Land Purchase in Nova Scotia – worthwhile in every respect
The Atlantic province of Nova Scotia is geographically quite close to the U.S., which provides benefits to the economy, infrastructure and of course the availability of international trade and travel.
Morally and economically the U.S. and Canada, however, are now separated by considerably more than a strait. Many years after the Lehman bankruptcy and the collapse of the real estate market differs today in the U.S. the wait for a sustained upswing in broad strata of the population of resignation. Those looking for security and stability, now meet it on a U.S. American society, which is equal to Europe split into rich and poor.
Given the harsh conditions currently prevailing in the U.S., Europe and also in Asia and Africa, Canada is almost a paradise in every respect - for residents as well as for investors.
This inevitably leads to an increasing interest in Canada: whether job seekers, investors or even "only" travelers, they all share a passion for a country that can actually cultivate democracy, security, stability and growth.
Economic aspects speak more than ever for the region Nova Scotia: The economy is much diversified and comprises resources processing (e.g. mining, forestry, pulp and paper mills, saw mills, 85% of the gypsum production in Canada), trade and commerce, and tourism together. The year-round ice-free port in the provincial capital Halifax is not only an attraction for visitors – also economically the port plays a central role in the economic performance of Nova Scotia and connects the province by sea directly to the Suez Canal, whereby, for example, Mumbai in India is reached 1,500 miles faster than any other port in North America.