It's time to sell and find the dream home you've always wanted! Stop by our Open Houses throughout Lee County to shop at your own leisure. And when you're ready, we've got a great team of realtors who can get you in to the home you've been looking for.
Friday, April 21 from 11am-3pm: Open House with Vincenza & Marcella: 13470 Seaside Harbour Dr, North Fort Myers- $359,995
Saturday, April 22 from 11am-2pm: Open House with Vincenza: 1908 SW 26th St, Cape Coral, Fl- $349,900
Saturday, April 22 from 11am-3pm: Open House with Rachel: 4217 SE 8th Place, Cape Coral, Fl- $225,000
Saturday, April 22 from 11am-5pm: Open House with Katherine Paquette: 1837 SW 45th St, Cape Coral, FL- $439,900
For those of you looking to buy your first home, it can seem overwhelming.
That's why we've set up open houses all over so you can come and go as you please. Take your time, look around, fall in love- no pressure. And when you're ready to meet up with one of our realtors, we can walk you through the whole process to make it the easiest, best experience ever.
Thursday, April 20 from 3pm-6pm: Open House with Alex: 312 Hollywood St, Lehigh Acres, FL- $169,900
Friday, April 21 from 3pm-6pm: Open House with Rachel: 2636 Somerville Loop, Cape Coral, FL- $189,990
Saturday, April 22 from 11am-3pm: Open House with Wood: 312 Hollywood St, Lehigh Acres, FL- $169,900
Saturday April 22 from 11am-2pm: Open House with Michelle: 15361 Wall Dr., Ft.
Orlando is filled with things to do and places to see. It’s a fun place to visit, but what about living there? We’ve sifted through all the rubbish, and came up with 5 actually great neighborhoods in Orlando.
Winter Park. This city is the “old money” of all neighborhoods in Orlando. It was supposedly created for the northern snowbirds (greatamericancountry.com). Spanish moss and cobblestone line this neighborhood. Outside of being known for its money, Winter Park is known for the best farmers markets and bistros around!
College Park. This city got its’ name from naming the streets after higher education (Harvard, Yale, Princeton, etc.). College Park is a host for many lakes and is a
Anyone knows that real estate has had its ups and downs, and has changed so much over the years. Real estate publishers like Zillow, Trulia, and Realtor.com, social media platforms, and internet as a whole, have completely changed the game. What the good realtors know, though, is you have to change with the industry. The change is inevitable. You can’t stop it, so you have to learn to adapt. The true hustlers of this industry have adaptability. At no point in the game can you stop working hard. Good things don’t come easy. Big money doesn’t come easy.
If you talk to any of the top producers of this industry, or any industry for that matter, the one common theme is the willingness to work hard. The second you get
There are so many realtors out there in the world. There are so many realtors out there in your AREA. So the big questions is, how do you find the right one? How can you sift through the hundreds upon hundreds of realtors that claim to have your interest at the foreground?
Let me tell you something about what I've learned since I've been working in the real estate world. Realtors are business people. So, yes, they care about numbers and money. Who can honestly say that they don't? You'd be lying if you did. The cats out of the bag, people. Realtors do care about getting paid, but that's not the only part to them. Realtors put a lot of time and effort in to finding you the perfect home/rental/investment, or selling your beloved home.