Cape Coral, FL Homes For Sale & Real Estate

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1821 NE 13th Ave

Diplomat, Cape Coral, FL
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2013 NW 41st Ave

Burnt Store, Cape Coral, FL

313 SW 21st Ter

Hancock, Cape Coral, FL
  • 3 bd
  • 2ba
  • 2,100 sqft

2215 SE 31st St

Caloosahatchee, Cape Coral, FL

838 SW 12th Ter

Trafalgar, Cape Coral, FL
  • 1 bd
  • 1ba
  • 843 sqft

879 SE 46th Ln

Caloosahatchee, Cape Coral, FL
  • 4 bd
  • 2ba
  • 1,777 sqft

4423 SE 19th Ave

Caloosahatchee, Cape Coral, FL
  • 4 bd
  • 4ba
  • 2,154 sqft

612 614 Se 46th Ln

Caloosahatchee, Cape Coral, FL
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Cape Coral, FL Real Estate Insights

Cape Coral, Florida is situated on the Gulf of Mexico, just southwest of Fort Myers. The city's unique position between the Caloosahatchee River and the Gulf makes it prime for boating, fishing and beach hopping year-round. With temperatures ranging between highs of 75 and 92 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year, there's not a bad time to be outdoors in Cape Coral. With 39 parks in total, most notably, Sunsplash, the BMX Park, Four Freedoms Park and Cape Coral Eco Park, residents have a variety of fun-filled options to choose from at their fingertips. And, for the off-hand rainy day, the Cape Coral Historical Museum features a historic rose garden and a collection of Native American artifacts, among other highlights. Further, the Cultural Park Theatre offers a taste of Cape Coral's arts scene via their Broadway Season shows.
Being located farther from a top metro helps keep home prices in Cape Coral low. The average list price last year was $270,638, an increase of 12.95 percent the year prior. Inventory tightened year-over-year, with the number of homes for sale declining 13.93 percent to reach 2,440 listings in 2015. Even though real estate is relatively accessible, median incomes in Cape Coral are on pace with national averages at $50,484 per year, creating a favorable, healthy balance for workers looking to relocate and invest in the area.