Jennifer McFadden

Jennifer McFadden

CENTURY 21 Absolute Realty Inc.
  • 506-227-6644
  • 506-856-6249
  • 506-856-0347
  • 506-856-6249
  • 506-856-0347
  • 525 Main Street
    Moncton, NB E1C 1C4
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As a CENTURY 21® Real Estate professional specializing in both residential and commercial services, I am dedicated to providing you with the highest quality service possible. My personal knowledge of the  Real Estate market is combined with the power of the CENTURY 21 brand - the most recognized name in Real Estate today.

Let me assist you in finding your property of choice, in a neighbourhood and or area that is right for you and suits YOUR needs while keeping your price point at top of mind. Or if you are interested in selling a property, I also have the expertise to help you get the job done with optimal service, integrity and responsibility at hand.

I look forward to the opportunity of working for you!

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Property List

186 Maple Street, Moncton, NB E1C 6A4
Beds: 2 / Baths: 2
1,390 living area
11 Maple Trail Lane, Riverview, NB E1B 5K3
Beds: 2 / Baths: 1
1,070 living area

New Brunswick Real Estate Association Course

  • Productivity Enhancement Process

Dowtown Moncton

Downtown Centre

 Downtown Centre concepts 


Moncton is Growing.


The prospect of a new multi-use sports and entertainment centre in downtown Moncton has been a centerpiece of civic discussions in Moncton for the last several years.  The focus on a multi-use sports and entertainment complex was also motivated by successful projects elsewhere in Canada in cities with similar characteristics to the Moncton market, including London, Kingston, Sault-Ste-Marie, Kelowna, Saint John and Halifax.  All have used their downtown arenas to anchor a thriving downtown city core

Land Development, Construction, Development Control

Urban Planning


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The Urban Planning Department manages the growth and physical form of the city. The Department plays an important role in leading and guiding all functions related to land use planning and development, including developing land use plans, policies and by-laws and by managing the approval processes for development applications.

Development Control

Development Control ensures that all properties are developed and used according to the City’s Municipal Plan, Zoning By-law, and other applicable by-laws and regulations. This function is integrated into the City’s “One Stop Shop for Building, Planning and Development Services” to ensure a customer focused approach to all building, planning and development applications. Development Control generally focuses on:

  • Providing advice and guidance on planning and development applications;
  • Process Development Permit approvals to ensure that all development complies with the Municipal Plan, Zoning By-law and other municipal requirements; and
  • Respond to public zoning inquiries, including issuing Zoning Confirmation and Compliance Letters.       

Development Planning

The Development Planning facilitates the orderly use and development of property in accordance with the City’s approved policies, by-laws, and development standards. Planning staff work with Engineering and other city departments to provide a customer-focused service that takes a proactive approach to application review, sound community planning, and well constructed infrastructure. The Development Planning division activities include:

  • Administering the City of Moncton’s Municipal Plan, Zoning By-law, Subdivision By-law, and Controlled Access By-laws;
  • Reviewing and processing rezoning applications which involve amending the Municipal Plan and Zoning By-law;
  • Reviewing and processing Planning Advisory Committee (PAC) applications which involve variance, terms & conditions, rulings of compatibility, non-conforming uses, and temporary uses;
  • Providing land use planning advice to individuals, businesses, government agencies and other associations involved with preparing development proposals;
  • Coordinating a weekly Development Review service with Engineering and Environmental Services Department and other departments to review preliminary development proposals and provide pre-application advice to developers;
  • Conducting site plan reviews on proposed development for compliance with Municipal Plan and Zoning By-law and other municipal requirements; and
  • Responding to development and site selection inquiries.

Subdivision Approval

The Subdivision Approval function focuses on ensuring an orderly approach to land development. It generally involves dividing land into smaller parcels in order to legally register separate ownership titles with the Land Titles office. Many of the subdivisions that the city deals with create new building lots, streets and land for public purposes. The Urban Planning Department coordinates the application process and facilitates a Development Review process with Engineering and Environmental Services, Parks, Recreation and Culture, Legal Services and other city departments and government agencies to ensure that all applications comply with the City’s Municipal Plan, Zoning By-law, Subdivision By-law, and other applicable policies and regulations.

Long Range Policy Planning

Long Range Policy Planning works to balance the environmental, social, and economic needs of the city as means to achieve the City’s vision of a livable, sustainable and prosperous community. To ensure development takes place in a rational manner, the Long Range Policy Planning division is involved in a wide range of activities such as:

  • Managing and implementing the City’s Municipal Plan, including growth management and planning for downtown and existing neighbourhoods;
  • Preparing and reviewing Neighbourhood Plans;
  • Preparing and reviewing Secondary Land Use Plans;
  • Developing of Urban Design Policies and Guidelines;
  • Conducting housing research and policy development;
  • Preparing Climate Change Adaptation and Mitigation Plans;
  • Compiling and analyzing data on population projections, neighbourhood profiles, commercial and industrial land inventories, and other data.

