We are the positive voice for landlords

About Us

Established in 1978, The Investment Property Owners Association of Nova Scotia (IPOANS) is the collective voice representing residential investment property owners. When IPOANS speaks on industry issues industry stakeholders listen.

IPOANS primary focus is providing members with Advocacy, Education, Membership Services programs.

Members

Members own and manage over 45,000 apartment rental units throughout Nova Scotia. And are vital economic and philanthropic contributors in the communities in which they live and operate their businesses.

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Events

Networking events include our annual AGM Awards Gala, Dinner and Tradeshow, Quarterley Lunch and Learn Informational sessions, Industry Workshops, and an Annual Golf Tournament.  

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Purpose

Representing the interests of Nova Scotia’s residential property owners through the deliverance of Advocacy, Education and Membership Services intiatives that provide members with tangible long-term benefits.

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Membership

 

Over 140 Members and Climbing!

Join with confidence knowing IPOANS is the collective positive voice representing residential landlords!

INSight

Multi-Res News

Canadian Market Trends

Big challenges in booming multifamily sector: CAIC panel Government regulations are slowing the supply of much-needed new purpose-built rental apartments, and tighter rent controls could exacerbate the problem, according to a panel of senior executives which closed...

NS Human Rights

Access to Rental Accommodations Intake staff at the Nova Scotia Human Rights Commission regularly receive inquiries from the public concerning access to rental accommodations....Read...

Development

Queen's Marque built with future storms in mind, says developer. In the wake of Dorian, the builder of the Queen's Marque — a mixed-use development under construction on the Halifax waterfront — says the building has been designed with future storms and rising sea...

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