It’s not easy to buy a lake house right now! The demand is high for lakefront properties resulting in steep competition, offers over asking price, short time frames and frenzied buyer behavior. Lake House Livin’ has eight tips for buying a house in a hot market aimed at helping you to not make a purchase mistake. While we can’t guarantee you’ll beat out your competition, using our tips will make you a better prepared and more nimble competitor!
S’mores is a favorite dessert at the campfire, lake or backyard when the family’s grilling. Here are some new toppings ideas for a new twist on this old fave. Plus– a brief history explaining where the s’mores tradition comes from.
Lake House Livin’s eleven tips for an eco-friendly lake cabin vacation help visitors understand simple steps to keep the lake water clean and the wildlife safe in their special ecosystem.
As Spring rolls around Lake House Livin’s thinking about summer fun at the lake house. But there’s a little work to be done before we can play! It’s time to make our plan for opening the cabin and spring clean-up so everything’s ‘ship shape’ by Memorial Day! Here’s our 15 step checklist to make these efforts go smoothly.
If you’re a current lake homeowner or are planning to buy a home by a lake, you should be aware of what common Invasive species examples threaten our lakes. An aquatic invasive species (AIS) is a plant, fish, crustacean, mollusk, or algae that doesn’t naturally occur in US waters. The United States National Park Service has identified about 250 non-native aquatic species from other continents that are now present in our lakes and rivers.