The division also serves as a resource and assists other departments with Environmental, Economic and Industrial Development, Recreation, Downtown, Heritage, and Sustainable Transportation Planning.

Staging Your Home

7 Tips for Staging Your Home

The first step to getting buyers to make an offer on your home is to impress them with its appearance so they begin to envision themselves living there. Here are seven tips for making your home look bigger, brighter, and more desirable.


1.  Start with a Clean Slate

Before you can worry about where to place furniture and which wall hanging should go where, each room in your home must be spotless. Do a thorough cleaning right down to the nitpicky details like wiping down light switch covers. Deep clean and deodorize carpets and window coverings.


2.  Stow Away Your Clutter

It’s harder for buyers to picture themselves in your home when they’re looking at your family photos, collectibles, and knickknacks. Pack up all your personal decorations. However, don’t make spaces like mantles and coffee and end tables barren. Leave three items of varying heights on each surface for example, place a lamp, a small plant, and a book on an end table.


3.  Scale Back on Your Furniture

When a room is packed with furniture, it looks smaller, which will make buyers think your home is less valuable than it is. Make sure buyers appreciate the size of each room by removing one or two pieces of furniture. If you have an eat-in dining area, using a small table and chair set makes the area seem bigger.


4.  Rethink Your Furniture Placement

Highlight the flow of your rooms by arranging the furniture to guide buyers from one room to another. In each room, create a focal point on the farthest wall from the doorway and arrange the other pieces of furniture in a triangle around the focal point. In the bedroom, the bed should be the focal point. In the living room, it may be the fireplace, and your couch and sofa can form the triangle in front of it.


5.  Add Color To Brighten Your Rooms

Brush on a fresh coat of warm, neutral-color paint in each room. Ask your real estate agent for help choosing the right shade. Then accessorize. Adding a vibrant afghan, throw, or accent pillows for the couch will jazz up a muted living room, as will a healthy plant or a bright vase on your mantle. High-wattage bulbs in your light fixtures will also brighten up rooms and basements.


6.  Set the Scene

Lay logs in the fireplace, and set your dining room table with dishes and a centerpiece of fresh fruit or flowers. Create other vignettes throughout the home — such as a chess game in progress — to help buyers envision living there. Replace heavy curtains with sheer ones that let in more light.

Make your bathrooms feel luxurious by adding a new shower curtain, towels, and fancy guest soaps (after you put all your personal toiletry items are out of sight). Judiciously add subtle potpourri, scented candles, or boil water with a bit of vanilla mixed in. If you have pets, clean bedding frequently and spray an odor remover before each showing.


7.  Make the Entrance Grand

Mow your lawn and trim your hedges, and turn on the sprinklers for 30 minutes before showings to make your lawn sparkle. If flowers or plants don’t surround your home’s entrance, add a pot of bright flowers. Top it all off by buying a new doormat and adding a seasonal wreath to your front door



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Readers Digest 2008 - "Moncton. Canada's most courteous city"

Welcome to Moncton, Canada’s most courteous city (Readers Digest 2008), which is equally as beautiful, from the downtown core to the people’s joie de vivre. Moncton is the largest census metropolitan area in New Brunswick, with a population of 138,644. 

This section of the website offers links to Moncton’s greatest attractions to help you plan your vacation. Whether you’re interested in flying high through the trees at TreeGo, an aerial obstacle course, taking in part of the thriving cultural scene, or prefer to keep your feet on the ground walking the beautiful trails in one of our many parks, Moncton will not fail to impress.

Thank you for choosing Moncton as your vacation destination! City Hall

Moncton's Guiding Principle


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Guiding Principle

On August 19, 2013, Moncton City Council adopted the following Guiding Principle, as recommended by the Bilingualism in Moncton committee:

"Moncton is a unique community that supports and celebrates the two official languages and linguistic communitities, promotes the value and source of pride they represent through their unique cultures and fosters a sense of belonging and true equality for all of its citizens."

Moncton Statistics

Information on Moncton

Greater Moncton (within 15 km)

Population Greater Moncton: 144,810

Language Distribution:

Anglophone: 77,345 (62%) Francophone: 42,925 (35%) French & English: 1,085 (1%) Other: 2,555 (2%)

Hospitals: 2 (800 beds)

Universities: 2

Community Colleges: 2

Other: 11

High Schools: 5

Elementary & Middle Schools: 36