Real Estate in Fort Myers, Lee County, Florida

The real estate market is heating up and house prices are increasing in the Fort Myers area. There are still many great deals available. If you are looking for cheap and bargain deals, click the link below to have exclusive FREE access to the latest foreclosure inventory in the Fort Myers, Florida market.

Below you will find the best foreclosure deals available in Fort Myers, Florida as of Friday January 17, 2014 (1/17/2014). Take the time now to browse the foreclosed market inventory available in the Lee County area.

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Real Estate Market Report for Fort Myers on Friday January 17, 2014 (1/17/2014)

The latest real estate market trends show the median list price for properties in Fort Myers, Lee County is $229,000, with an increase of 4.61% compared to last year. The Fort Myers housing market also saw a rise of 0.88% in the average price of a property compared to last month.

The overall intentory of properties has remain steady at 9,949 units for the current month, which represents a rise of 146 units or 1.47% compared to the previous month. Over the last year, the Fort Myers market has seen a decrease of -7.86% in the number of overall available units.

The latest numbers show that the average property will remain in the market an average of 95 days. This is compared to 109 days a year ago.



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There are many opportunities available for investment in the Miami area. Here is a list of some of the options in your area:

HUD Houses: For some, HUD properties are a great bargain, as these properties are government owned are usually between 20-40% below market value. Click on this link find the best deals on HUD houses in the Fort Myers, Florida area.

Tax Liens: Tax liens are a different way to invest in real estate. Tax lien investments are a hidden secret to investors. Investing in tax liens assures that your capital will go towards something that is profitable and with a set time period where you can anticipate realizing your profit. To find out more about this type of investment follow this link to learn more about Tax Lien opportunities in Fort Myers.

Sheriff Sales: Sheriff sales are some of the best deals around. These homes are usually foreclosed properties owned by the sheriff department. Click here to get a complete list of Sheriff sales in Fort Myers, Florida.

Frequently ask questions about the foreclosure market in Fort Myers, Florida for Friday January 17, 2014 (1/17/2014).

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What are bank owned or REO properties?
Answer: These are properties owned by a lender (typically a bank, government agency, or government loan insurer) that were not sold at a foreclosure auction.

What is a foreclosure?
Answer: a foreclosure is the process by which a homeowner’s legal rights to a property are lost because of the failure to pay the debt on the mortgage. If the owner cannot pay off the outstanding debt or sell it via short sale, the property is then sent to a foreclosure auction. If the property is not sold at auction, it becomes the property of the lender.

What is a HUD Home?
Answer: A HUD home is usually a residential property with 1 to 4 units that has been obtain by HUD (U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development) as the result of a foreclosure on an FHA mortgage.

What is a tax lien?
Answer: It is a type of lien placed against a title or property when the owner fails to pay either state or federal taxes.

What is a Sheriff sale?
Answer: Sheriff sales are properties held by a county sheriff and are posted for sale usually once a month. These properties are usually cheap foreclosures and other distressed real estate for sale at drastically reduced prices.

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