Condos in Inverness, Nova Scotia
Breakdown by postal code areas in Inverness:
|B0E|| 29,415|| 14,455|
Other cities in the area: Mabou, Baddeck, River Denys, D'escousse, Margaree Forks, Lower L'ardoise, Grand Etang, River Bourgeois
Inverness might have most of their condos on leased land, which may or may not be a problem, depending on the lease. When a condo is on leased land, every month, you must pay a leasing fee in addition to your condo fee. Sometimes this fee is very little, and sometimes this fee is a lot, depending on the location of the condo in Inverness. Regardless of the fee, buying a condo on leased land is a tricky situation. Make sure to research the lease contract before buying, because if the lease is up within the next 30 years, it will be difficult to resell your condo, as there is no guarantee of what will happen after the lease expires. Nova Scotia is a point of interest for many people looking to relocate to a scenic area of Canada, and for investors searching for new investment opportunities.
The province enjoys a skilled workforce, and employment levels and venture start-ups remain at good levels.
If you are specifically interested in finding out more about the real estate market in Inverness, Nova Scotia, check local listings and contact
a real estate agent in the area.
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