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It's Cold!

It has been extremely cold over the Christmas holiday and activity has slowed in the Real Estate world.  Typically we see an increase in interest from buyers by mid January.  We get accustomed to the fact that winter is here and we move on with our lives.   From a Buying prospective cold weather is not a bad thing.  It gives you a chance to see a home in the harshest conditions.  ...

Things to Consider Before your Home Search

1. Things to Consider Before Starting Your Search What Features Do You Need? Do you need an extra bathroom, a garage, a fenced backyard, or lower utility bills? Do you want a fireplace, a short drive to work, or maybe minimal yard work? Once your list is complete, decide what’s most important to you. What’s the Ideal Location? Where you live obviously affects your lifestyle; it’s ...

Powerful Real Estate Investing Tips for 2014

 Powerful real estate investing tips for 2014 It's 2014! You may be thinking of investing in real estate this year, but how difficult is it? Use these tips to make strong property investments without being overwhelmed: 1) Learn Selectively Learning how to buy that first investment house or property can be overwhelming. If you search Google for “real estate investing” you are ...

How Realtors Help

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Kenora Cottage Country Real Estate

Recreational real estate sales volumes in 2013 surpassed 2012 levels by about 10%. Sale prices in 2013 were similar to 2012, the increase in volume pushed the average sale price up in 2013 to $375,100. The range for water access vacant land sales was $58,000 to $275,000. The range for road access waterfront vacant land sales was $78,000 to $450,000. The range for water access cottage sales ...

Merry Christmas!

Just want to wish everyone a Mery Christmas, Holiday season, and Happy New Year! With 2014 just around the corner, we can set are plans for the year, and think about all the good things from the past too. Have fun with family and friends.  

Winter definitly here

We have far more snow than we typically for this time of year and the temps have been in the minus 20's for the past week.  Took some time on the weekend to shovel the Flying Club plane out of the snowbank, now all we need is a little warmer weather and we can get airborne.  

What Holiday Hosts Want

The Perfect Gift A gift-giving guide for when you're invited to dinner. Tis' the season for celebrations and soirees. Whether it's a dinner party or a cocktail party, it's proper etiquette (and a good idea) to bring a gift for your hosts. The challenge is that most people don't know what to bring or what is appropriate. Style (and thoughtfulness) over substance is the key to a successful party ...

December 2013

Experiencing some late season activity as Buyers continue the search for the right property and potential Sellers explore options to sell their property. Permanent snow arrived in Minaki, Kenora and Sioux Narrows on November 15-16.  Many bays have iced over as temps remain well below 0C.  About 6" of snow on the ground around Kenora as of Nov. 27. FOR SALE - 2013 Yamaha RS90 ...

Christmas Season in Full Swing!

The big Christmas Tree is up on Main St. and local businesses have begun decorating their storefronts. A lot of great community events happening this weekend and you can see how much our community really comes together at Christmas time. The 23rd annual CJRL Miracle Marathon for the Salvation Army, Festival of Trees, and the Santa Claus parade are all happening this weekend. The Miracle Marathon is ...