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Road rule, leaf beliefs & biffy backstory

Cottage Q&A

FRANZISKA BARCZYK

THE BAD COTTAGE ROAD EFFECT

What impact could road quality have on my property value?—F. & P. HANOVER, VIA EMAIL If you’re asking because you’re planning to sell a cottage on a narrow, winding axle-breaker, don’t hit the panic button. The state of the road is generally not as important as other factors, such as privacy. In fact, some buyers may see wide, paved roads as a bad thing.

“Around here, paved roads mean that you’re on a major road,” says Bernie Raven of B.C.’s MaxWell Realty Invermere. “A lot of people don’t want that.”

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