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Bonita's Calusa Ghost Tours expands to new shop just across the street from the Imperial River. The new 2,000-square-foot store includes a workshop for repairing and refurbishing kayaks and paddleboards and a larger showroom for more inventory. "We kind of think of this as a neat little recreational center here in the center of Bonita," the owner, John Paeno stated. http://ow.ly/Dx0Fb
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Great Guide to Investing in Real Estate. Single most important tactic: The Exit Strategy. Read More... - US News http://ow.ly/DwZzn
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Fresh Catch Bistro in Fort Myers Beach, featured in Gulfshore Life - October 2014 - Naples, FL http://ow.ly/DwZ8b
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Check out this New York Times article featuring 36 Hours in Naples, Fla. - NYTimes.com http://ow.ly/DeFRU
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Home builder Taylor Morrison is clearing land to build 90 single-family homes for a new gated community called Pebble Pointe. Construction has begun near Coconut Road and Interstate 75, the former site of the controversial Coconut Road interchange project. http://ow.ly/CSnor
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Yoga on the Lawn returns to the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point Resort October 11th - Naples Daily News http://ow.ly/CsAFX
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More Good News! Average sale price continues to increase in Bonita Springs and Estero markets. - Naples Daily News http://ow.ly/CszCW
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DeRomos, a major Italian gourmet and restaurant is opening in the Promenade, in Bonita Springs, as early as Mon Oct 13! We can't wait to try it! http://ow.ly/CsytS
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Check out Doug Grant's quote in this recent Naples Daily News article. Doug, known in the industry for his expert knowledge of Waterfront property, gives insight to the beach front market in Bonita Springs, Fort Myers Beach and his take on Cape Coral.



“Fort Myers Beach is considered more touristy, while Fort Myers is more industrial and blue-collar,” he said.

Zillow’s analysis showed waterfront property in Fort Myers Beach cost $1.2 million, a 187 percent premium over inland homes, while buyers in Fort Myers paid $382,000, 113 percent more than for non-waterfront.

The only place where bargain waterfront is still available is Cape Coral, which still has an overhang of distressed homes, Grant said. - Naples Daily News http://ow.ly/BUO1y
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Great article on investing in luxury real estate!
Real Estate investing can be more exciting than investing in securities thanks to its tangible aspect, and there are many ways to do it, from building a custom home to flipping a mansion to buying a vacation property . http://ow.ly/BUMGJ
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