Cape Coral riverfront home for sale. Located in SE Cape Coral directly on the Caloosahatchee River! You will love this resort style backyard complete with a large saltwater pool, spa & rock features. The lanai also has plenty of space to entertain under roof as well as when you want the shade or to get out of one of our afternoon showers! The composite wrap around deck surrounds the 10,000 lb boat lift. Brick paver driveway and sidewalk up front to either your main home entrance or your guest house. Speaking of guest house ~ this could make a great ‘man-cave’, ‘office’ or ‘mother-in-law suite’ or keep it just for your guests! The original tax roll date means nothing on this house since everything down to the plumbing has been replaced in this home. You’ll love the open floor plan, great for entertaining your family or guests. Travertine tile floors throughout most of the house.
Call our office today for your private showing. (239) 542-8521 or email email@example.com with any questions. Or call Susan Milner (239) 218-2229.
*this home is a short sale & contingent upon lender approval. The seller has already been approved for a HAFA short sale so bring us a decent offer to present to the lender for approval. The seller holds a Florida real estate license*
Should you buy a Cape Coral waterfront short sale?
If you are looking for a below-market deal, have time to wait & have cash or great financing in place a waterfront short sale may be right for you.
A typical short sale can take up to 120 days, and sometimes longer, to close once you have submitted an offer on a waterfront Cape Coral short sale.
The bank has to approve the offer. But once the bank has approved your offer, they will require you to close within 30 days (sometimes sooner) or charge you a daily per diem for each day past the date of closing you wait.
We have helped many customers find great waterfront homes in & around Cape Coral, Florida. Many of these Cape Coral waterfront short sale properties have sold for more than half of the mortgage amount owed by the seller!
Once we determine your wants & needs we can narrow the search down to only show you those houses best suited for you. We won’t waste your time looking at homes that are of no interest to you. Your time is valuable. We understand this. We want to streamline the process for you.
Our team members are highly skilled & have a very high knowledge of the current market in & around Cape Coral, Florida. They know what is going on in Cape Coral real estate & can make the process very pleasing.
Start your search below or contact us today.
We look forward to working with you.
Yours in Success,
Susan Milner, e-PRO GRI Realtor
Licensed Real Estate Broker
Florida Future Realty, Inc.
Currently available waterfront short sales in Cape Coral:
If you are unfamiliar with our area and the differences in the types of canal front homes it can be confusing as to what type of canal property will suit your needs. What is the proximity to the river? The Gulf of Mexico? The ease of navigation? Salt water or fresh
water? It can be really confusing and hard to understand.
Here are the differences below.
Direct Sailboat Access: direct often refers to sailboat access, and is the most desirable of the Cape Coral waterfront choices. These types of properties are in high demand and that is reflected in the greater asking price. There are no bridges to contend
with so the size of your boat isn’t a factor.
Not Direct Access:
The difference is the time it takes to actually navigate to the river. Some are quick and take just minutes, others are full of twists turns and no wake speeds that take more than an hour to actually reach open water.
Gulf Access with Bridges:
There are bridges in your route to the river that have size restrictions. The bridge height restrictions DO accommodate most boats, but if you plan to have a sailboat or an extra large model this type may not be suitable.
Fresh Water Canals:
These canals are often for aesthetic purposes only. They have a great view, but no access to navigable waterways. These types of canals are not meant for major boating. Some of these canals do lead to a string of lakes that allow personal water crafts, and fishing boats.
Whatever your boating needs one of these canals can be right for you, if we can help answer any of your questions or help you find your dream home we would be happy to help.
Yours in Success,
The Florida Future Realty Team