Happy Clients

Chris Perkins enjoyed every part of the process when selling 1575 Henry Street in the South End of Halifax.  Getting to know the owners was a real pleasure, as was learning about all of the work they put into the home over the years.  It was the perfect blend of old-world character combined with the modern conveniences we demand today. 

Chris appreciated all the trust his clients placed in him to properly showcase the property.  When marketing a home, there is way more to it than stating the number of rooms or its square footage. There's more to it than simply listing upgrades.  Homes come with a story that needs to be told. Whether it was the painstaking design process with a local architect or the huge effort to save the heritage…

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Meet Veerpal Kaur Gill, the newest valuable addition to the Coldwell Banker Maritime Realty team!

Veerpal Kaur came to Canada as an International Student and had an incredible journey with beautiful experiences. Each experience taught her important lessons. During her early days in Canada, she worked tirelessly, sometimes juggling two jobs at once from being a security officer to a team member at Taco Bell. These experiences instilled in her the values of hard work, perseverance, and unwavering commitment to excellence - qualities that she brings to the world of real estate for the benefit of her clients.

 Her time as a concierge at a multi-million-dollar condominium building deepened her understanding of the importance of exceptional customer…

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It’s no secret that in the past several years, people have been flocking to Nova Scotia from across Canada.  Although that has slowed down in recent months, it’s still nice to tell a story about a couple who’ve moved home to Nova Scotia!

Here was a scenario where all of a sudden, my clients were provided with a job offer to move home.  The clock was quickly ticking and we were tasked with finding a home within the period of a dedicated house hunting trip.  Katy came alone, while Junior remained at home - the trust!  

We had a wide search radius from Clayton Park to Sackville to Colby Village. Wanting to stay within a certain budget, we spread our search out to find some areas that were suitable, with an eye for a home that didn’t need a…

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Searching for your dream home is an exciting and complex journey, especially in the competitive Real Estate market in Halifax as of the last 3 years. Fortunately, there's an expert who has consistently gone above and beyond to help her clients navigate through all the processes related to their unique Real Estate needs: Koree Burt.

Koree's commitment to her clients is highlighted from the moment she meets them. Her dedication, expertise, and genuine passion for helping clients is clearly shown from the moment she makes contact. She understands that buying a home is not just a transaction but a significant life milestone, and if you ask her past clients they’ll tell you she treats it as such!

"Koree has been my realtor for years.

Her in-depth…

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A Passage Home: Affordable Living with Lots of Possibilities!

Nestled in Eastern Passage, one of HRM's most budget-friendly neighborhoods, 40 Hornes Road offers a great opportunity for those seeking a convenient and value-packed lifestyle. This location provides for an easy drive to Dartmouth or an enjoyable commute to Halifax,  just a short 10-minute drive to the Woodside Ferry Terminal, where you can take a relaxing voyage across the beautiful Halifax Harbour. Not a bad way to start the day, you might say!  The current owners mention how this is the favourite part of the day - An opportunity to unwind with a sail rather than fighting frustrating traffic. 

Eastern Passage also opens the door to the natural allure of the Eastern Shore, including the…

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Rediscovering History: The Church Of Holy Redeemer In Halifax, Now The Marley

Preserving the Past, Embracing the Present

In Halifax, Nova Scotia, history and modernity coexist. At 2128 Brunswick Street, there remains a testament to the city's past. The Church of Holy Redeemer, a two-storey stucco condominium building, embodies the heritage and resilience of this vibrant community. Nestled on Brunswick Street near downtown Halifax, this iconic structure has witnessed many events that add to its historic significance.

A Glimpse into the Past

Architects John A. Mitchell and Edward Elliot, the creative minds behind the building's design in 1874, left a noticeable mark on Halifax's architectural landscape. Elliot, in particular, went on to craft…

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