Southwest Florida

There are plenty of places throughout Southwest Florida that are perfect to call home. Let Florida Dream Living And Investment  help you find your next Florida home!

Charlotte County

Formed in 1921, Punta Gorda serves as the County Seat of Charlotte County. Named after Queen Charlotte, the grandmother of Victoria and the fourth great grandmother of Queen Elizabeth the second, Charlotte County contains 859 square miles, with 169 of them being water.

The only incorporated city is Punta Gorda, and the Board of County Commissioners administers the unincorporated Charlotte County.

Known as the Tarpon Capital of the World, there are 830 miles of shoreline. Conservation efforts protect nearly 85% of the land.

Gulf Island and Charlotte Harbor offer residents and visitors access to world-class boating and fishing. Western Michigan University and Florida Southwestern State College both have campuses in Charlotte County, Florida.

Founded in 1885, Punta Gorda is in the Central Southwest of the Gulf Coast. Originally, Punta Gorda was a Trabue on a 30-acre home site. Since the beginning, Punta Gorda is a friendly community with a promising future and a distinguished past.

Punta Gorda is an ideal community to call home. With miles of walking paths, waterfront living, and a charming downtown with shopping, dining, and entertainment available in the immediate area.

Condominiums and single-family homes are the most popular housing options in Punta Gorda, with nearly all of the residents living in properties of these types.

Charlotte County and Punta Gorda are among the top 50 best towns for yachting. According to Sail Magazine, Charlotte Harbor is in the top ten areas to sail in the United States.

Residents and visitors can enjoy an afternoon or evening out at a variety of places including, art galleries, public beaches, and parks. People who enjoy spending time outdoors can take advantage of local tours and rentals that open a host of opportunities for having fun in the Florida sunshine!

People seeking out the ideal place to retire won’t get let down choosing Charlotte County for their home. A majority of the properties aren’t deed-restricted, and gated communities are also available. Whether you’re searching for a low-maintenance condo or a single-family home with a waterfront, you can find it in Port Charlotte!

Lee County


Founded in 1887, Lee County contains 1,211 square miles within the county lines. You’ll find one town and four incorporated cities in Lee County; Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach, Bonita, and Sanibel Springs. 

For those seeking higher education, Lee County is home to multiple campuses, including Barry University, Florida Gulf Coast University, Florida Southwestern University, Hodges University, ITT Technical Institute, Keiser University, Nova Southeastern University, Rassmussen College, and Southwest Florida College.

You’ll find the Cape Coral Peninsula on the west banks of the Caloosahatchee River. Founded in 1957, real estate developers bought 103 square miles for $678K.

Today, Cape Coral includes 120 square miles of land and over 400 miles of fresh and saltwater canals. With multiple types of housing, including single-family homes, condominiums, and multiple-family residences, you have a wide selection of housing from which to choose.

Attractions and popular activities available in the area include the Edison & Ford Winter Estates, Captiva Islands, Lovers Key State Park, the Manatee Park, the Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium, and several museums are a few options.

Fort Myers

Fort Myers holds the historic milestone of having one of the first forts built on the Caloosahatchee River banks. In 1886 the area was incorporated. Less than 150 miles away from both Tampa and Miami, it’s central location makes it convenient for beach lovers and water sport enthusiasts.

Homebuyers and investors will find a mix of traditional and gated communities, single-family homes, and condominiums.

Residents of Fort Myers enjoy close proximity to shopping, dining, entertainment, and much more!

If you’re in the market to sell your home in Southwest Florida or are searching for a new, vacation, or retirement home, contact us first! Our experienced and detail-oriented team is here to help you transform your dream into a reality!

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