Buyers

For many, moving to Florida is merely a dream that often starts with a memorable vacation to Disney with the kids, exploring the Florida Keys with their significant other, or a trip to Ft. Lauderdale for spring break. Come explore making your dream home a reality! Below you will learn about some of the fabulous benefits of Florida home ownership. In addition to find a few tools to assist you with your home buying process. Be sure to visit the Punta Gorda page to learn more about the unique opportunities in this small southern waterfront city with an amazing spirit!!

Top Reasons why people move to Florida:

Weather

Few other places on earth have the combination of world-class beaches,
tropically warm weather and year-round sunshine like Southwest Florida.

Florida Weather Chart

Taxes

No State Incomes Taxes – gift and estate taxation is also less of a burden than in most states.

Homestead Tax Exemptions – enjoy lower taxes on your homestead and caps on property tax increases.

Jobs

The state of Florida is expected to add close to 200,000 jobs per year over the upcoming years.
A surge in construction and increased tourism are behind the state’s strong outlook.

Lifestyle

Phenomenal beaches, fishing, golf and Florida sunshine, lends itself to a more active lifestyle filled with many recreational options.
People enjoy a slower pace here and have a propensity for a laid back lifestyle and friendly environment.

Punta Gorda Virtual Tour

View & Download these handy buyer’s guides…

Below are two comprehensive, beautiful, interactive brochures sure to fulfill any questions you may have about the Gulf Coast of Florida area and home buying in 2014. Just click the cover, and you will be taken to a virtual online brochure that you may choose to download and print or share via email or social media. If you would like more information or have further questions, we’re just a phone call or email away. Enjoy.

Let me assist with your search for the perfect vacation home, investment property or special place to call home in Lee & Charlotte Counties.