Most people dream of owning a cottage for the obvious reasons: summers spent with family, fishing and waterskiing on pristine Canadian lakes, cookouts and singalongs around the campfire, and the chance to escape the city and embrace the quiet splendour of nature. But a cottage is more than just a vacation home: with the right strategy, it can also provide a lucrative rental income when you’re not using it. We asked Cottage Life editor Michelle Kelly about the ins and outs of renting out your cottage.
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