When the best time is to buy or sell a home? While certain seasons may be busier than others, the fluctuations within the real estate market have far more to do with the concept of supply and demand than they do with the time of year. That’s why it’s important to pay attention to the housing market and whether your local area is experiencing a balanced, buyer’s or seller’s market.
Winter in cottage country can be just as magical as summer - maybe even more so. Many hold the romantic notion of spending the day skating on a frozen lake, snowshoeing through the forest or blazing a trail through fresh powder on skis or a snowmobile, followed by evenings sipping a beverage snuggled near a roaring fire. With a bit of planning and some safety in mind, these dreams can come true for many.
As the housing markets continues to increase in complexity, buyers and sellers are looking for clarity and a streamlined process. It is not surprising that a number of home buyers are taking charge of their search, and with tools like realtor.ca and HouseSigma, consumers are able to proceed solo. Once they have found properties they like, they simply reach out to the Listing Agents for more information.
The days are shorter, the water has cooled off, and the docks are out for the season. Now that Fall has settled in, you might think it’s time to close up the cottage for the winter and start planning for next summer. If you do, you may be missing out on some of the best that cottage country has to offer. Now that your focus is not on the water, you can spend your days exploring all of the other things that make cottage country so great. From hiking trails to craft shows to some great places to eat,
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