Jocelyne LeBlanc's blog
Nestled between Central Moncton and Dieppe, Lewisville is one of Greater Moncton’s most popular family neighbourhoods. While it’s safe streets and quiet nature might have you feeling like you’re far removed from the City, you’re only minutes from shopping, cinema and dining. Technically, Lewisville is within limits of the City of Moncton.
Buying a home itself is usually quite easy. As long as you’ve secured financing and saved a downpayment, you can get to shopping for a place of your own.
The neighbourhood of Victoria Park is located in the heart of the city and boasts some of our most incredible heritage homes. If you’re looking for mature trees, climbing ivy, and homes with a story, then you need to look no further than this incredible neighbourhood.
Moncton is Officially a Sellers’ Market. 3 Things You Must Know Before Listing Your Home.
If you’re from the East Coast, chances are you’ve heard that Shediac, NB is home to Canada’s warmest saltwater beaches, and the world’s largest lobster. But if you’ve had a chance to visit, you know that Shediac is home to a unique feeling all its own.
“It’s so quiet and peaceful here, and yet, you are in the heart of downtown”--Natalie
“Like something from a movie”--Christie
“It feels so warm and inviting”--Cearagh
Looking for a home in a well-established neighbourhood with wide tree-lined streets, close to parks, walking trails, schools, and within walking distance to amenities like grocery stores and coffee shops? Then look no further than Fairview Knoll in Moncton’s other ‘north end’. Located in the northeast corner of Moncton nestled in between McLaughlin Drive and Elmwood Drive lies, in my opinion, one of Moncton’s best kept secrets.