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2017 Recreational Property Report

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The RE/MAX 2017 Recreational Property Report is here

 

 

In this years report: 

- Over a quarter of Canadians with children under the age of 18 would consider selling their primary residence in the city in which they live to help finance the purchase of a cottage or cabin


- Young families are fueling demand: 73 per cent of regions surveyed reported that young families with children drive demand for recreational property


- Buyers are increasingly selling their homes in Canada's two largest urban centres and using the equity from the sale to purchase a cottage, cabin or ski chalet


- Almost two-thirds (65 per cent) of Canadian millennials (18-34 years old) would consider buying a recreational property in the next 10 years


- Peace and quiet was rated as the most important feature to Canadians when considering spending time at a cottage or cabin



Check out the full report below!

Enjoy,


Pat Miazga 















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