Pei A Great Holiday Destination And A Smart Real Estate Investment

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PEI, in terms of a holiday destination, could be compared with Martha’s

Vineyard. The island offers accomodations at quaint little inns and

there are many unique craft boutiques across the island. PEI has all the

attractions without the crowds and expense.As a result of PEI’s

desirability as a holiday destination, and PEI was voted one of the Top 10

island destinations, waterfront and other PEI real estate available makes

for a great investment. Buy a lot and build your dream cottage or

summer home or choose from a catalog of recreational PEI real estate on the

market, either way you are assure of a great investment. Your property

may sit directly on the ocean or in a more protected inlet or river.

Look at any map of PEI and you will see that the reason PEI boasts so

much waterfront real estate is due to its jagged coastline, dotted with

bays and inlets. Your PEI real estate investment can work for you in two

ways.

Firstly your PEI waterfront recreational property will provide

accomodation to you and your family when you come to the island for your very

own PEI island vacation.

Secondly, the rest of the season you can rent your holiday paradise to

other vacationers. Typically rates charged per week are the equivalent

of a months mortgage – so you can see that you can look forward to

holidays without the cost of accommodation, while still building equity in

your PEI real estate investment. Later, you can liquidate that

investment to add to your retirement or pass along this very worthwhile real

estate to your children.

Access to the island is easy. Come by car and cross the Straits using

the Confederation Bridge or the Wood Islands ferry or if arriving from

farther afield choose a direct flight from Boston or Toronto to

Charlottetown Airport. International flight arrive at Halifax only 3 hours by

car from PEI – rent a car at the airport or use one of the regular

shuttle services.



So plan to visit PEI soon, and see why its called "the Gentle

Island". Be sure and check out real estate while you are here.

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