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How to Purchase an Investment Property on Sanibel

Interested in owning a vacation rental property on Sanibel? Here are six steps to purchasing your investment home here on island.

What’s the Average Price of Homes on Island?

We have a love-hate relationship with “average sales price” stats, but they serve a great purpose in comparing year-over-year statistics. So here we go…

It Takes 565 Days To Find Your Sanibel Home

565, that’s the average number of days that we worked with our clients from start to finish before they purchased a home this year.

Sanibel Foreclosures – The 411

Are there Sanibel Foreclosures? Yes, occasionally. Same with short sales on Sanibel Island. Here’s the low-down.

Sanibel Home Sales Up 23% In First Half 2018

That’s right, we saw a significant increase in the number of sales that closed in the first six months of 2018 compared to 2017. The dollar volume of homes sold increased greatly as well! Let’s dive in deeper.

American Made Luxury Home Improvement Products

Can you get luxury home products that are made in America? Yes you can! In honor of Independence Day, let’s take a peak at five American companies who produce luxurious products for home improvements.

Average Sales Prices of Sanibel Communities

There are so many fantastic neighborhoods on Sanibel Island, each with its own personality and characteristics. Here’s a look at the average sale price of homes in various communities on the island.

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.