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New Construction - Builders Update

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Based on U.S. Census Studies, The University of Florida predicts that Lee County's population will increase 60% by the year 2040! As a result, Southwest Florida is experiencing a tremendous amount of new construction in all price ranges. We are here to help you navigate this ever changing landscape. Use the Orange Search Button above or the link below to view the Builders Updates.

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Why are so many people still moving to the Sunshine State?

Florida's warm climate, beautiful beaches, year around out door activity, and absence of state income tax are reasons why people are still moving to Southwest Florida.

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Christopher Westley, Director of Regional Economic Research Institute at FGCU (Florida Gulf Coast University) indicated in March 2017 that we should not expect this migration to Southwest Florida to slow down anytime soon as Baby Boomers sell their northern homes and retire to our area.

According to the most recent 2015 - 2016 U.S. Census Lee County (Fort Myers, Ft. Myers Beach, Cape Coral, Estero, Sanibel & Captiva) was the fifth fastest growing metro area between 2010 and 2014. In 2014 Florida passed New York's state population to become the third largest state population and this figure continues to grow.


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