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The BIG Questions in Real Estate

When I List My Home for Sale, What’s My Market, Really? What Are My Obstacles? How Do I Decide Whether My Realtor and I Are a Good Match? Part II You really need a Realtor who is very active in your market -- and markets around SWFL are relatively small. Example:

WITTICISMS

Don’t be afraid to ask a dumb question – it’s easier to handle than a dumb mistake. A smile is a curve that can straighten out a lot of things. If there were more self starters, the boss wouldn’t have to be such a crank. An optimist is...

New Year Fitness Resolutions 2019!

Set A Goal! Be specific, measurable and realistic. For example, “I would like to lose 5 lbs. a month and 15 lbs. by March 31st. Or maybe you have a favorite pair of jeans you would like to get back into. You need a goal to keep you motivated. Don’t forget to reward yourself once that goal...

Comedy

What did our parents do without the internet when they were bored? I asked my 18 brothers & sisters and they didn’t know either. ________________________________________________________ A father buys a lie detector robot that slaps people when they lie. He decides to test it out at dinner one night. The father asks...

Eye exams help detect subtle changes, warning signs you may have missed

Subtle changes in vision are a common occurrence as we age, easily written off or missed entirely. However, in some cases these changes may be a sign of a more serious condition or disease. January marks National Glaucoma Awareness Month, reminding us of the importance of regular eye exams, helping to detect the gradual changes that may...

California Dreamin’

California, the crown jewel of the United States’ wine producing empire, harvests over four million tons of grapes yielding 214 million cases of wine annually. That volume represents 90% of the total domestic wine production. It single-handedly skyrockets America to the impressive spot as the 4thlargest wine producer in the world.

Late Evening Traffic Crash Results in Fatality

A late evening traffic crash snarled traffic on Chiquita Boulevard, and sadly resulted in the first Cape Coral traffic fatality of 2019. Cape Coral Police patrol officers responded to a two-vehicle traffic crash at the 3300 block of Chiquita Boulevard South. Due to the severity of the crash the roadway was shut down and...

5 Things To Do This Weekend in Cape Coral (Jan 17-20)

Art, BBQ, bike rides, classic cars, festivals and more. Making weekend plans?  Check out these 5 things to do this weekend in Cape Coral: St. Andrew 's School Festival Thursday thru Sunday: The annual St Andrew's Festival is here. The festival has FREE...

Tour De Cape Bike Tours Postponed Until January 26

With the forecast calling for rain and strong wind this Sunday, January 20, the Bike Tour portion of the 2019 Tour De Cape event has been officially moved to Saturday, January 26. All event elements including start times, lunch, rest stops, and optional speed zone will remain the same on the new date...

Pair Try to Dump Stolen Car Near Police Officer in Marked Patrol Vehicle

On January 16, 2019, around 4:00 AM, a Cape Coral Police officer was conducting an area check in the vicinity of 714 Burnt Store Road North (Seven Eleven). While at that location, Officer I. Ross noticed a silver sports utility vehicle pull into the back parking lot of the Seven Eleven. The vehicle...

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