Meet Sean Nykolyshyn, the newest valuable addition to the HaliPad Team!

Sean joined the real estate industry in 2005 and has helped countless people make big and small moves in ever-changing buyer and seller markets. He holds three specialty designations and enjoys working with first-time home buyers, seniors in transition and professionals who want to make GREEN choices.

He discovered Nova Scotia in 2018 (his wife Stacey’s family roots were planted here 12 generations ago and run well over a meter deep in the Annapolis Valley… wine country!). On that first trip to the East Coast, he learned that his four grandparents immigrated to Canada through Pier 21. Sean was raised in Ontario and Manitoba knowing the importance of his Ukrainian Canadian…

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New North End Condo - Navy Lane Update

We are edging ever closer to the launch date for Navy Lane condo and we are excited to learn all about it while sharing the information with you.  Prior to then, we have a glimpse into what the rooftop “play space” has to offer.  There’s both an indoor and outdoor gym, a lounging area with firepits, pool, and an indoor private space for your fun get-togethers! 

With a view of the Halifax harbour, the developer has also made sure to give a nod to the historic ties to the Navy in the area.  You’ll be able to use the retro-style tower viewer (fancy binoculars other tall buildings make you pay for) to see all the goings on in the harbour!

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While You’re here

Pros and Cons of…

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Low Inventory Driving Prices and Competition

The Lion of Inflation is Tamed

Last week, we attended a presentation by the Vice President of RBC Global Asset Management.  He spoke about the effect of government intervention on the economy over the past several months and what we might anticipate next.  The sharp interest rate increases were designed to tame inflation amid the soaring costs of goods and services.  From the statistics, it appears that has largely worked.  He referenced the four banks who’d sought government protection and how their financial collapse was likely due to the government applying too much pressure by way of interest rates. Prior to these institutions failing, it was anticipated we would see further rate increases, but…

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