9400 Gladiolus Drive, Suite 290, Ft. Myers, Fl. 33908

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Herons Glen Website

Herons Glen

Herons Glen is a gated championship golf and country club community with 1,300-homes in North Fort Myers on the northern edge of Lee County Florida where residents own the recreational facilities.

Magnolia Landing Web Site

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The stunningly beautiful greens and fairways of The Golf Club at Magnolia Landing offer one of the most exciting golf experiences of any private country club.


One of the most important parts of the home buying process is finding the right home for you and your family. After all, you will probably be living there for years to come, so it should be a place where you will be happy.

First, figure out what is most important to you in a home, and then try to find the one that comes closest to what you've envisioned. Here are some basic points to keep in mind during your search:
 
  • Location. Where your home is located can be just as important as what it looks like or how big it is. Do you need to be in a particular school district, or close to a job, bus line, or day-care facility? Remember, even the perfect home will not seem so perfect later on if you are not happy with the surrounding neighborhood.
  • Size and special features. Before you start your search, sit down with your family and make a “wish list” of all the features and amenities you want in your new home. How many bedrooms and baths do you need? Do you need central heating or air conditioning? Make sure you distinguish your “wants” from your “needs.” Rank each item according to its importance, and look for a home with the most important features first.
  • Types of homes. A single-family home is not the only housing style you have to choose from. Condominiums, town homes, and co-ops all offer different lifestyle and ownership options.
  • Using a real estate agent. You may be able to find your home just by looking through ads in newspapers or home directories, or by looking for "For Sale" signs in neighborhoods you like. But if you want more complete access to available homes, you should consider hiring a real estate agent. A real estate agent can take what you've decided you want in a home, compare your needs with all the homes being sold in your area, and show you the ones that fit best.
Even if you have to do without some of the items on your wish list, your home should be a place where you can be comfortable — you should not have to settle for a place that isn't right for you. Educate yourself, think about your options, and take the time you need to make the right choice.