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Homing In | Part two: Perfect storm? Or what a return to normal feels like?

Last week we discussed the recent local television news report about our real estate market that pointed out there were a large number of homes for sale in Cape Coral, along with noting there were a lot of open house signs everywhere on the weekends. This report accurately said it was taking a ...

Homing In | A perfect storm? Or is this what normal is supposed to feel like?

Last week we had some clients in town from the Northeast and they mentioned a friend of theirs had just emailed them a recent local TV news report about the Cape Coral real estate market. The story opened with a reporter commenting on the number of homes for sale in her neighborhood, and that ...

Homing In | Cape condo sales and prices down from a year ago, listings up

The results for the month of March and the first quarter of this year for the Cape Coral condominium market are in, confirming the number of closed sales and median sales prices are both lower than they were a year ago. The one exception was in the typically lower priced dry lot (non-canal) ...

Cape Coral Animal Shelter | Looking for a loving home | May 3

Enoki is a 1 to 3-year-old female. Hi! I'm Enoki! I'm a little shy at first, but will warm up to you quickly. I'm a super sweet girl that just wants my furever home! I'm a super good girl with house manners and love snuggling with MY people. Is that you? Bigs is a 1 to 3-year-old male. ...

Garden Club of Cape Coral | Fresh flowers for summer

There are many annual flowers that look great here in the fall and winter. But by May they are looking a little tired. Annuals like petunias and geraniums bloom dependably for about four or five months and then are worn out. The summer rain and high humidity bring fungus diseases that usually ...