Houses, plots and land: property in Canada
Your dream property in Canada need not be a dream any longer. Our experience in real estate abroad offers you a springboard to make this a reality.
People all over the world daydream about the natural beauty of Canada’s provinces. Because of its low building density and the absence of large factories, Nova Scotia has earned itself the name “Canada’s Ocean Playground” and offers you the opportunity to acquire land, a plot or a finished house to make your dream come true. Even as a foreigner, it is possible for you to buy Canadian property here.
Canadian property in Nova Scotia
We pay special attention to the wonderful natural sites in the middle of the sea and lake landscape of Nova Scotia. As a specialist provider with decades of experience selling property in Canada, we will be by your side to offer help and advice: From the moment you contact us, we will advise you on the best way to proceed with the purchase of Canadian property and ensure expert support for a smooth process.
The legal aspects are taken care of by Innsbruck-based lawyer and trustee Dr. Bernd Schmidhammer at the European end, while lawyer Andrew S. Nickerson in Yarmouth enriches our on-site team in Canada for you.
Unlike many competitors on the market, we ourselves own property in Canada and we can take care of the necessary formalities for you in just a few weeks, with our well-versed and proven processing methods. If desired, we can provide you with comprehensive assistance with all necessary contact with authorities and offices, and legal matters. We will also be happy to support you in the construction of your dream house on a waterside plot purchased from us in Canada.
Your new property in Canada
Stop dreaming about a pristine house in the Canadian wilderness and take your wish to the next level. Find out about the Canadian property we have to offer in order to get an overview of the different land and waterside plots, with and without houses.
We look forward to hearing from you and finding you the right property in Nova Scotia, Canada.