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Moving to our Area?  Whether moving locally or from far away, there is so much to think about during this stressful time.  If this area is new to you, then we’re sure you are asking “where do I look for resources”?  To help you in your quest, please take a peek below at these informative online sites; we feel you will find they are excellent resources to help with your move ….. from a competent Realtor, to mortgage info and Brokers, to information on movers, utilites, and much MORE, please read on!!!!   If we can help with your specific information you might require for your own personal move, please do not hesitate to email us with your question(s) at

Real Estate experts – The Campbell Team at Royal LePage Trinity Realty.   Scott and Chad Campbell, both Brokers and local to our area with over 50 years combined experience will help make your real estate dream a reality.  With excellent reputations, they are known for their vast knowledge of the area, integrity, patience, attention to detail as well as their excellent technical support.  Contact them for all your real estate needs

Mortgage Brokers – These people are the middlemen experts between a homebuyer and mortgage  lenders answering all of your questions such as length of amortization, fixed vs variable rates, etc; finding the best solutions to meet your own personal needs. Mortgage Brokers make their money by charging origination and or  broker-fees, which are paid when the loan is originated (at closing), and typically fall in the 1% to 2% range per loan.  There are a number of excellent lending instuations we can recommend including Meridan Credit Union,  Donna Mullen & AssociatesTreena French at RBC,  and Charlotte Roach, mobile Mortgage Specialist at Scotiabank to just name a few.   Click on this link which gives you rate comparisions.

Movers or do the job yourself ?? – this is one of the first questions people who’re about to relocate, people like you, ask themselves. Hiring a moving company has many positive aspects that you can enjoy. On the other hand, a DIY move does give you more freedom.  As you prepare for this adventure and weigh the pros and cons, check out this site for more helpful tips and tricks …. click here on The Moving Blog!  After checking this out, see the differences in the two types of relocation and decide which one to go for.  Locally Alan Movers,  Allied Van LinesBrowns Moving are tried and true.

Utilities –  Remember appointments for these services need to be called  in at least a week or more before you hope to have connections or a disconnect.  To connect or disconnect your natural gas, click here for Enbridge Gas, for your hydro click here to connect with Wasaga Distribution.  Your satellite or cable needs can be found at Bell CanadaShaw or Rogers.

Local Schools in Wasaga Beach:  For all of the public schools, click on Simcoe County District Scool Board  Information for Birchview Dunes Elementary and Worsley Elementary can be found there.  The are no high schools right in Wasaga Beach.  Stayner, Elmvale and Collingwood are the nearest public high schools.  St. Noel Chabanel is the local Catholic elementary and in nearby Colllingwood, St. Jean Vanier Catholic High School is located; all belonging to the Simcoe Muskoka Catholic District School Board.

Recreation:  The Town of Wasaga Beach has an excellent and comprehensive website that will keep you up-to-date on all forms of recreation in our area, parking areas, calendar of event schedules including festivals, parks and trails and lots LOTS more.  Click here!!

Are YOU thinking of calling this beautiful area home or perhaps want to have your own vacation retreat in Wasaga Beach?  Our Brokers, Scott (705-446-6602  or Chad (705-443-9444 or  the Campbell Team would feel privileged to help make your Wasaga dream come true.  Contact us today!

Linda  Campbell

Marketing Manager for The Campbell Team