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Major mistakes to avoid while upsizing to a new home

Are you tired of living in your cramped bedroom that is also your home office and at-home gym?  Now may be time for upsizing.  Though an expansion of space may seem exciting, upsizing may cause trouble for unaware home buyers. If you want to move to Halifax or want a new home, you should  keep an eye on the Halifax houses for sale listings. Being aware of purchase mistakes can save dollars as upsizing can be expensive. But if you do your research,  plan it well, and avoid committing the following mistakes, you should be fine. Don’t make a hasty decision to buy a bigger home You may fancy...

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Things that you must not miss about Halifax

Are you all set to move to Halifax? Do you have plans to move in the near future? Well, in 2019, around 10,000 people made the decision to move to Halifax and it is undoubtedly one of the popular cities of Canada with high ratings in safety, housing and the healthcare sector. (Contact us for Halifax real estate listings and homes for sale in Halifax) Though the pandemic has put a halt to many plans to move around the country, read the reasons below as to why you should move to Halifax, Canada. It is time for our Halifax REALTOR®s to get busy  with the changing pattern of the housing market....

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Five Reasons To Sell Your Nova Scotia Home Right Now

With the global pandemic causing many home sellers to put their listing on hold or to take it off the market completely, right now is actually a great time to put your house up for sale. Although, COVID-19. caused weariness, it has actually not affected the market in a negative way like many thought was possible. Here are five reasons to pull the trigger and sell your home now. Demand  The market has more demand than ever right now with not less people selling and more people looking to buy. With the pandemic, many people have resisted listing their home, making it more of a challenge for...

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Nova Scotia Home Real Estate Investment

Are You Considering a Nova Scotia  Home Real Estate Purchase? It is not very difficult to purchase and/or invest in real estate in Nova Scotia.  There are little to no restrictions on the number, size or type of property that can be purchased by non-residents. Having said that, expect to pay fair market prices relative to the popularity of the area you are shopping in. You'll be pleased to know that non-residents/citizens are able to get bank financing; usually up to 50 - 60% of the purchase value for a Nova Scotia home property purchase. Why Nova Scotia? According to Stats Canada, Nova...

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A Country Divided

Well, this was in interesting election.   As predicted Canada now has a minority government.  Some would say this is a good thing, others will say it is not, hard to say, time will tell.  Before the election it was disheartening to see so many people at each other, some threatening others, lost friendships and lost family ties.  Why do people feel their opinion has to be the opinion of others they associate with? I for one do not want to live in a homogenous society but having said that, what is best for the country is not always going to resonate with individuals or small groups; one cannot...

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How much home can your rent buy?

Why pay rent when one can spend the same amount and own a nice home?  Well, it isn't so cut and dry.  Everyone has their own reasons for renting; from not understanding the home purchasing process to just not wanting the responsibility of home ownership.  I remember a pretty popular booked called "The Wealthy Barber".  According to this book, buying a home was not the best way to spend ones money.  The book outlined the costs of maintaining a home, the hours put into yard work and even calculated interest paid to the bank, the book was adamant that home ownership was not the solution to...

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