As you enter Cape Coral via the Midpoint bridge you will be greeted by the Four mile Cove Eco Park on the right hand side of the roadway. Setting at its entrance is one of the oldest city landmarks………the Iwo Jima flag raising statue remembering the date of 2/23/45. It was on that date that the first of two flags were raised on Mount Suribachi. Iwo Jima was one of the US Marines bloodiest battles in the Pacific Theatre of WWII. …continue
If your a Real estate Investor who likes to buy and flip [resell quickly], this is not the post for you to read. If on the other hand you are an investor that is looking to purchase and use as a rental income property, you should continue reading.
Here are the quick tips to remember:
1] Target the $110,000 and less home market. [never condo’s]
2] Have your cash ready. [Finance contingency offers almost never work in these price ranges.] …continue
Here are some quick and interesting reasons why to employ a Realtor to sell your property:
1] Your Realtor guarantees their work. They get paid only when your property is sold and you have your proceeds.
2] You hear conflicting suggestions from well meaning friends/family……only Realtor’s have answers based on experience. …continue
Here is a list of the most frequently asked real estate questions that have come up lately……….some of the answers might surprise you!
Q. Do I need an attorney to sell a home in Florida?
A. No. While attorney’s can close real estate transactions, traditionally the actual closing is performed by a Title Co. It is their role to research the records for liens, debts, assessments, etc and to issue the new buyer a Title Policy. Attorneys within the state of Florida are generally used to review contracts for the sale and purchase, prior to going to a Title Co. …continue
As a local Realtor in the Cape coral/Ft. Myers metro area for almost 15 years, the most frequently asked question remains………How is the market? My immediate response is………. “Are you a buyer or Seller?” …continue