First-time buyers may want to take a second look at Fort Myers. The city was just named a top market for first-time homebuyers, which are tied to an estimated 31-percent of existing home sales. The ranking comes from Move.org. The website recently released its list of the “Top 10 Metros[…]
The celebrated new community of Babcock Ranch just hit another major milestone. The nation’s very first solar-powered town recently surpassed 1,000 home sales.
You may think you know everything there is to know about Cape Coral. However, we uncovered five fun facts that may surprise you.
Long considered a desirable place to live, more and more people are now discovering just how affordable living in Fort Myers can be. The 24/7 Wall St website recently came out with a ranking of “America’s Cheapest Cities Where Everyone Wants to Live Right Now”.
While the ongoing pandemic continues to impact businesses across the nation, Cape Coral isn’t slowing down in terms of economic development. This is especially true along the Cape’s Pine Island Corridor.
More and more people are beginning to discover all that the City of Fort Myers has to offer, so much so that it’s just been named the nation’s fastest-growing city. The designation comes from the personal finance website WalletHub.com.
The results are in, and once again Fort Myers takes one of the top spots when it comes to the “Best Places to Retire in 2021”. The ranking comes from U.S. News & World Report.
A great place to live, work, vacation and play, Fort Myers is also a top destination for retirees. That’s according to several different rankings, all of which put Fort Myers extremely high on the list, especially for retirees.
Demand is outpacing the market in Bonita and Estero as more and more buyers consider making a move to the area. According to recently released market data from June, pending sales increased more than 44-percent while the number of days a listing spent on the market decreased by about 18-percent.
If you’re looking for a great place to buy a vacation home, Fort Myers is a good spot to begin and end your search. Known for its white sand beaches and endless sunshine, some rightfully consider the city tops when it comes to purchasing a vacation home.
Lee County is known for its natural beauty, and area residents aim to keep it that way. That’s why it’s not too surprising that the county tops the state when it comes to recycling.
A fantastic location to live, work and play, Bonita Springs is also a great place to retire. Money.com recently named Bonita Springs as one of its “8 Best Places to Retire in America”.