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Where/What to Buy in Cape Coral When Thinking About Retirement

Wednesday, March 14, 2018   /   by Brooke Cole

Where/What to Buy in Cape Coral When Thinking About Retirement

What do you picture when you think of retirement? Is it sunshine? Palm Trees? Boating? Drinks by the pool?
If that's the case, you're probably right in considering Cape Coral.
We have the water, weather, sunshine, views, restaurants, you name it.

It's easy to understand why Forbes ranks it in the top 25 places to retire.

Now that you know what city to aim for, there are also some factors to consider. I recently read an article by "Keeping Current Matters." I loved what it had to say. I work with a lot of people moving to this area for retirement, so I thought you might enjoy the highlights as well. Their key points to consider include affordability, equity, maintenance, security, pets, mobility, and convenience.

Now -- here's where we TRULY excel:

Affordability 2018
Cape Coral average sale prices:
Single Family Homes: $241,100
Condos (Low-High-Rise): $159,416
Let's be honest, it's hard pressed to find anywhere else where you can live on the water at such an affordable price. It's all about lifestyle!

Our prices are actively rising. Your best bet is to buy now and build that equity while the markets are rising!

There are so many places, namely condo communities, where there's so much included -- talk about "lock and leave!"

If you haven't heard it from me yet, Cape Coral is where it's at! Gone are the days of the "newly wed and nearly dead" slogan. I mean, have you visited the South Cape Redevelopment District lately? There are locally owned restaurants, boutiques, festivals, trolley events, and so much more. You can have it all. Thinking the Cape Coral Yacht Club area? It's not more than a bike ride away from our "downtown" area.

What's it going to take to get you to make the move? 
Act now!

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