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My Dad

When I first decided to become a Prince Edward Island REALTOR®, I only confided in a few people about my new endeavour and one of those people is my most trusted confidante – my Dad.
I’m so grateful for a lot of people who helped me out along the way to get going but the person I’m most grateful for is him. He passes out my business cards, shares my posts on Facebook, tells me to get my oil changed in my car and is great to put things into perspective in a quiet way. Mostly, he really understands the excitement and passion it takes to be an entrepreneur, as he’s always been one himself.
My Dad has been a a PEI farmer his whole life and also buys and sells livestock all across the Island – he’s always on the road trailering cattle, goats, sheep, picking up calves – etc.. If I had a dollar, for every time someone said “Oh you’re Byron Weeks’s daughter” – I’d have quite the savings account!
If you’re in the market for livestock 🐄🐃 🐑🐐of any kind for your PEI farm- give my Dad a call and he’ll find you what you’re looking for. He has a flip phone so texting is not preferred 🤣 – make sure you tell him you got his info from my post – I’m working on a commission here!! ha ha 🤣
In all seriousness, Thank you Dad for teaching me to be a hardworker, to be respectful and to be appreciative for what you have and thanks for the support and encouragement always. Love you!
Marsha Weeks

Your PEI Home Maintenance Printable!

You did it! You bought your dream home, and before you moved in you had a home inspection and the house cleaned top to bottom. And finally, you, your family, and your belongings have a healthy and safe home.


Fast forward to the future, and you’re ready to move onto the next dream home. And now you’re struggling to remember when was the last time you asphalt-ed the driveway, or when you updated your electrical system. All of a sudden, you’re tasked with connecting the dots and figuring out who and when you had whichever service was done. It can be stressful and confusing, and you’re bound to forget a couple of things.


That’s why I always recommend my clients begin a maintenance log as soon as they hang up the phone on their first service provider. Even if your dream home is your forever home, it’s always handy to know when the last time your septic was pumped, or if it’s high time for a furnace inspection. Keeping your home regularly maintained and keeping record of maintenance can go a long way when it’s time to resell to get top dollar.


So how do you keep a maintenance log? You can make it as low-tech as a notebook, or as complicated as an excel spreadsheet. Or, you can try the easiest option – downloading my free & printable maintenance log worksheet! Click the link below to download today!







Prince Edward Island Hospitality – The Island Way

I’m a proud Islander. A REALLY proud Islander and I know that I’m fortunate to have been born and raised on Prince Edward Island.

I feel like a proud parent when people come and visit our Island and remark on its beauty and I love seeing our Island through the lens of a visitor. When I see families on our PEI beaches or playing outside- it makes my heart happy. When I drive along the North shore of Cavendish through the National Park, I sometimes get overwhelmed  with emotion, at the views and vistas. I have a beach that I think is “mine” and I selfishly rarely tell anyone about it.  I am someone who has read Anne of Green Gables by LM Montgomery  every winter since I was a child and I love it more every time I read it. I have a spot overlooking the harbour in North Rustico, PEI  where I do my “best thinking”  and my “best daydreaming” and I never take for-granted that where I live is peaceful, safe and a place where people look out for each other. I never feel the need to travel, because I am content with my surroundings and if you couldn’t tell, I really think there is no where better to be in the world than on Prince Edward Island.

My first job ever was a “bus girl” at Fisherman’s Wharf lobster suppers – I had just turned 13 years old. I was SO excited to start working and it really engrained in me the foundations of hospitality and what it meant to be a hard worker. Minimum wage in the 90’s was about $4.25 an hour and the servers would give us some tips at the end of the shift for cleaning their tables.  I had an empty cheese whiz jar with a paper “log” where I would record my tip money each night (and double count it as I shared a room with my sisters haha). I can honestly say, that in those days, of being 13 years old with no expenses – I have never felt as rich. I would phone my best friend on our rotary phone (I’m actually only 37 years old but I’m making myself sound old!) and we would dream and plan our “shopping trip” at the “Zellers Mall” in Charlottetown for back to school. If times were good, and my Dad agreed, this would sometimes evolve into planning a trip to Moncton which was basically like the most exciting trip that a farm girl from PEI could dream of!

