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All About Sanibel and Captiva Real Estate

What’s For Sale on Sanibel and Captiva?

We have a great selection of homes for sale on island right now! Click here to see what’s listed as “active” on the market in each price range, and also how many homes have sold in the price range over the past 12 months.

Elevated or Ground-Level, Which is Better?

We get this question all the time. It’s important to figure out which type of property suits your family’s lifestyle and needs. Here are the pros and cons to both.

Satellite Images Show Sanibel’s Difference

We know that Sanibel Island is much different than other beach towns along the Gulf Coast… but these satellite images really drive home the point!

94 New Listings in October!

A total of 94 new listings hit the market on Sanibel and Captiva during the month of October, and it’s not even “season” yet!

3 Common Mistakes Sellers Make

Selling your island home. It’s emotional, and can also feel foreign to you if you have not sold a home in a vacation market like Sanibel & Captiva. Here are three common mistakes we see homeowners make during the selling process.

What Is Florida’s Amendment 2?

Local Realtors, Police, Firefighters, and small businesses are showing their support for Florida’s Amendment 2… but what does it say and do exactly? Here’s the low down on Florida’s current tax cap amendment and why we’re voting on it in November.

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.