With today’s real estate market, the buyer doesn’t often have a lot of clout in the closing date and when possession can be taken. Buyers are tempted to take whatever date is available and not bother trying to include a specific date in their offer. It means that frequently home buyers are stuck between houses and need temporary accommodation and …
With water levels still high in the Muskoka region, many residents in the area are looking for alternatives that will protect their belongings, prepare for future flooding in the years to come as well as make restoring their homes that little bit easier – portable storage can help with all of these.
With the first few snowfalls of the season and temperatures plunging to -20 in Muskoka, Ontario’s winter is in full force. As a result, it’s probably the case that your sitting at home wondering where you can store all those items you won’t need for the next six months. Have you considered portable storage?
With fall beginning this month, winter is just a few months away and that means you’re probably in the process of closing your cottage – if you haven’t already. Unfortunately, leaving your cottage unattended for months at a time comes with a certain element of risk, with criminals seeing some cottages as an easy target.
With the beautiful fall season approaching in Muskoka and Kawartha lakes, there is one thing that many people are trying not to think about – taxes. In Canada, it’s a requirement to have at least seven years of archived documentation regarding your business for tax purposes.
Investing in a cottage property can be rewarding, but the choice can seem like a gamble – at first.Lowering the risk of having a “bad hand” is the best idea when approaching a rental property, especially one in the middle of Muskoka.