, 2018
If you’re planning on finding your next dream home, then you’re probably going to view several homes on the market that meet your criteria. You will want to make the right purchasing decision for you and your family. So, it’s wise to be savvy when viewing properties for sale. Here ...Continue Reading
April 5, 2018
Spring cleaning often focuses on reducing clutter, but it can also be an opportunity to reduce potentially harmful bacteria within the home. Start with areas that are likely to have sources of growth, such as kitchens and bathrooms. Thorough cleaning in those areas should include more than the usual suspects. ...Continue Reading
March 29, 2018
Many house-dwellers might be surprised that the main purpose of their home’s eavestroughs and downpipes is to protect the building’s foundation. If water poured straight to the ground from the roof, it would pool around the house perimeter, eventually compromising the stability of the entire structure. So your eavestroughs and ...Continue Reading
March 22, 2018
Repairing a large hole in your wall is surprisingly easy when you follow a few simple steps: Use a utility knife or coping saw to square the edges of the drywall hole. Cut a patch from a new piece of drywall, making sure it’s slightly smaller than the squared hole ...Continue Reading