ABOUT PEI

 
 
PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND
Prince Edward Island is one of the four Atlantic provinces located on the Canadian east coast, and is connected to the mainland by the Confederation Bridge. The Island is crescent-shaped and resembles a cradle, thus the Mi'kmaq name of Abegweit, which means "the land cradled on the waves". Our rich culture and heritage offers much to be seen and explored, and our warm hospitality sets us apart. The green, fertile landscape and water views make our Island's atmosphere unique. They also allow us to produce some of the finest food experiences found globally, and our miles of sandy beaches are some of the best in the world. Prince Edward Island is Canada's smallest and greenest province, and is a place of natural beauty where the air and waters are fresh and clean


Here with New Home PEI, we offer properties for sale in this picturesque province and look forward to serving you for all your real estate needs in this beautiful Island. We have waterfront properties, family homes, cottages and recreational properties, farms & vacant land, apartments & duplexes, investment properties, land & lots, and commercial properties for sale.

If you are buying property, we have access to the MLS (Multiple Listing Service) and can promptly find you information about any property for sale on PEI. If you are selling, we can provide you with a professional marketing package including a free, confidential evaluation of your property. New Home PEI is working with Royal LePage Prince Edward Realty whom have been selling properties on PEI for over 30 years and are looking forward to helping you. Welcome to the land of Anne of Green Gables! Enjoy your stay here on PEI.

These are a few links to other websites with additional information about PEI. We hope that this will be helpful for you to get to know the Island. If you have any additional questions not answered by these websites, please contact us. We are here to help!

The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission
This site has all the required information and forms for non-resident buyers. They have a FAQ page and a section where you can download all the forms you need to make an application for buying property on PEI.

PEI Maps
This is part of the PEI government site where you can view maps of the Island with links to different community information and tourist attractions.

More PEI Maps
Brought to you by Mapblast, which has recently merged with MSN. View detailed maps of the Island right down to street level in some communities.

Prince Edward Island Government Site
This is the Provincial Government website with a large amount of information about the Island. You can find information about any government programs, tourism, schools, etc. They will mail out visitor packages at no charge to you. There is even a place to send digital postcards with a PEI theme included!
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