I have lived in the beautiful Annapolis Valley all of my life and proud to call it home! Throughout those years I have raised my family, volunteered in the community, built many personal and professional relationships and gained an intimate knowledge of this region. The Valley has so much to offer including schools, community groups and programs, local businesses, events and military family life.
Prior to Real Estate I worked for over 25 years in customer service and sales and have been recognized professionally for my dedication to superior service. I have always loved Real Estate and everything about the process of finding the perfect home! It is a deeply personal endeavour and I truly value the trust that my clients place in me. My priority is to make this experience fun, easy and stress free for my clients. I will consult with you, negotiate for you and ensure the hundreds of steps in the real estate process are handled properly for you.
"Selling a house is a very stressful thing to do. But it certainly helps to have an awesome realtor. Trish Rafuse is the best. She guided me through all the highs and especially through all the lows, and couldn't have worked any harder for me to get my property sold in the time that I needed it done. I highly recommend Trish for any of your realtor needs. She certainly cares about what she does for others. She will go that extra mile."
"I most definitely recommend this amazing lady as a realtor. I can honestly say that Trish gave her utmost availability at all times in my search for budget wise as well as quality; with live videos during strict covid protocols, honesty, integrity, professional kindness and trust I can always count on. She remains my first choice in realtors."
"Trish was so patient and willing to go just about anywhere to help us find the house of our dreams. We were new to the province and she went out of her way to introduce us to our new home province, and all the amazing little towns along the way. If we ever need to buy a new home Trish will be the only person we call."