336 Beaver St , Summerside C1N 2A2 $289,900 Classic and traditional style marks this home as one of character. With over $60,000 in renovations you can be sure that 336 Beaver Street is turnkey and ready to move in. From the kitchen with white shaker style cabinets, new countertops and backsplash, through to bathroom with double vanities with matching over the counter basins and deluxe fixtures, this home shows well and flaunts a plethora of designer additions. A fully finished basement currently used as a Read More +


10012 Northside Rd, Hermanville C0A 1R0 $695,000 10012 Northside represents the best of oceanside living. This home if found in other markets outside PEI would cost well over a million dollars. This PEI property offers stunning views of the ocean. Located near the eastern tip of the island it is closest to Souris but also within an easy distance to Montague. The house overlooks the north-east shore of PEI and has 24 windows facing the water so that you can watch the passing ocean life Read More +


351 Argyle Street, Summerside C1N2P6 $149,500 This is a deal! Looking for a home in Summerside that has seen many updates and improvements, is in turnkey condition and ready to move in? Well 351 Argyle may just be what you are looking for and more. This home offers a full 2 storeys of living space; no half storeys; no sloping roof lines in any of the upstairs rooms. This house is well built and boasts wood siding, not readily found in homes today – no Read More +

Buying a home is “an escalator to wealth”

While opponents of homeownership claim it’s “the American nightmare,” self-made millionaire David Bach is doubling down on his faith in real estate. He thinks that not prioritizing homeownership is “the single biggest mistake millennials are making.”  Buying a home is “an escalator to wealth,” he tells CNBC. Young adults in particular aren’t hopping on this escalator, and it’s a costly mistake, Bach warns: “If millennials don’t buy a home, their chances of actually having any wealth in this country are little to none. The average Read More +

Investing in PEI Summer Rentals

PEI is a vacation paradise. Beautiful beaches, warm water, friendly people and many activities. You can attend a ceildh, a maritime concert or variety show, go deep-sea fishing, swim, sunbathe, catch a play, partake of lobster at a lobster super, walk along the boardwalks, cycle the Confederation Trail, the bed of the old rail line that goes clear across the island and the list is endless. There are excursions of every interest and you need never be bored. Many people come to PEI for the Read More +

How we help First-time Buyers

When your finances are in place, then the fun begins. We will determine through talking to you 2 lists of wishes and wants. The first list is of features your new PEI home MUST have. The second is of features you WISH your new PEI home had. Also you will have to consider where you want your new PEI home to be located. In PEI there is the consideration of city versus country. When making this decision, winter should be taken into consideration as well Read More +

How you can Retire to PEI and add a $1000 or more per month to your Retirement Income*

PEI is the smallest province in Canada having a population of just under 140,000 full-time residents. This population swells to over a million in the summer as PEI is a popular place to holiday as well as to own a summer home. Many New Englanders, people from the other Canadian Maritime provinces as well as Ontario and even as far away as Alberta and British Columbia come to PEI for the summer. PEI is perhaps best known for the growing of potatoes and the red-haired Read More +