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April 26, 2019 Lee BIA Builders Care raises record $90,000 at 10th annual BBQ, Bands & Brew Lee BIA Builders Care, the nonprofit charitable arm of the Lee Building Industry Association, netted a record $90,000 at... more »»

March Cape home sales show needed seasonal gains

April 26, 2019 The main takeaway from the current Cape Coral real estate market is that we had the much anticipated and needed seasonal increase from February into March in the number of closed single-family home... more »»

Many colored leaves

April 19, 2019 Please add some cool color to your summer garden. Now is the time to decide which plant to choose from, a choice of at least 40 colors, with solid and/or multi colored leave. more »»

Do I need a copy of the deed?

April 19, 2019 Dear Mr. Feichthaler:  I recently purchased a vacant lot in Cape Coral, where I plan to build sometime in the futur. more »»

Cape’s top first quarter luxury condo sales of 2019

April 19, 2019 This week we will continue our homage to the late Robin Leach, in our Cape Coral version of “Lifestyles of the Rich & Famous,” with the first quarter results for the high-end of our condominium... more »»

History of the Cape Coral Historical Society

April 12, 2019 The Cape Coral Historical Society was founded in 1978 when the editor of the Cape Coral Breeze, David Hobe, discovered that it was difficult to find material about Cape Coral's formative years eve... more »»

Bird of paradise

April 11, 2019 A lovely, easy care, large clumping plant is the tropical beauty, bird of paradise, Strelitzia reginae, zone 10-1. more »»

Was there proper disclosure of restrictions?

April 11, 2019 Dear Mr. Feichthaler: I recently signed an offer to purchase a house that is in a gated community in Lee County, and the offer was accepte. more »»

Cape’s top priced first-quarter of 2019 home sales

April 11, 2019 This week we are looking at the closed sales prices from the first quarter of this year in the high end of our single-family home market, as a part of our quarterly homage to the late Robin Leach, i... more »»

Follow the yellow brick road

April 5, 2019 Oh, wait Dorothy, that’s not bricks, that’s pollen covering the road and the cars. Here in Southwest Florida, tree pollen can begin as early as February and last through May. more »»

Parking spot designation hinders condo sale

April 5, 2019 Dear Mr. Feichthaler: I own three units in my condominium and live in one of them. Each unit has a specific parking space assigned to it. more »»

Mortgage interest rates and the Federal Reserve

April 5, 2019 Interest rates and the Federal Reserve have been in the news a lot lately, and they are both likely to have a continuing impact on the U.S. economy and the housing market throughout 2019. more »»

Marvel at nature’s wonder

March 29, 2019 If you’ve a mind to wander this week, mosey on up to our nation’s capital to view the glorious cherry blossoms. Along with the chrysanthemum, the cherry blossom is considered Japan’s national flowe. more »»

What is a ‘Florida Compliance Commission’

March 29, 2019 Dear Mr. Feichthaler: I plan to sell my house, and I have been researching and interviewing Realtors. more »»

Cape condo sales are down sharply versus last year

March 29, 2019 Normally, we update the market statistics for the Cape Coral condominium market on a quarterly basis, but after looking at the numbers for the first two months of this year, we decided to do an... more »»

Schefflera arboricola

March 22, 2019 Springtime has arrived in Southwest Florida, albeit a little cooler than usual. The last supermoon this year passed by, overhead at 9:43 p.m., on Wednesday the 20th. more »»

February sales numbers better than January, but...

March 22, 2019 The primary takeaways from February in the Cape’s single-family home market are that we saw much needed improvements in the really weak sales numbers from January, but the year-to-date sales numbers... more »»

Lee County housing dip a normal market fluctuation, not a sign of future decline

March 22, 2019 We’ve officially made it through the start of 2019, marking an opportune time to reflect on the latest developments in the Lee County housing market. more »»

Try something new

March 15, 2019 When does a bush become a tree? A bush becoming a tree will depend on you and your pruning skills. more »»

Can a reverse mortgage be a good idea?

March 15, 2019 Dear Mr. Feichthaler: I am a widow and my income, which is Social Security and a small pension, is just short of my monthly expenses. more »»



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