Sun Country Realty
With this- you can go to http://www.dougsellsfl.com and on the left hand side click: searc area homes and put in exactly what you want & see for yourself what the answer lies. Then you will know which way you will want to go. Have fun searching: Douglas Pelton of Blackburn Realty, Inc.
Gulf access single-family: 520 sold; Avg. selling price $375,305; Avg. $/SF $175
Freshwater single-family: 218 sold; Avg. selling price $180,104; Avg. $/SF $86
While the gulf access numbers are skewed by some very large transactions, there is quite a remarkable difference in gulf access vs. freshwater values.
Good luck with your search!
If you are looking to sell I recommend you have a local professional RealtorÂ® meet with you and provide you with a CMA that will show you recent market activity to homes similar to yours to determine fair market value.
If you are looking to purchase I recommend you find a local professional RealtorÂ® to work as your buyers agent. They can also prepare a CMA to help you determine a fair price to offer and can negotiate on your behalf at no cost to you.
Feel free to contact me if I can be of assistance. As a resident of Cape Coral since 1988 I know the area extremely well and would be more than happy to discuss your real estate needs with you.
Terry McCarley, RealtorÂ®, CDPE
Jones & Co Realty
Many factors come into play. It depends on the Gulf access,location and home. Its really best to work hand in hand with an agent that knows Gulf access and the area well. We have the ability to really research each home and help compare. I would be happy to help if you are not working with anyone. firstname.lastname@example.org 239-209-2237
Have a great night,
It really depends on many factors. It's not easy to give you a difference when considering the location, upgrades, size, etc. There really is no set difference.
I live in 33993 and I love the area. Quiet, yet not too far from civilization. Let me know if I can help you in any way.
Gulf Gateway Realty, Inc
It really depends on the house and how short a trip by boat from the house out to the gulf. If it is sailboat access (meaning no bridges) and a short trip, then it will be more than a home that has 1 or more bridges and is 45 minutes out to the gulf. I have seen a difference of $50k - $100k for gulf access vs. freshwater.
If boating is important to you than gulf access is the way to go. If you are just looking for a nice view from your backyard and don't care about getting to the gulf, then you can get more house for your money on freshwater.
If you need any further info, please feel free to call any time. Hope this helps!