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Broad overview of solid first quarter Cape condo sales

April 17, 2020 This week we thought we would provide you with a general overview of the Cape Coral condominium market through the first quarter of this year, along with a snapshot of our high-end luxury condo... more »»

Guest column: Getting economic impact payments to those who need them

April 16, 2020 President Trump has signed into law several pieces of legislation intended to ease the financial impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic. more »»

Promises, promises

April 10, 2020 Will we really have rain the end of this week, real rain, maybe. Some here, some there or maybe some somewher. more »»

With kids grown, should we keep trust intact?

April 10, 2020 Dear Mr. Feichthaler: With all the time at home we didn’t expect to have, we realized that our house is titled to a trust that we no longer use for anything. more »»

The economy and housing market are all about LUV

April 10, 2020 Now that the first quarter of 2020 is in the books, we will take a quick look at the high-end luxury segment of the Cape Coral single-family home market in our quarterly salute to the late Robin... more »»

Great American Cleanup adapts, changes and forges ahead

March 27, 2020 Many in Southwest Florida look forward to the annual Great American Cleanup that is set in motion through Keep Lee County Beautiful. more »»

Buyers and sellers dealing with ‘COVID’ addendum

March 27, 2020 Dear Mr. Feichthaler, I signed a contract to sell my house in Cape Coral back in February, and the closing is scheduled for next week. more »»

February inventory in line, expect COVID shift in March

March 27, 2020 The February numbers for the monthly supply of unsold Cape Coral single-family homes were mostly lower than they were a year ago, indicating a tighter supply of homes listed for sale. more »»

Colorful, fragrant roses played a part in community’s past -- and continue to attract numerous visitors today

March 20, 2020 William Shakespeare probably didn’t have Cape Coral in mind when he wrote “A rose by any other name would smell as sweet,” but a big part of the city’s history is the sweet smell of roses -– many... more »»

Cultural Park Theatre suspends 2019/20 season

March 20, 2020 Cultural Park Theatre is committed to the safety, health and well-being of everyone in the Lee County and Cape Coral community. more »»

Hot spring

March 20, 2020 By H.I. JEAN SHIELDS news@breezenewspapers.com Spring has arrived and we are able to put our morning go-to-work gloves back into a drawer. more »»

Repercussions from coronavirus impact home sale

March 20, 2020 Dear Mr. Feichthaler: I entered into a contract three weeks ago to buy a house in Cape Coral. Cash deal, no contingency for financing, $10,000 deposit. It is supposed to close next week. more »»

February sales strong, but prior to the ragin’ contagion

March 20, 2020 In the first two months of 2020 in the Cape Coral real estate market, things have gone pretty much as we projected back in November and December, with solid sales and median sales price numbers,... more »»

Safe gardening

March 13, 2020 Where can we go nowadays to escape the bad virus problem that is lurking among us? The garden, of course! Please understand I do not mean a trip to a botanical garden. The garden you have at home. more »»

Can wife, with power of attorney, sign closing documents?

March 13, 2020 Dear Mr. Feichthaler: My husband owns a property in a living (revocable) trust, and he wants to sell it. more »»

‘March Madness’ and swimming with a ‘black swan’

March 13, 2020 (Editor's note: When the "Business & Community" section of the Cape Coral Breeze featuring this column was printed Thursday, the NCAA tournaments had not yet been canceled. more »»

Lions and lambs

March 6, 2020 By JOYCE COMINGORE news@breezenewspapers.com How did March come in last Sunday? The proverb says, "If March comes in like a lion, it will go out like a lamb,” (or vice-versa). more »»

For many, this is a good time to refinance

March 6, 2020 Dear Mr. Feichthaler: My husband and I saw that the Federal Reserve lowered interest rates 1/2 percent (50 basis points) on Tuesday. Our mortgage interest rate is 4.5%. more »»

Cape’s January saltwater condo numbers remain solid

March 6, 2020 Last week, we mentioned that as we were writing this column, we appeared to be heading towards all-time record low interest rates on the benchmark 10-year U.S. more »»

General meeting, exhibits, crafts, birds and Alzheimer’s program featured at the Cape Coral Library this March

February 28, 2020 The Cape Coral-Lee County Public Library is located at 921 S.W. 39th Terrace. more »»



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