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As stated last time, Ontario cottage life is idyllic. Period. Well, that is true. KINCARDINE Area cottage life however is the zephyr of idyllic. Exclamation Point. (Okay, I promise to drop this for good now.)
Home ownership has been part of the Canadian Dream for a long time. Today it is as powerful as ever. It's a source of financial security, drives economic activity and binds communities together. The benefits of home ownership are why we all fight so hard to protect it and make it more affordable for young families.
Winter activities both indoor and outside abound across Kincardine and Port Elgin. Lake Huron creates a winter wonderland for these port towns that families and friends enjoy.
For most people simply the idea of starting to think about moving produces high stress. To help make moving to Kincardine as painless as possible, here are a few quick tips to help.
People often think that Spring and Summer are the best times to buy a home and move. There are some valid reasons such as it is more comfortable outside, more people are more mobile, the sellers know that their yards look better with no snow on them. There are several powerful reasons why shopping for a house during the Ontario winter months is a smart time to buy real estate.
Changes to the eligibility rules for new government-backed insured residential real estate mortgages were announced by the Minister of Finance on Monday, October 3/16. There have been some further clarifications since then. This reflects the new changes with modifications to the regulations from the original release as of Dec. 8/16.
The Kincardine area offers many positives why it is a tremendous community to work, raise a family, retire or just plain play! The following are just a few of the reasons why Kincardine is an excellent place to live or cottage:
Moving is one of life's most stressful events. Maybe a little less so if moving to Kincardine than away but neverthelesshere's a quick guide to make it as painless as possible.
Decide what not to pack
Now's a good time to declutter your life by deciding which items you don't want to take with you. Decide what you want to give away, throw away, or sell.
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