Cape Coral * Fort Myers * Sanibel Island Real Estate Market

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Joe Kendall Realtor / Broker with Keller Williams Realty talks about the local real estate market on August 16th 2021 You know its real estate to get Caught up in all the media hype these days with so much going on here at home and around the world. 

Well, real estate can be very simmilar , we tend to believe more then we should when it comes to the media and the same can be said for the local media's spin on our local real estate market.

We all know there is a shortage of inventory around the Country of homes for sale compared to the normal real estate markets of past years. there are many reasons of this, but the truth is if you are looking to buy there are plenty of home and condos on the market. 

What is different is the  approach your Realtor uses to win in multi offer situations, if you find yourself in one. but there are plenty of inventory, if you are a reasonable minded home buyer. We can discuss the more in detail when we talk on the phone or in person.

The Interest Rates remain low and this is a good time to buy. Before you adventure to far , let me explain our local real estate market in Cape coral , Fort Myers, Naples and Sanibel Island

The different types homes, condo's villas  and locations offer different choices for todayshome buyer.

 Please allow Joe Kendall Realtor to help you put our local real estate market in perspective.

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Comments (1)

Ed Silva
Mapleridge Realty, CT 203-206-0754 - Waterbury, CT
Central CT Real Estate Broker Serving all equally

Getting a house under contract is not as much of a challenge as it might have been a couple of years ago.  Inventories are still tight, just not as tight as they were a few months ago. Inventories are still under a 2 month supply.

Aug 17, 2021 08:36 AM