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Freqeuntly Asked Questions

  1. Can a non-resident purchase property in Canada?
    Yes. A non-resident can purchase land in CANADA under the same conditions as Canadian residents.
  2. Can I use the land while I am paying for it?
    Yes, beginning on the day we receive your down payment, you may begin to use, improve and enjoy the land. We do not allow you to live on the land or build on the land until the purchase is paid in full and land ownership is registered in your name. The land may not be logged for timber commercially without written permission from us. Any use must comply with local and provincial laws and regulations. Any illegal use or activity on the land is strictly prohibited and may result in termination of the land purchase agreement.
  3. How does your financing work?
    We as owners of the land do the financing. In addition to our low fixed interest rate, our owner financing package ensures that you have no prepayment penalties.
  4. Are there any obligations to occupy or improve the property?
    If you have no intentions to build, there is no by-law making it mandatory for you to build. You can leave your land as it is and there is no obligation to use it. If you wish to build on your property, it is necessary to obtain a building permit.
  5. What do I do when I am interested in a property in your brochure?
    Choose your favorite property from the descriptions in our website. Email, fax, or call to reserve the property of your choice. We�ll put your name on it for seven days until your down payment is received. Mail your down payment along with the Land Order Form. We�ll send you the purchase agreement document. Then you can move in or vacation on your property immediately.
  6. May I build a cabin or house?
    Yes, you may build a cabin or house on the land once the purchase is paid in full and land ownership is registered in your name. Development and building may require application and approval from a local planning commission specific to the location of your land.
  7. What is a Deed?
    This is a legal document showing that the land is officially transferred to your name and belongs to you.  Your Deed guarantees your ownership and the vendor warrants the title to be good and marketable, and the land to be free and clear from mortgages and other debt at the time the Deed is delivered.  You receive your Deed upon final payment.
  8. May I pay off the property early without penalty?
    Yes.  By paying off the account balance early you will receive a discount of 7% off the outstanding principal balance. You may also make extra payments of any amount at any time to reduce the balance and save interest. 
  9. Can I sell my property in the future?
    Yes.  You can sell your land at any time and for any price.
  10. May I hunt?
    Yes.  If the purpose of your visit is to hunt, you should write in advance to the provincial capital to obtain a non-resident hunting licence and a current set of game regulations.
  11. What can we do if we want a parcel of land now, but we can’t come to see it until later or next year?
    We guarantee an Exchange Privilege, which allows you, upon initial inspection of your property, within 24 months from date of purchase, to transfer your equity to any other parcel of land we offer of equal or greater value.  This ensures you that you will get the land best suited for you.

We believe every question you can ask is answered on our website, but if you don’t understand the terms, do not hesitate to contact us.

Wolterland Estates owns all properties it sells, therefore you buy directly from the owner.

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Our properties are sold on a first come, first served basis. We suggest you write, phone or fax your order immediately because the lands are selling fast.

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Wolter Land Estates has close to 40 years experience providing quality land in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Ontario. We have sold land in Canada to many customers from around the world and our terms make it easy for you. Wolter Land Estates offers a great selection of land and our inventory is frequently updated with new property.

Our properties are sold on a first come, first served basis. We suggest you email, phone, fax or write your Order because the lands are selling fast! Be sure to read our Guarantees and Policies that offer additional benefits.

Nova Scotia is a Canadian province located on Canada's southeastern coast. It is the most populous province in the Maritimes, and its capital, Halifax, is a major economic centre of the region. Nova Scotia is the second smallest province in Canada, with an area of 55,284 km². Its population of 934,405 makes it the fourth least populous province of the country.


New Brunswick is one of Canada's three Maritime provinces, and the only constitutionally bilingual province (French and English) in the country. Its capital is Fredericton. The provincial Department of Finance estimates that the province's population in 2006 was 749,168, of which a majority is English-speaking, but a large minority (35%, chiefly of Acadian origin) is French-speaking.


"Right now and into the next decade, the boomers are likely to make cottage country hot, forcing prices higher and creating some interesting investment opportunities"
- Halifax Herald