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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August 26, 2019
If you want to replace a tired-looking driveway or create a patio or walk-out area at ground level, you could be well-served by investigating your options before settling on a traditional surface material, such as asphalt or concrete slabs. For instance, if you like the look of real stone, but ...Continue Reading
August 19, 2019
The risks and benefits of data collection may be incomprehensible to most children, but it’s important for them to know that information about them is constantly being collected from their smartphones. Therefore, even children need to be thoughtful about what facts and images they choose to share, as they build ...Continue Reading
August 12, 2019
All homeowners deserve to be confident in the quality of their household drinking water, but verifying its integrity may require some initiative. In fact, even if you rely on a municipal water system that is heavily regulated and frequently tested, you could still end up with questionable water in your ...Continue Reading
August 5, 2019
Have you ever had a formal photo shoot? Perhaps you’ve had one for work or arranged one for your family. If so, chances are you dressed up and made yourself look your best. That’s the right mindset to be in when selling your home too. You want to make every ...Continue Reading
July 29, 2019
Depending on your decor and furnishings, some rooms in your home may appear to be smaller than their physical size. Since buyers are typically looking for as much space as possible, it’s important to make all your rooms seem, well, roomy! Here are some tips that will help: Consider removing ...Continue Reading
July 22, 2019
Here’s a surprising statistic. Less than 30% of window replacements are the result of the old windows being worn, broken or otherwise in need of replacement. Clearly, there are other good reasons to consider new windows! One of the most popular motivations is cosmetic. Brand new windows have a huge ...Continue Reading