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Vanessa was born in Toronto, Ontario, where her family had recently moved after departing the picturesque province of Nova Scotia. Although retaining a deep connection with the mountains and rugged coastlines of Nova Scotia, she remains proud to have grown up and develop a successful business in Ontario’s thriving economy.

While her family is settled in South-Western Ontario, Vanessa visits Nova Scotia frequently throughout the year to visit family and assist in a growing housing market.

A personal dream of Vanessa’s was to investment in property. After acquiring property in Ontario and becoming a licensed mortgage broker with FSRA, Vanessa decided to embark on property and license acquisition in Nova Scotia.

"Nova Scotia is a province known for its natural beauty, strong sense of community, diverse culture, and booming economy. The cost of living is generally lower than in Ontario and it is a safe place to raise a family. It also offers many opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, and skiing, and has a good mix of urban and rural areas. It also has many quality educational institutions. These factors make it an attractive destination for those looking for a change of pace, a new career, or to stretch their budget further."

-Vanessa Hammond


Peggy’s Cove is home to one of Canada’s most photographed and famous lighthouse beacons, which keeps watch over its thriving fisheries. Built in 1915, Peggy’s Point Lighthouse and may other facets of Peggy’s Cove, serve for a tranquil coastal experience.


Explore the Cape Breton Highlands on a drive through experience. Passing quaint towns and artisan shops, camping in the highlands, and whale watching tours are only some of the possibilities that can come true if you are one for coastal and scenic views.


As the capital, and largest municipality in the province, Halifax brings a big city feel. It is one of Canada’s fastest growing regions, and is home to historic sites, waterfronts, and numerous entertainment venues. If you like to stay busy, Halifax is the place to be.


The Bay of Fundy is home to the worlds highest tides. It is also home to 12 species of whales, tidal bore rafting, and unique coastal rock formations best viewed from a hiking trail, or from the water by kayak. It's definitely the place to be if you are trying to find things to do.


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