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Should Boomers Rent or Buy on Sanibel?

It’s an important question as baby boomers start to retire and move to the sunshine state. Here’s a recap of a recent conversation I had with a client who just sold their primary home up north.

Selling Secret: Price Your Home UNDER Market Value

I know, most homeowners think the opposite. But it’s true, pricing your home just under market value can actually help your property sell faster, and at a higher sales price! Let me explain…

My Property, My Rights. Right?

It’s My Property! I Can Do What I Want. Right? Disagreements about individual property rights are nothing new. Even our founding fathers argued about it.

What’s For Sale on Sanibel & Captiva Island?

While traffic on the island has improved significantly, our office is still buzzing with clients who are under contract or still searching for their island home.

How To Become An Official Florida Resident

Yay! You’ve purchased a home here on the islands! Now it’s time to decide which state you will claim as your domicile. Wondering how to claim Florida as your state of residence?

Sanibel Sales Are Marching Right Along

February and March are BIG months for real estate on Sanibel and Captiva Islands. And these two months did not disappoint! Click here to see what sold in February and March 2018.

Our Experience with Assisted Living

We have wonderful assisted living options here in Southwest Florida! It’s true! I just went through the process of researching and finding the perfect care for my dad. Here’s my experience…

What’s Sold So Far This Year?

Home sales have increased ever so slightly from last year’s January and February sales statistics. Click here to see a list of homes sold on Sanibel and Captiva in January and February 2018.

98 New Listings in January!

There were 85 new listings on Sanibel, and 13 on Captiva, which all together totaled and increase of 26 new listings from January 2017.

How Dense Are We on Sanibel?

Many of you know that Sanibel is over 60% conservation land. But just how densely populated is the island? And how do we compare to other beach towns in Florida?