As a certified Resort and Second Home Property Specialist, I’m in daily contact with some component of the new home industry because, frankly, I truly believe there can be significant upside to brand new construction over that associated with the resale market. Now, blanket statements never apply universally and I readily admit one should weigh both options as part of the due diligence associated with any sizable transaction. The new construction market does have some very attractive aspects that most buyers of second home properties should at the least seek to have weighed and evaluated by qualified professional advisors. Continue reading Info: The co$t of entry in this resort town
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Can it occasionally be difficult to find parking reasonably close to a stretch of white sand beach and aqua-colored water? Sure, but mostly at predictable times such as high season holiday weekends.
Both Florida state law and local ordinances are heavily tilted toward easy access for all residents and visitors — assuring the global treasure that is our coastline is enjoyed universally.
Our beaches can also be enjoyed in air-conditioned comfort. I invite anyone to challenge my claim that the stretch of road from Bonita Springs to Ft Myers Beach — through a series of keys and over tropical toned passes — is one of the most visually appealing in the entire country.
Need a little ‘insider’ information on where to find beach parking on any day of the year? Contact me!
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Summer conditions in Southwest Florida may be the best kept secret among the “locals.” Yes, temperatures reach into the 90s every day, there is humidity, and it is “the rainy season.” So what’s there to love?
Well, first of all summer is barely 10 degrees warmer than in the winter months when temperatures only climb into the 80s (but with admittedly lower levels of humidity — most of the time.) However those quick afternoon downpours are likely to take the thermometer down 10 to 15 degrees for the rest of the day! Continue reading Info: Summer in Florida