January 2010

Found 3 blog entries for January 2010.

The credit crunch has taken its toll on many families across America, preventing certain individuals from investing in Florida property during a time when prices have reached an all time low.  But what about foreign investors, especially those coming from the U.K? The British pound has remained very strong against the dollar - with one pound currently worth $1.65. So, what does this mean as far as foreign investment prospects go?

According to the Association of Foreign Investors in Real Estate, over 50% agree that the United States provides the best opportunity for capital appreciation. This figure has risen steadily from 26% in 2007 and 37% in 2008. The majority of foreign investors in real estate have plans to boost their United States

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It was simply a matter of time, but the word is out...again. US News & World Report has named Cape Coral, Florida one of the top 10 places to retire in the nation. This article, specifically touted Cape Coral waterfront property as affordable, and a wise investment decision.

It's not really surprising. Cape Coral real estate may have been one of the hardest hit by the burst of the housing bubble, but with the opportunities for fishing, swimming, boating, and other recreational activities, Cape Coral is the sweetheart of waterfront real estate locations.

That's not all. US News had pretty strict criteria when they made their top 10 picks. Using specific research and demographic information, other retirement qualifications, such as cost of

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Cape Coral-- Florida's little Vienna, is stunning in its own right. With hundreds of miles of both fresh water and gulf access canals; waterfront property is still plentiful in this part of Southwest Florida. A friendly, active community with very little crime makes the thought of owning  a Cape Coral waterfront home the ideal investment. Add to this, the fact that Cape Coral is conveniently surrounded by elite Sanibel Island, the beaches of Fort Myers, and the upscale dining and shopping of Naples, and you've really got the whole package in this tropical water wonderland. Winner of numerous 'best place to live' awards, this beautiful boater's paradise continues to sell, especially now that the housing bubble has made many of these properties more

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