Buying a Cottage

So you’ve decided you want to buy a cottage and see the benefits of renting it out.

It’s a great decision as long as you look at it the right way – as a business.  And if that’s what you want, we are here to help you out.

We’ve been in the rental business for nearly 20 years; we’ve owned our own cottages and achieved massive success at renting them out, and we want to share what we have learned with you.

Choosing a Realtor

While there are hundreds of realtors in cottage country who know their location well, finding one that also understands the rental market can be challenging.  Your selection of a buyer’s realtor can spell the difference between a cottage that sits empty and one that achieves maximum occupancy.

Rental potential

We’ve been working with realtors across southern Ontario for years, and know those who will help you find, not only your dream cottage, but also the one that will create the best income as well.

These are the ones we know have the knowledge and care to point you in the right direction in terms of rental potential of a cottage.

Buying a Cottage

Erin Hughes

Areas I cover: Quinte area, Hastings County, Haliburton Highlands, etc.

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Jim Marshall

Jim has helped many of our clients buy and sell their homes.  He is a great choice for Muskoka, Georgian Bay and Parry Sound

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Chris Winney

Chris is an outstanding realtor – areas in Lennox & Addington Land O’Lakes – Eastern Ontario.

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Tammy & Heath Gurr

We love these guys and you will too if you are buying in  Rideau Lakes, Westport & Kingston area!

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Jill Price

Great realtor for helping with purchase in Bancroft & Eastern Ontario

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Jane Wicks

Working out of Burks Falls, Jane covers Magnetawan, Kearney and north of Huntsville with a strong local knowledge.

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