During this unprecedented time as we all endure the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic; we may have felt from time to time, the pull to hide out in this little bubble of haven we know as Grey County.  Overall, we have experienced inspiringly low case numbers and have demonstrated respect for social distancing and for each other.  The team at Sea and Ski Realty remains incredibly proud to be a part of this fantastic community.

Remaining in the rural area allows us to live a more free life, day-to-day.  We are able to walk down the street unmasked and at peace.  Grey County is roughly 216 times less densely populated than that of the city which allows us the privilege of this freedom.  The need to escape the city is apparent too, with more and more chalets in the area, which usually sit vacant for the summer months, are lit up at night with families choosing to work and attend their online classes from the comfort and safety of what was once just a winter vacation home. 

As many of you who tune into our Monthly Market Updates will already know, the number of sales in regions like The Town of the Blue Mountains has steadily increased due to the demand for rural chalet sanctuaries.

Earlier this week our very own Broker of Record, Karen Cox, was interviewed by TRNTO. TRNTO Powered by Post City has been Toronto’s go-to source for restaurant reviews, real estate, news and events for more than 30 years.

As the leading Boutique Real Estate Agency in the heart of ski chalet country, Karen was well equipped to speak about the market trends for ski chalets, particularly focusing on the trends found in the municipality of the Town of the Blue Mountains. 

Read Karen’s full exclusive interview with TRNTO to gain some insight on what is going on in the Ski Chalet market in the Town of the Blue Mountains.