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Searching homes for sale in Cape Coral FL made easy is our goal of this website. We have provided you with the most comprehensive information about Cape Coral real estate and the surrounding Southwest Florida area. We are constantly adding to the site so if you don’t see it now, just bookmark us and check back often. In fact, we’d love it if you’d email us about topics you’d like to see on this site – we consider all requests.
This website allows you to research the many different areas of the Cape Coral real estate market including foreclosed properties and short sales. Just Click on the “Map Search” at the top right and you’ll see all the listings on an interactive map. Or, if you want to learn about the unique quadrants of the Cape Coral real estate market, just use the navigation menu at the top via the Southeast Cape, Southwest Cape, etc…
Where is Cape Coral FL?
Often termed “The Cape”, our city is uniquely located on a large peninsula in southwest Florida. Cape Coral is Your Gateway to Paradise. We call it that because it truly is a water wonderland, offering over 400 miles of canals, and with access to the Gulf of Mexico.
Cape Coral real estate offers a tropical paradise surrounded by the white sand beaches of Sanibel and Captiva Islands, the fishing villages of Matlacha and Pine Island, and Fort Myers — the “City of Palms”. With the magnificent Caloosahatchee River on the eastern side and Matlacha Pass to the west, Cape Coral boaters can access the blue-green waters of the Gulf of Mexico directly from a canal in their backyard!
Many people find Cape Coral because their friends have purchased property here. In fact, young families and retirees alike have asked “where is Cape Coral Florida?”. Most who buy property here can’t wait to tell their family and friends about how affordable their purchase was.
What is Cape Coral FL Like?
With a median resident age of 41, Cape Coral is a young city for families and a retirement haven for baby boomers. Founded by the Rosen brothers in the 1950s, the city encompasses 115 square miles of Southwest Florida real estate — it’s the third largest city by land mass in the state of Florida and the fifth fastest-growing city in the nation.
Cape Coral is divided into four quadrants, each with its own unique character, terrain, style of homes and amenities. For more information about the different city quadrants, visit these pages:
Why Buy a Home for Sale in Cape Coral FL
Homes for sale in Cape Coral allows greater access to the quality of homes you’d expect in Southwest Florida — this is by far the most affordable waterfront community in the area. Enjoy all the luxurious amenities associated with boating and waterfront living, without the inflated price tag of Sarasota, Naples, or Miami. You can’t beat Cape Coral’s 335-day average of bright sunshine, 74 degree average temperature, no personal income taxes, 6% sales tax, no public service tax, and the low crime rates that make Cape Coral the third safest city in Florida for populations over 100,000 (FL Dept. of Law enforcement).