Wednesday, June 3, 2020 / by Julie Morgan
Estero is a small, idyllic village north of Bonita Springs and south of the San Carlos and Three Oaks section of Fort Myers. Located in Lee County, Estero sits on the Estero River, which leads directly to Estero Bay.
Estero is home to the Hertz arena. This arena hosts various concerts, hosts events, and is home to the Florida Everblades hockey team.
The Miromar outlets and Miromar Lakes are located next to the Hertz arena. Miromar is an upscale outdoor shopping and dining area. It is a popular spot for locals and visitors alike. Miromar Lakes is a large, award-winning and picturesque residential community that sits next to the outlets. It has impressive homes and amenities. Located only one exit from the RSW Airport in Fort Myers, Miromar offers a convenient place to dine, shop, and enjoy entertainment.
Visitors to Estero enjoy the panoramic beaches, Koreshan State Park, Estero Bay Preserve State Park, and other outdoor shopping venues.
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Tuesday, June 2, 2020 / by Julie Morgan
Bonita Springs Florida
In marvelous Southwest Florida, Bonita Springs sits on the Gulf Coast just south of Fort Myers and north of Naples. Located on the enchanting Estero Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, it is in Lee County and makes up 41 square miles, which includes over five sq miles of water.
Bonita Beach is one of the favorite sun- drenched destinations within Bonita Springs. The beach is on a road-accessible barrier island just off Bonita Beach Road. The ten public entrance areas lead to white, sandy beaches and some of the most exquisite sunsets you can find. If visiting in the morning, you may catch dolphins playing in the Gulf. From tributaries off the Estero River, manatees can be viewed in their natural habitat.
The warm climate of Bonita Springs is considered tropical with 300 sunny days per year. Locals and visitors can easily appreciate and enjoy the beaches of Bonita Springs.
In addition to the public beach, the Bonita Beach park is over 2 acres in size and offer. ...
Monday, June 1, 2020 / by Julie Morgan
Situated on the Gulf Coast of Southwest Florida, the city of Naples is the self-proclaimed “Golf Capital of the World.” Naples has over 80 exceptional championship Golf Course Homes in Southwest Florida. With public and private courses throughout the city, there is a golf course for everyone’s ability level and location preference!
The economy of Naples thrives on tourism and Eco- tourism. As Naples has both the Everglades National Park and the Ten Thousand Islands National Wildlife Refuge within its borders, it is a paradise for boaters, explorers, shoppers, restauranteurs and those that love the beach.
The climate of Naples is considered tropical savanna. We have over 300 days of sunshine a year and a growing season that lasts a full 365 days.
Several of the most favored tourist spots include the idyllic downtown Pier, the spectacular shops of 5th Ave, a multitude of golf courses and a plethora of prized restaurants and resorts.
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Monday, April 27, 2020 / by Julie Morgan
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Friday, April 24, 2020 / by Julie Morgan
March Housing Activity Signals Essential Need for Homes
Lauren Melo, NABOR® Media Relations Committee Chair, (239) 597-1666
Marcia Albert, NABOR ® Director of Marketing, (239) 597-1666
Naples, Fla. (April 23 , 2020) - Like all industries impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Naples area housing market was not immune to its effect in March. While home sales dropped, home prices remained steady, and in some cases, increased. Because the stay-at-home order went into effect mid-month, real estate activity during the first two weeks of March was strong, while activity during the second half of March tempered remarkably well. Brokers analyzing the March 2020 Market Report released by the Naples Area Board of REALTORS® (NABOR®), which tracks home listings and sales within Collier County (excluding Marco Island) , agree that the report showed one indisputable truth: The need for housing in the Naples ...