Seasonal homes are known by many different names, and the names
often vary depending upon location. You may hear them called camps, cottages,
beach houses, cabins, or chalets. Many are located near the water, but
sometimes they are secluded in the woods or in the mountains. No matter what we
name them, these properties call to us and remind us of the carefree holidays
of our youth. Seasonal homes are the root of fond memories that include days on
a beach and in the water, and evenings by a campfire, roasting marshmallows,
telling stories, and eating s’mores.
Nonetheless, buying a vacation home is not for the faint of heart.
It is important to do your research before deciding to make an investment. Read
on for some considerations when searching for the perfect cottage.
Wasaga Beach, a resort town in Simcoe County, Ontario, Canada, is the latest addition to the Realty Executives International family. Adding to Realty Executives On the Bay Ltd. offices in Midland, Tiny, and Wyevale, Broker/Owner Grace Kidd believes that Wasaga Beach is a key business location.
“Our brokerage will not only serve the real estate needs of Wasaga Beach and the surrounding community, but it will expose our brand to the many tourists who visit from other regions,” Kidd says.
Tourism is recognized as a major industry in the town, which attracts over one million visitors every year according to the Wasaga Beach Chamber of Commerce. “Our quality of life and safe, friendly community has attracted a steady stream of new residents and seasonal dwellers over the years. We are proud of our community and delighted to share it with our many visitors throughout the year,” comments Mayor Brian Smith.