Buyer Resources

  • 27Apr2014
    Why Buy on Sanibel Island?

    Why Buy on Sanibel Island?

    Sanibel Island is one of a kind. With over 60% of the land held in preservation and public hands, Island residents live in harmony with nature. On any given day, it's common to see a wide variety birds, mammals, fish, reptiles and shells. Sanibel has one of the largest concentrations of dolphins. Bird Watchers "flock" to Sanibel and the Ding Darling Wildlife Refuge to encounter thousands of resident and migrating birds. Sanibel's shelling is famous with one Worlds' largest variety of mollusk species living in the surrounding waters. Protected lands continue to increase as property is actively acquired by preservation organizations and placed into land trusts.

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  • 17Mar2014
    Sanibel Island Development Restrictions

    Sanibel Island Development Restrictions

    In 1974, Sanibel incorporated into a City to prevent over-development seen in other coastal communities. The Sanibel Plan was written to control and limit development. The City of Sanibel projects that by the year 2025, Sanibel will reach "Build-out" in other words the island will have the maximum amount of dwelling units in place.

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  • 1Jan2014

    Sanibel Island Weather Report

    Enjoy updated to the minute weather reports for Sanibel and Captiva Islands from the National Weather Service

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  • 1Dec2013

    Winkler Extension - Fort Myers Real Estate

    Winkler Extension Real Estate

    Sanibel Real Estate
    This is not a neighborhood but an area often referred to when explaining the location of these communities. Winkler Extension includes all developments south of Summerlin Road on Winkler Road in South Fort Myers. Owners in this area enjoy easy access to all that Fort Myers offers from dining to shops, sports venues, the Beaches of Sanibel & Captiva Islands. There are many options for housing from luxurious single family homes to more modest town homes.

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  • 1Dec2013

    Iona Area - South Fort Myers

    Sanibel Real Estate
    Iona Road and the Iona Area in South Fort Myers is a popular waterfront area for homes and neighborhoods due to it's close proximity to the Caloosahatchee River, and boating access. Iona Road and the Iona Area in South Fort Myers is a popular waterfront area for homes and neighborhoods due to it's close proximity to the Caloosahatchee River, and boating access. Iona Road runs East from McGregor Boulevard following the southern edge of the river.

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  • 1Dec2013

    Daniels Corridor - Fort Myers Real Estate

    Sanibel Real Estate
    Daniels Boulevard has become an area in and of itself that is popular with buyers who want to be in the heart of Fort Myers. The Daniels Corridor stretches from Bell Tower at US 41 (Tamiami Trail) to Gateway which is east of Interstate 75. This area contains many golf course communities, country clubs, and gated neighborhoods.

    Owners in the Daniels Corridor enjoy easy access to all that Fort Myers offers:

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  • 9Jul2013

    US NEWS: Best Beaches in the World - Sanibel Island

    Sanibel Real Estate
    News Travel compiled a list fo dreamy sands tht inspire travelers. Sanibel Island's beaches was ranked in the top 10 beaches in the world.

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  • 8May2013

    Sanibel voted "America's 3rd Happiest Seaside Town!"

    Sanibel Real Estate
    How did Coastal Living magazine determine the winners of this vast list of nominated towns? After receiving all the nominations, Coastal Living ranked their "Happiest Seaside Towns" using the Gallup-Healtyways Well-Being Index.

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