Nova Scotia Real Estate Remained Strong in the First Quarter

The average price of homes in Nova Scotia stayed strong in the first quarter of 2011, moving up three per cent from last year to $211,418. This is great news to sellers who plan to list in the next few months.

“Spring is certainly the most active season for real estate sales and we’re starting to see things pick up. The colours of the season naturally bring more curb appeal to a home and the warmer weather brings buyers out,” says Rob Faulkner, president of the Nova Scotia Association of Realtors(R).

“If you’re thinking of selling, but you can’t decide whether to list now or wait, talk to a realtor. He or she can help you determine the best time to list by giving you insight into the market in your specific neighbourhood and letting you know what you can do to prepare your home for sale and potentially sell for more.”

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