PEI, financial opportunity & rural charm

    By Charlotte

    'Prince Edward Island, also called PEI, is an island state found off the east coast of Canada. It's Canada's littlest province having a winter population of only 140,000 people and being of a size that you could generate tip to tip in a day. It's characterized by an English-style countryside of rolling, grassy places, is mostly rural in nature, and well-known for helpful, relatively laid-back residents.

    Even though PEI is known for its quieter lifestyle, and certainly that is a part of its appeal, PEI continues to be not without exciting activities for full-year and summer people and for the abundance of tourists who visit the area. The island's citizenry in summer swells in the 140,000 cold weather residents to about a million people on the island at any one time.

    Most come for the shores, as PEI has a number of the hottest summer water temperatures north of Florida, in addition to deep-sea fishing, seafood suppers, amazing shows and festivals, good people and good times. PEI, called ''the soft island'' fills the needs of those who feel the city hustle all-year and want a quieter but active vacation.

    Of program PEI as an area, and being blessed with those rivers, inlets and bays that produce possible the Malpeque oyster in addition to the spot, also create a bigger than expected amount of waterfront land. In case you fancy to discover more on, we recommend heaps of resources you can investigate. As regular summer residents many benefit from this, building summer homes and cottages, and arrive at island. PEI could offer much the same landscape, shopping, activities and charm as Martha's Vineyard, while costs to get land o-n PEI remain a portion of the costs associated with many other waterfront resort areas.

    PEI's economy is influenced by tourism, farming and especially potatoes, as well as assorted production and processing, and an increasing IT and aerospace industry. We learned about by browsing newspapers. You will find areas on the island for sector including Slemon Park, a former military base in Summerside, and industrial parks in Borden and Charlottetown, while mainly rural. PEI is linked to the mainland by the 1-3 km Confederation Bridge together with having regular air service into Charlottetown Airport by an increasing variety of other carriers and Air Canada, Westjet.

    PEI is a land and now's a good time to enter on the ground floor. Opportunities are abundant, the folks are friendly and there's protection and security to raise a family. This can be a place where neighbours know each-other and care!