Reasons to own a property

There are currently many reasons in favour of purchasing a plot of land in Nova Scotia, which is enjoying noticeably increasing popularity, not least among Europeans.

Given the relentless increase of sovereign debt, particularly in the western industrialized countries, the interest rates have been at historic lows for several years. In real terms, i.e. inflation-adjusted, interest rates are already in negative territory and are thus leading to the creeping expropriation of our savings.

Furthermore, there are increased inflationary risks due to central banks’ historically unparalleled—and therefore “experimental”—monetary easing policies. The current global geopolitical risks and economic crises make investing in your own property in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia on the Atlantic much more than just an attractive investment option!

Historically speaking, property ownership has always proven itself in the medium and long term. In contrast to today’s currencies, land and soil cannot be multiplied at will and, consequently, are some of the more solid tangible assets. Whether you use it as a protection against inflation, as a basis of your own retirement provision or as a holiday home, built for your own use and according to your liking—if you choose to purchase a plot of land, you act rationally and will gain, even emotionally.

The combination of a liberal social order with the characteristic openness of a country open to immigration, highly attractive property prices of generally less than C$ 10.00 per square metre for a waterfront property in combination with utility independence due to the region’s rich energy deposits, including gas, make the province of Nova Scotia an ideal location for you to own a property.

Given the relentless increase of sovereign debt, particularly in the western industrialized countries, the interest rates have been at historic lows for several years. In real terms, i.e. inflation-adjusted, interest rates are already in negative territory and are thus leading to the creeping expropriation of our savings.

Furthermore, there are increased inflationary risks due to central banks’ historically unparalleled—and therefore “experimental”—monetary easing policies. The current global geopolitical risks and economic crises make investing in your own property in the Canadian province of Nova Scotia on the Atlantic much more than just an attractive investment option!

Historically speaking, property ownership has always proven itself in the medium and long term. In contrast to today’s currencies, land and soil cannot be multiplied at will and, consequently, are some of the more solid tangible assets. Whether you use it as a protection against inflation, as a basis of your own retirement provision or as a holiday home, built for your own use and according to your liking—if you choose to purchase a plot of land, you act rationally and will gain, even emotionally.

The combination of a liberal social order with the characteristic openness of a country open to immigration, highly attractive property prices of generally less than C$ 10.00 per square metre for a waterfront property in combination with utility independence due to the region’s rich energy deposits, including gas, make the province of Nova Scotia an ideal location for you to own a property.

Land acquisition in Nova Scotia: a great investment in every respect

The Atlantic province of Nova Scotia is geographically close to the U.S., which offers advantages for the economy, the infrastructure and of course the accessibility for international trade and travel.

Nowadays, the ideological and economic divide between the U.S. and Canada goes well beyond the mere separation by a strait. Many years after the Lehman insolvency and the collapse of the U.S. real estate market, hopes for a sustained economic recovery have given way to resignation in broad sections of the U.S. population. Anyone looking for security and stability is now facing a U.S. society divided into rich and poor, just like in Europe.

In view of the harsh conditions currently prevailing in the U.S. as well as in Africa, Asia and Europe, Canada is almost like a paradise in every respect—for both residents and investors.

This inevitably leads to a growing interest in Canada: job seekers, investors and travellers alike, all share an enthusiasm for a country that truly cultivates democracy, security, stability and growth.

Economic aspects also speak more than ever for the Nova Scotia region: its economy is very diversified and consists of resource processing (including mining, forestry, pulp and paper mills, sawmills and 85% of Canada’s gypsum production), trade, commerce and tourism. The year-round ice-free port of the provincial capital Halifax is not only a tourism attraction—it also plays a central role in Nova Scotia’s economic performance and connects the province by sea directly to the Suez Canal—which means that e.g. Mumbai in India is reached 1,500 miles faster than from any other North American port.

In addition to political stability and the firmly anchored protection of property rights, Nova Scotia also offers future landowners a unique quality of life: generous plots of usually 15,000m2 and larger are an extremely pleasant counterpoint to the spatial confinement in Central European cities. This creates plenty of room for privacy as well as a connection with the unique nature of Nova Scotia.

Social integration is also extremely easy for new property owners, and should you ever encounter any obstacles, you will easily find a helping hand. The friendliness and openness of the local people are a symbol of the region and allow interpersonal relationships to develop and deepen within a very short time.

Nova Scotia is also characterized by a unique culture, a modern infrastructure and a leading education system—with a strong focus on the individual advancement of adolescents. Nova Scotia’s universities e.g. are among the top performers on the entire east Atlantic coast of North America.

A nice side effect of this secure investment in the North Atlantic region is the emotional gain already indicated at the beginning, because Canada in general and Nova Scotia in particular are extremely family-friendly, offer a wonderful landscape and literally invite you to realize individual dreams and wishes. Whether you want to enjoy a holiday in your own home, a comfortable retirement, perfect fishing and hunting conditions or complete independence through self-sufficiency—in Nova Scotia all of the above is an uncomplicated reality.

Nova Scotia: freedom, tradition and modernity

Approximately 390,000 of Nova Scotia’s total inhabitants of 920,000 live in its provincial capital. Shortly after arriving at Halifax airport, the visitor immediately experiences what distinguishes Canada and what we Europeans seem to be moving further and further away from: democracy, freedom, security and stability—not only in the material sense.

Nova Scotia: freedom, tradition and modernity

Approximately 390,000 of Nova Scotia’s total inhabitants of 920,000 live in its provincial capital. Shortly after arriving at Halifax airport, the visitor immediately experiences what distinguishes Canada and what we Europeans seem to be moving further and further away from: democracy, freedom, security and stability—not only in the material sense.

In addition to political stability and the firmly anchored protection of property rights, Nova Scotia also offers future landowners a unique quality of life: generous plots of usually 15,000m2 and larger are an extremely pleasant counterpoint to the spatial confinement in Central European cities. This creates plenty of room for privacy as well as a connection with the unique nature of Nova Scotia.

Social integration is also extremely easy for new property owners, and should you ever encounter any obstacles, you will easily find a helping hand. The friendliness and openness of the local people are a symbol of the region and allow interpersonal relationships to develop and deepen within a very short time.

Nova Scotia is also characterized by a unique culture, a modern infrastructure and a leading education system—with a strong focus on the individual advancement of adolescents. Nova Scotia’s universities e.g. are among the top performers on the entire east Atlantic coast of North America.

A nice side effect of this secure investment in the North Atlantic region is the emotional gain already indicated at the beginning, because Canada in general and Nova Scotia in particular are extremely family-friendly, offer a wonderful landscape and literally invite you to realize individual dreams and wishes. Whether you want to enjoy a holiday in your own home, a comfortable retirement, perfect fishing and hunting conditions or complete independence through self-sufficiency—in Nova Scotia all of the above is an uncomplicated reality.

Real estate purchase in Nova Scotia

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