Mark Metten
FAR Florida

 

Helping people is my passion in the real estate business. This make it easy for me to achieve a full-time commitment to my clients. For over 20+ years my clients have been entrusting me to represent their homes and transactions. I bring to the table an expertise unmatched by any other single agent or agency. I put you in touch with all the homes you are looking for. With a dedicated website that can notify you the second a property of your true desires comes available on the real estate market. My knowledge of Cape Coral waterways and Cape Coral boating neighborhoods gives me a definite edge above the competition. By combining personal, one-on-one attention with dynamic web and e-mail resources, I provide 24/7 market coverage for my clients and a level of service unparalleled. Using cutting edge technology allows for around the clock housing notifications that make my service standards a benchmark to all others. 

 Welcome Home to Southwest Florida Living!

 

 

Fort Myers, Florida

Being the county seat and commercial center for Lee County, the real estate in Fort Myers Florida. The luxury real estate in Fort Myers, Florida comes with many different scenes including yacht clubs, country clubs and single family homes along the Intracoastal Waterway. In just 90 days, over 1,500 homes have sold in Fort Myers alone!

The Caloosahatchee River, part of the Intracoastal Waterway, flows through Ft. Myers providing a water pathway from the Gulf of Mexico, across Florida and to the Atlantic Ocean.  This beautiful river provides ample opportunities for incredible waterfront properties as well as water recreation, including boating, fishing, sailing and swimming. 

Fort Myers Beach, Florida

Miles of white sandy beaches, offer the option to purchase waterfront homes directly on Fort Myers Beach.

Ft. Myers Beach has gained the reputation as the "World's Safest Beach" since there is no undertow and plenty of shallow water, the ocean floor slopes gently with no sudden drop offs or large waves.  There are 25 public beach accesses on the Gulf of Mexico side of the island, providing plenty of opportunities for residents and visitors a like to enjoy the breathtaking sunsets that are known all over the world, as well as festivals, boating, fishing off the pier, seafood restaurants and plenty of outdoor activity. 

Cape Coral, Florida

Over 400 Miles of canals that allow access to the Gulf of Mexico line the streets of Cape Coral, Florida, providing ample real estate opportunities for waterfront living locations. 

The 400 miles of canals has been a huge selling point for Cape Coral, as each canal provides access to the beautiful Gulf of Mexico without any low bridges, making boat travel as simple as it gets! Located on the Gulf Coast of Florida and bordered by the Caloosahatchee River and Matlacha Pass, Cape Coral continues to grow rapidly and has become one of the fastest growing cities in Florida! If you are looking for waterfront property, Cape Coral is the place to look! 

Estero, Florida

Estero, Florida is one of the fastest growing communities in all of Lee County, Florida, creating endless real estate options.

From single family homes and waterfront properties to large acre farms and condominiums along the beach, the variety of real estate options in Estero are endless. The great weather, friendly community and opportunities to watch the manatees and dolphins from the window of your home is what makes Estero, Florida the perfect place to raise a family, start a business or retire. 

Bonita Springs, Florida

Real estate in Bonita Springs, Florida ranges from luxury waterfront homes to single family homes.

Today, Bonita Springs continues to grow and attract new residents as those who come to visit can't help but return to this unique little town that has so much to offer.  Located near the first four year university in SW Florida, Gulf Coast University, Bonita Springs is becoming a "college town", with shopping malls, movie theatres and even a performing arts hall! Although these amenities are a drawing point to Bonita Springs, the real attraction is the same as it was 100's of years ago: the white sandy beaches, breath taking sunsets and the small town Florida charm. 

Island of Sanibel and Captiva, Florida 

Known for the unique shells that wash up on this island, these barrier islands of Sanibel and Captiva, Florida run from east to west as opposed to north to south which brings many opportunities for home owners to un-earth these shells right in their own backyard. 

Sanibel Island is unique in the fact that this barrier island runs from east to west as opposed to north to south, as other barrier islands.  Therefore, due to its geographical location and thousands of years of storms and wind, Sanibel Island is home to some of the most sought after shells in North America.  Dubbed "The Shelling Capital of the Western World", Sanibel Island provides more shell varieties than any other beach in Florida and is considered one of the best shelling beaches in North America. Littered with over 400 different species of shells, including whelks and conchs, residents are able to unearth perfectly preserved shells right in their own backyard! 

According to legend, both the islands of Sanibel and Captiva were once a haven for infamous pirates.  The notorious Jose Gaspar was rumored to have buried his stolen treasure on Sanibel Island and built a prison on "Isle de los Captivas" or Captiva Island.  It was on this island that Gaspar kept his wealthy female prisoners "captive" until he received a suitable ransom.  
 
Captiva was the #1 rated "Romantic Beaches in the U.S. and Nearby" by Amy Ziff, Editor of Travelocity. There are no hotels on Captiva Island, which only adds to the unique charm of this unspoiled, natural tropical paradise. Miles of white sandy beaches, breathtaking sunsets and a wildlife sanctuary is what makes Captiva Island the preferred vacation destination and permanent residency for Floridians and travelers alike. 
 
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