Selling & Showing Your Home With Pets

Selling & Showing Your Home With Pets

Keeping you home in tip top shape in order to show it can be a task. Particularly when you have pets in your home, but it can make a bad impression if you don't. Here are some things you should think about when your selling with pets:

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First Time Homebuyers' Rebate - Nova Scotia

First Time Homebuyers' Rebate - Nova Scotia

If you are buying a home for the first time you may qualify for First Time Home Buyers' rebate.

A "first time buyer" is an individual who builds or purchases a newly built home and has not owned or occupied a home in Canada in the last five years.

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A Fresh Start Any Time - Now to Organize!

A Fresh Start Any Time - Now to Organize!

A new year is a fresh start in many ways. It is a great time to re-set. Organizing your home can be a great way to do this. Read on to learn a few ways to take advantage of the timing and get organized.

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why you should understand & embrace hygge

why you should understand & embrace hygge

Hygge is a word that has been popping up a lot in discussions of home decorating, particularly for the fall and winter. Consider how embracing Hygge when staging your house for sale in the winter can have a positive impact on offers.

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Squatters Rights and Adverse Possession in Nova Scotia

Squatters Rights and Adverse Possession in Nova Scotia

You’ve been using a piece of land in Nova Scotia that you know is not your own for years and you’re wondering how to get legal title to this land. People commonly refer to this area of law as squatters’ rights, lawyers call it “adverse possession”. In simple terms, in order to have any legal right to someone else’s land you must have used the land in an open, notorious, exclusive, and adverse manner for 20 years.

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