July 2010

Found 3 blog entries for July 2010.

Cape Coral, Florida is home to some of the best fishing on earth and has often been called a “boater’s paradise.”  Owning a piece of Cape Coral real estate allows you to fish right off your own personal canal.  Alternatively, boaters may reel in their catch right from the Gulf of Mexica. Another choice is the fishing pier at the public Yacht Basin & Club.  No matter what the setting preference is, Cape Coral provides many opportunities for fishermen (and women) to have the fishing experience they desire.

So How is Late Summer Fishing in Cape Coral?

Cape Coral offers the opportunity for both freshwater and saltwater fishing.  Fishing in the late summer in Cape Coral is one of the best times because the water is warm and the fish population is high. 

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There's good news on the horizon for Lee County's housing market. Foreclosure numbers are currently the lowest in three years. With just over 800 foreclosures for the month of May, this is a sign of things to come. Property values have continued to hold at rock bottom prices, but they won't stay that way for long. If you've been waiting for the ideal time to buy, don't wait any longer. Cape Coral waterfront homes can still be scooped up for under $200,000 but with less foreclosures flooding the market, it is a sign of the stabilizing economic climate. Clearly, things are getting better. Southwest Florida's real estate experts predict the positive trend to continue. Foreclosure numbers are dropping and housing prices are beginning to climb. Last month,…
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noaa_findings_copy_680Investors, home owners, tourists, and anyone considering purchasing property during this excellent market can rest easy. Recent projections by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) verify the statements of Kristie Anders, a local expert, that there is a minimal likelihood of oil from the BP oil spill that will impact the waters and beaches of Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Pine Island, and Sanibel in Southwest Florida.

Less Than 1% Chance that Lee County Property Will Be Affected

In a recently released technical report, NOAA stated that the likelihood of oil affecting the area in any way is less than one percent. At this point, the oil has already degraded to scattered tar balls instead of a large surface oil slick and has lost

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