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Thursday, December 29, 2005

Boomers, Economy Bolster 2nd-Home Market(December 20, 2005) -- Though the second-home market usually is the first to experience a downturn, experts say this niche will remain strong for at least the next decade.David Berson, Fannie Mae chief economist, says the strong economy and the massive number of baby boomers entering their prime years for buying a second home will bolster the market over the next 10 years or more. According to Loyola University demographer Kenneth Johnson, baby boomers will continue to move to scenic, rural areas that are in close proximity to their jobs and primary residences in major cities. Prices on the East and West coasts—particularly in Oceanside, Calif.; Pompano Beach, Fla.; and Beach Haven, N.J.—and in popular ski and resort areas continue to rise. Source: Chicago Tribune (12/20/05); Burns, Greg

Tuesday, December 27, 2005

Hope everyone had a Merry Xmas. The winter season is in full swing in Chautauqua County. All the snowmobile trails and the ski areas are doing a good business. The lake isn't frozen enough to ride on yet but, that is only a matter of weeks.

Sometime in mid January we will have our annual Chautauqua Lake Real Estate Sales statistics posted for 2005 on the FAQ page. If you would like any information on any homes for sale contact us anytime were happy to help.

Friday, December 02, 2005

Just a note to our site visitors that we will be posting our year end stats on Chautauqua Lake home sales in the 1st or 2nd week of January 2006. Preliminary overview looks like it was another strong year. You can view the stats on

Snowmobile seson in Chautauqua County opens December 12th if the present 2ft snow drop is any indication riders are going to have a great season.