Many of our clients considering moving to the area from the south, with intentions to live here permanently, ask us about the local economy and career opportunities. Like the areas around us, we are growing in numbers- and quickly. And with growth comes the need to accommodate. To me, this means potential for local job
Hi Everybody, welcome to the Blog of the Week! This one is more informative than interesting… but nonetheless a must know for anyone buying a home with less than 20% to put down! Lets try to keep this as simple as possible. CMHC insurance, or mortgage default insurance, is an additional premium added to a
Dan and myself have had the luxury of having a cottage on the Nottawasaga River since we were young. Although we were only children, I can still remember how different Wasaga Beach was back then. The one thing that hasn’t changed and that will continue to remain the same is the Nottawasaga River. There is
Progress can always be measured… Aside from the 18-20% population increase in the past 7 years, we now have more supporting data that shows that Wasaga Beach continues to move in the ‘right’ direction, economically. Last year, 2017, $108 million dollars in construction projects in the beach were recorded, spread out over 674 building permits.
As we all know the winter months are slow months for real estate sales in Ontario. Generally we see a downward trend in sales volume at the beginning of the winter season and it starts its climb back up in January but remains low until May. Many people, especially those in a buying position, can
Some good news and evidence of progression of the Wasaga Beach Master Plan Development. On February 8, The Town will be hosting another brainstorming session, but this time focussed on the inhabitants of the new development ‘hub’. A new arena and library as the focal point seem to be favoured by Wasaga Beach residents and