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jmale

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Beach real estate. I live and work in your area and currently have clients looking to buy in the Beach area. If you are thinking of selling or buying, contact me. I am an experienced real estate sales respresentative. I can provide you with a free no obiligation market evaluation of your home and advice on showing your homes advantages. Call today.
Halton Heritage Real Estate, Inc
Jan Male
Sales Representative
jmale3@cogeco.ca
905-929-9004
 

Sharla1

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If I had my way I would rather move to lake Erie area. But I can't afford to move at this time.

And welcome to the board Jan. :)
 

jmale

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Thanks. No I'm not related that I know of. It is certainly a fantastic area to live. Thanks for the welcome. Jan
 

jmale

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Selkirk is a nice relatively cheap area to live on the beach. It is a really nice area too but it is certainly nice here. I love the community.
 

Sharla1

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One can get a lot more for their money in Selkirk for sure Jan. But then there aren't many services there either. A nice place to retire though. I guess my heart is in that area since we had a nice lakefront property on half of an acre years ago in Selkirk. Here is a link on it. I sure miss it there. It all depends what one wants in their lives. I'm more of a country girl and like the more peaceful areas. :)

http://hamiltonbeachcommunity.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1475&highlight=lake+erie

Here are a couple of more pics of our cottage my family used to own.

http://s623.photobucket.com/albums/tt314/MsMe_album/?action=view&current=cottage3-xx600x406.jpg



http://s623.photobucket.com/albums/tt314/MsMe_album/?action=view&current=cottage1x600x405.jpg
 
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jmale

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One can get a lot more for their money in Selkirk for sure Jan. But then there aren't many services there either. A nice place to retire though. I guess my heart is in that area since we had a nice lakefront property on half of an acre years ago in Selkirk. Here is a link on it. I sure miss it there. It all depends what one wants in their lives. I'm more of a country girl and like the more peaceful areas. :)

http://hamiltonbeachcommunity.com/forum/showthread.php?t=1475&highlight=lake+erie

Here are a couple of more pics of our cottage my family used to own.

http://s623.photobucket.com/albums/tt314/MsMe_album/?action=view&current=cottage3-xx600x406.jpg



http://s623.photobucket.com/albums/tt314/MsMe_album/?action=view&current=cottage1x600x405.jpg
No there isn't many services there but it is certainly beautiful area. I'm like you; I like this area and always have but maybe one day I will move out there as it isn't far to the city.
Beautiful property on the water that you had. I can certainly see why you miss it so much.
 

Sharla1

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If I really wanted a challenge I would love to have one these built in that area. It's all I need for myself and my cute little dog.

Not sure if you have even seen there. But they are really different.

www.yurtco.com
 
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