Fort Myers has a large selection of real estate for sale including beachfront condos, beachfront real estate, condos for sale by owner, foreclosed homes for sale and waterfront real estate for sale.
Fort Myers is located along the Caloosahatchee River in Southwest Florida in has the Gulf of Mexico to the west.
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the MLS and condos for rent. Popular real estate requests are for downtown
condos, beachfront house rentals and beachfront condos for sale.
Fort Myers is well known in the area for its world class beachfront hotels, the Fort Myers
airport, BMW and Mercedes Benz of Naples Fort Myers, McGregor Blvd, the News
Press, the Greyhound dog track, the Edison Museum and Ford Estates, Hodges
University and the Florida Gulf Coast University.
Many Europeans come to vacation in Fort Myers, looking for Florida homes on vacation, but after a while decide to buy real estate because of the very low prices right now and
the fantastic warm weather, stable economy and overall good experience Fort
Myers Florida has to offer.
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Some Fort Myers History
"City of Palms" aptly captures the graceful rustling of this historic cow-town acclaimed in modern times among the nation's "50 Fabulous Places to Raise Your Family."
Natural assets prove an unfailing magnet for people in search of new frontiers. Today, Fort Myers drives one of the hottest home-building markets in the country, with commercial enterprises hot on its heels. International investors are lassoing funds and sending them into Fort Myers' historic downtown district on the banks of the Caloosahatchee. Developers kick off upscale golf course communities at the drop of a hat. Baseball stadiums hospitably welcome Red Sox and Minnesota Twins spring training camps while new sports arenas host our own Fort Myers Miracle baseball and Everblades hockey teams. Amateur skating, ice, roller and in-line, is big. Bike paths, wooded park boardwalks, lakeside picnic areas, marinas and neighborhood recreation centers proliferate. Six Mile Cypress Slough, Lakes Park and the Calusa Nature Center display nature's wonders.
Lee County boasts more than 50 golf courses, earning the region title as the "Golf Capital of the World." Everyone loves to be outdoors 365 days a year. Thomas Edison, who wintered his home and laboratory here earlier this century, predicted, "There's only one Fort Myers, and 90 million people are going to find out about it."
While Edison whimsically overstated the number, he correctly saw the attraction. Edison's uncommon friends and fellow business mavens Henry Ford and Harvey Firestone agreed and moved in next door. Their historic homes still set the tone for gracious riverfront living up and down McGregor Boulevard, charmed with an endless march of statuesque royal palms. Theater, concerts and arts classes scattered around town all come together in the Alliance of the Arts, which lets you know what's happening when.
Florida Gulf Coast University and Florida SouthWestern State College in Naples, collaborate with cultural and academic offerings. August's annual two-week New Arts Festival complements February's two-week Edison Festival of Light. Mega single site events house themselves at the Harborside Convention Center.
Fort Myers is a big small town. All the big-city amenities and conveniences are within hailing distance. Yet folks are always running into someone they know. We like it here. You will too.