Thursday, May 03, 2018 / by Brooke Cole
- Lee County -
"March was a huge month for the housing market in Lee County compared to the previous month," according to the Royal Palm Coast REALTOR Association.
The Month of March Numbers:
$260,000 Median Sale Price (Single Family)
$190,000 Median Sale Price (Townhouses & Condos)
Single Family Home Inventory - Up 2.1% from March 2017
Ready to sell?
Houses are selling for 2% more than this time last year.
Buyers aren't waiting long to make an offer.
Houses go under contract 11.9% quicker than this time last year.
If you're ready to make a move, call us today to discuss options!
Wednesday, March 14, 2018 / by Brooke Cole
What do you picture when you think of retirement? Is it sunshine? Palm Trees? Boating? Drinks by the pool?
If that's the case, you're probably right in considering Cape Coral.
We have the water, weather, sunshine, views, restaurants, you name it.
It's easy to understand why Forbes ranks it in the top 25 places to retire.
Now that you know what city to aim for, there are also some factors to consider. I recently read an article by "Keeping Current Matters." I loved what it had to say. I work with a lot of people moving to this area for retirement, so I thought you might enjoy the highlights as well. Their key points to consider include affordability, equity, maintenance, security, pets, mobility, and convenience.
Now -- here's where we TRULY excel:
Cape Coral average sale prices:
Single Family Homes: $241,100
Condos (Low-High-Rise): $159,416
Let's be honest, it's hard pressed to find anywhere else where you can live on the water at such an affordable ...
Tuesday, March 13, 2018 / by Ellie Spinelli
Here are a few things going on in our area this month and a few of our new listings!
Monday, March 12, 2018 / by Brooke Cole
Cape Coral, Single Family Homes
$100k-$150k = 8
$150k-$200k = 214
$200k-$250k = 468
$250k-$300k = 325
$300k-$350k = 236
$350k-$400k = 168
$400k-$500k = 231
$500k-$600k = 107
$600k-$700k = 88
$700k-$800k = 54
$800k-$900k = 37
$900k-$1M = 11
$1M+ = 68
As of February, 2018:
Median Days to Sell: 38
Median List Price: $257,000
Feb. List Price by Sq.Ft. Ratio: $163
March List Price vs. Sale Price: List = $259,990, Sale = $252,995
$75k-$100k = 1
$100k- $150k = 21
$150k-$200k = 191
$200k-$250k = 244
$250k-$300k = 141
$300k-$350k = 66
$350k-$400k = 39
$400k-$450k = 40
$450k-$500k = 18
$500k-$600k = 25
$600k-$700k = 10
$700k-$800k = 7
$800k-$900k = 4
$900k-$1M = 2
$1M+ = 9
Monday, June 26, 2017 / by Brooke Cole
We all know that great feeling of walking into a never-been-lived-in, clean home. Usually, that means the builder just finished construction. Everything is brand spankin' new. Seems perfect, right? Well, there are some other facts about older homes you might want to consider before you exclude everything 2010 and older from your home search.
Our daughter Brooke took the challenge of turning around an eyesore house to a whole new level. In all seriousness, it became a MAJOR project for all of us, but we renovated it and we renovated it with STYLE. Realtor.com recently released an article called "5 Reasons Why Buying an Old House Is a Great Idea." Now, we're breaking it down to show you we agree, based on real-life experience.
Keep in mind as you read this.... her house was built in 1966. You don't need to go THAT old, but it can be done.
She's still working on that front yard. Also, forgive the terrible cell phone photo. ...