February 2011

Found 3 blog entries for February 2011.

Ok, so you're familiarizing yourself with Cape Coral properties and learning about the unique details that affect our area. The last Cape Coral Property investment article gave you three vital considerations when looking at Cape Coral real estate as an investment option. We looked at defining your goals, whether they are long term or short, community growth projections of Cape Coral, and we discussed the different types of Cape Coral waterfront properties available.

Now we are going to kick it into high gear and give you three more vital investment tips for Cape Coral property.

1.    Keep it Simple - When investing in Cape Coral property, especially if this is your first time, don't get in over your head. One of the biggest mistakes investors make is…
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Let's face facts. Today's retirement options are worlds apart from what they used to be. Years ago, if you worked for a large company, you could expect a nice retirement pension as well as social security income. Today, many of us have to take a more proactive approach to our retirement finances. Although there are many different wealth building options, investing in real estate is still a solid strategy. If you are just getting started in your investment research, here are the top 3 things to look for when considering Cape Coral property investment.

1.    Define Your Investment Goals - Since every situation is unique, the first thing you'll need to do is define your financial goals. This figure is based on your age, when you'd like to retire, and the…
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Cape Coral Real Estate 101: Why not to Call the Number on the For Sale Sign

So, you are ready to invest in your own slice of paradise. You've come to visit for your last time now that you're finally done with the sleet and snow. It's time to stop dreaming and invest in your own Cape Coral property. Congratulations! You couldn't have made a better decision.

Now that you're ready to call Cape Coral your permanent home, here's some sound advice that might help your pocketbook. As you're driving around looking for the perfect Cape Coral property to invest in, don't call the number on the for sale sign in the front yard! Yes, you heard me right. That's the mistake that a lot of prospective home buyers make, but you don't have to be next.

Why Shouldn't You Call
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