Thursday, August 24th, 2017

Now that we’ve passed into a new year, you might be interested to know the real story about foreclosure home sales in Big Canoe in 2010. I felt compelled to share the true statistics with you, because the rumor mill runs rampant with huge exaggerations of the number of Big Canoe foreclosures and short sales. […]

In case you haven’t visited our website lately, our creative webmaster, Dan Elliott, has given Mountain Home Resales a beautiful new face lift, and made us a lot more user friendly. Here are some of the great new features we think you will love: The redesigned home page is brighter, easier to read, and you’ll […]

Every year the Big Canoe community is a flurry of activity in preparation the much-anticipated “Tour of Homes” held every spring since 1989. Four or five private homes are chosen from a long list by a selection committee, and the brave owners open their homes on May 1 and 2 to over a thousand eager residents and visitors. Each […]

You’ll have no doubt that spring has arrived if you take a  stroll on any of Big Canoe’s 18, count them, walking trails. There are hiking, walking and biking trails to fit every trail-blazer taste, from single-file natural footpaths to paved paths wide enough for walkers, runners and bikers.  The common denominator among the trails is that they all bless you with the natural beauty […]

One day last month, instead of deleting all 100 of the forwarded e-mails I receive daily, I deleted 99, and kept one. It was titled “Where To Live After Retirement,” and it highlighted about fifteen different places in the country and then listed below each several reasons why you wouldn’t want to retire in any of these places. While reading […]