Buying a home in Southwest Florida?

Buying a home is one of the biggest investments you will ever make. If you are looking to relocate to SW Florida, or even purchase a new home, the Simmons Team can help. For over 20 years we have helped our customers in Sanibel, Fort Myers, Cape Coral and other Southwest Florida areas find the home of their dreams. Our experience allows you to be able to make informed decisions every step of the buying process.

 

Southwest Florida Locations:

Sanibel Island – Located in the County of Lee. Sanibel Island, a small barrier island off the southwest coast of Florida in the Gulf of Mexico, is known for some of the best shell collecting in the United States, and beachgoers flock to its shores for the beautiful white-sand beaches and great fishing.
Population: 6,469 (2010 census)
Attractions: Beaches, Fishing, Sanibel Lighthouse, Shell Collecting, J.N. “Ding” Darling National Wildlife Refuge, which was voted a winner of the 10 Best Birdwatching places by USA Today, 2014, Sanibel Historical Village and Museum, Sanibel Shell Museum.
Captiva Island – Located in the County of Lee. Captiva Island is sister to larger Sanibel Island. It is just over a small bridge which crosses at Turner Beach. Turner Beach is a great place for catching fish and also shelling. The beach stretches 5 miles to the northern tip of Captiva Island at Redfish Pass. From the bridge at Turner beach, Captiva Drive is a scenic drive ending at "downtown" Captiva, which is more of a village than a town.
Population: 379 (2000 census)
Attractions: Beaches, Fishing, Restaurants and more.
Fort Myers – Located in the County of Lee, is known as the “City of Palms.” Nestled along the scenic shoreline of the Caloosahatchee River, and a great place to live. Not only is it a growing city, but also if you like to relax by spending time at the beach, they are just minutes away from most areas. Fort Myers is the home to the winter residences of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford.
Population:62,298 (2010 census)
Attractions:Edison and Ford winter homes, The Planetarium, City of Palms Park, Historic Downtown, Imaginarium Science Center
Cape Coral – Located in the county of Lee is a waterfront wonderland and the 11th largest city in Florida. It has over 400 miles of canals and other waterways. The city is connected to the neighboring city of Fort Myers by 2 bridges, Midpoint Bridge and the Cape Coral bridge.
Population:154,305 (2010 census)
Attractions:Sunsplash Water Park, fishing, Children's Science Center, Cape Coral Historical Museum, Mike Greenwell's Bat-A-Ball & Family Fun Park
 
Bonita Springs – Located in Lee County on the southwest coast of Florida.
Population:43,914 (2010 census)
Attractions:Center for the Arts of Bonita Springs, Bonita Beach Park, Barefoot Beach Preserve Park
 
Lehigh Acres – Located in Lee County, Lehigh Acres saw its residential boom between 2003 and 2007.
Population:86,784 (2010 census)