Thursday, January 29, 2015

Haliburton Homes

Vacation Home Potential Buyers Get A Lot More Bang for His or Her Buck in Haliburton

You will discover bargains to be had for absolutely everyone shopping for an Ontario lakefront cottage or lakefront vacation home in cottage country.





Consumer’s just ought to look beyond the Muskoka Lakes district and set ones sights on the Haliburton Highlands, according to Rob Serediuk, a licensed real estate sales representative with Chestnut Park Real Estate Limited Brokerage’s Haliburton / Kawartha Lakes office.

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Monday, January 26, 2015

Haliburton Highlands Fall Sunrise


Enjoy the magic of a fall sunrise in Haliburton Highlands cottage country, Ontario, Canada. Video captured using iPhone

Saturday, January 24, 2015

First Home Condo

Thinking Condo Review Status Certificate

Planning a marriage and considering a first home, maybe a condo.
Is buying a condo any different from buying a house?



Condo possession has some distinct characteristics you ought to be aware of about prior to you beginning your search.

For instance, some condominiums are advertised as “adult lifestyle,” while others are more child-friendly and have features for families, such as playrooms or a playground.

And, as opposed to a house, condos are likely to have rules restricting the size and class of pets, noise, balcony/patio furniture, decorations and even drapes or flooring material. Seek out out what’s allowed and what’s not, and be at ease with those rules when contemplating a purchase.



An additional unique component of condos is a document called the status certificate with critical details about the condo corporation and the specific unit you are enthusiastic about.

The condo corporation must provide it to you (for a fee of up to $100) when you ask for it. So, when you do find a condo you like, it’s very important to make your offer conditional on a review of the status certificate by your real estate lawyer, preferably one with experience in condominium transactions.


Monday, January 19, 2015

Wintertime Weekend Getaways



Wintertime Fun For Your Family Weekend Getaways

Winter getaways is some thing that is enjoyed by a great number of travelers who come to explore the Haliburton Highlands in Ontario Canada.

Whilst you visit and enjoy the many winter things to do in the area you should also take some time and just relax.



Winter Things To accomplish

  • Snowmobiling
  • Dogsledding
  • Downhill Skiing
  • Cross Country Skiing
  • Snowshoeing
  • Ice Climbing
  • Tobogganing
  • Ice Skating
  • Ice Fishing


Summer and winter vacations are frequently similar in length, lasting about two months each.

Spring and fall weekend vacations usually are not as popular with the masses but popular to seniors and couples who are looking for quiet times away.

The preferred weekends away are the long weeks which my count claims 9, see Long Weekend Family Getaways.



Let’s get 2015 off to an energetic start off with some outdoor wintertime fun.

Bundle up, round up your pals and family, and get ready to enjoy and play in the snow while it lasts.

Come out to the Loralea Country Inn Resort on Halls Lake in the Haliburton Highlands.

There are family cottages and studio cabins for couples searching a winter weekend getaway to a country setting.




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