Nova Scotia can be reached faster than you think 

In just a few hours flying time – about 6 ½ from Europe and 1 ½ from New York, you can enjoy sunshine, sea air and the wonderful nature Nova Scotia has to offer. There are non-stop flights from New York, Boston, Toronto, Montreal, Frankfurt and London to the international airport of Halifax. Many smaller airports and landing strips can be found spread across the province. Nova Scotia itself offers a very good infrastructure, excellent highway and road network and a rail connection to Montreal.

It is not only due to the short flight times on the one hand and for Europeans the tolerable time difference of only 5 hours on the other hand, property investors’ interest in the charming province of Nova Scotia has increased steadily over the years. Together with the advantage of an easy-to-reach holiday destination, the possibility presents itself to easily acquire a Canadian property investment for little money, which does not become an administrative burden after the purchase. The future has already begun here in Nova Scotia, which in the past was known as the „forgotten“ province, has been evolving further steadily and noticeably for some years now. The economic growth is evident all around. Large oil and gas reserves in the Atlantic just before Nova Scotia are signs for the future for this country. Further increases in value in the purchase of land and other investments are therefore to be expected. The increasing local, American and European demand adds to the increase in value. The province capital, Halifax, is a modern, pulsating city with a young population and historical flair. It boasts a large, ice-free harbor, reputable universities, excellent seafood restaurants, international shopping facilities as well as interesting museums, art galleries and traditional festivals.




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