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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March 15, 2018
If you want to sell your current property and purchase your next dream home, you might be concerned that the closing dates need to be on the same day. You might be worried that you’ll lose a property if the closing dates overlap, or you’ll be put out on the ...Continue Reading
March 8, 2018
Remember when you found your current home? You walked in and got the feeling it was a great fit for you and your family. Now that you’re planning to sell your house, you need to make that same impression on the next potential buyer. Here’s how to do it. 1. ...Continue Reading
March 1, 2018
Last year, a survey conducted amongst real estate agents sought to identify renovations that might affect the resale price of homes across the country. Aimed at helping owners decide about investing in a project when intending to sell in the near future, the survey revealed that some low-cost renovations had ...Continue Reading
February 22, 2018
What’s great about your home? Is it the spacious foyer and generous main floor closet space? Is it the beautiful washroom? Is it the playground that is only a short walking distance away? Although some properties may look similar at first glance, every home is unique – with features and ...Continue Reading
February 19, 2018
You never want to smell smoke in your home and realize there’s a fire. That’s why it is important to be diligent about fire safety. Experts recommend that homeowners be especially careful with the following common household items: Portable heaters. Never leave one in a room unattended. Make sure paper ...Continue Reading
February 17, 2018
1. To unclog slow drains without harsh chemicals, pour boiling water into the drain, followed by a cup of baking soda, then 1-2 cups of vinegar (depending on the type). The reaction can dislodge common blockages. 2. To fix a dripping faucet caused by a faulty washer, start by shutting ...Continue Reading