My summer jobs in Hospitality only evolved through the years, moving my way up to Hostess and serving at a Cavendish, PEI restaurant for many years. As a lot of youth do, I wanted to expand my horizons and to see what the world offered, so I headed out to Calgary and enrolled in the Hospitality Management Program at SAIT.  During that time, I was SO blessed to manage a restaurant  for a family owned business – the owners treated me like family. Fast forward, 8 years later, Prince Edward Island called me home and I switched focus to hotels and PEI resort & cottage business. I loved (and still do) hospitality – I love meeting people and I love showing them the best of Prince Edward Island (excluding my favourite beach-ha!) and working with people has always been the basis of my career path. Some of my favourite people and the best stories I have are from years in the Hospitality industry.

I think if the state of the world has taught us anything, it’s that the little things do matter and that living our dreams is important. I can’t even tell you how many times, I’ve met visitors to PEI who say, they wish that they could pack up and move here.

Well, you can!

There are so many opportunities to live and work on Prince Edward Island and if you are someone that thinks that a move to the east coast is in your future –  You need to make that happen!  My best friend, who lives in Toronto, was recently telling me about being in the process of buying a condo in downtown Toronto. The price point, to get into a small 1 bedroom condo was somewhere in the 750 K range. I know I am bias, but wouldn’t it be wonderful to make that investment on Prince Edward Island, where you could escape to the Island, in the summer months or better yet, live here year-round,

You can:

  • Be your own boss.
  • Use your creativity to make your own place unique and special.
  • Give up that 2 hour commute and the 9-5 grind.
  • Go for a walk everyday to the beach, which you are never far from!
  • Meet your neighbours, get involved in the community – be part of something great!
  • Discover the important-to-you things in life  – Grow a garden, plant flowers, collect sea-glass, take a cooking class, bake bread, learn to play the guitar, meet interesting people, read books, and most importantly, be the “you” you were meant to be!

If any of this sounds like I am speaking about you – reach out and I’ll help you make your PEI dreams come true!


Until next time, reach out anytime!


Marsha – Proud Islander, PEI Wedding Officiant & PEI REALTOR®  




My name is Marsha Weeks and this is who I am!

I’m a licensed REALTOR® with EXIT Realty PEI

There are so many stereotypes associated with real estate and one of them is that you have to be a “shark” to be successful. Folks, I am definitely not a shark.

After encouragement from my friends and family, I enrolled in the pre-licensing course and after navigating my first month as an agent, I found that you don’t have to be a “shark” to be a PEI REALTOR®and in fact, most people really appreciate the qualities, skills, ethics and personality that I bring to the table. Being myself has actually helped me gain the trust of my clients and reassures them that I will work hard on their behalf.

Here is a little about me and my personality:

  • I work hard, I’m fair and honest, and believe me, I can’t lie – you’d see it all over my face!
  • I believe in strong communities where children can grow up with the same feeling of security I had during my childhood. There is nothing that makes my heart happier than seeing small businesses in communities, children riding their bikes and playing outside and people getting to know their neighbours.
  • I believe in people who want to make where they live a better place
  • I’m genuine, sincere and empathetic – I love meeting people and I always treat them with respect;  I believe in saying “Please” and “Thank you”!
  • I am loyal, and beyond anything else, I will represent your interests to the very best of my ability
  • I’m a farmers daughter and proud Islander (seriously, so proud that I had the privilege of growing up here)
  • I am motivated by the greater good of working and building a real estate practice built on loyalty, trust and respect.
  • I love antiques, playing my fiddle and spending time with my niece and nephews
  • Being a PEI marriage commissioner/wedding officiant is one of the highlights of my life and is my heart. Choosing to add being a Realtor® to my life path is my way of enhancing my commitment and love of being part of the achievement and celebration of milestones in people’s lives.

The most fortunate part of my real estate journey so far is that I have a mentor in the industry, someone who has been practicing Real Estate for 33 years on the Island -Jim Carragher. He and his wife Gaylene align so closely with my values and work practices that I feel that I have won the jackpot with Jim as my teacher! I love the stories behind people and I think that if  buying or selling property on PEI is part of your next chapter, I’d be honoured to be part of it.

I hope you’ll reach out when you’re ready to buy or sell a home or farm in PEI – I’d love to hear from you!