Cape Coral Real Estate
Cape Coral Real Estate: Water & Riverfront Homes, Boating & Golf Properties in Cape Harbour, Hermitage, Tarpon Point, Rose Garden, Yacht Club and Cape Royal. Cape Coral is one of the fastest growing cities in the United States of America, a heaven for investors, a home for families & vacationers. I am your Cape Coral Realtor and I offer primary solution for finding affordable Cape Coral real estate like family homes, condos, villas, townhouses as well as estate homes. I offer an educated background in providing real estate solutions for my clients.
Cape Coral is one of the most beautiful cities in the world offering endless coastal living. Southwest Cape Coral with Cape Harbour & Tarpon Point Marina offers gated and luxury waterfront & high rise living and is home to people from all over the world. Than there is the Cape Coral Yacht Club with a mix of old Florida Style Homes mixed in with new Mediterranean and modern architecture surrounded by water. Perhaps the luxury Cape Coral properties are not what you are looking for? Well, Cape Coral real estate has to offer fine living for everyone, secluded and removed from the busy city life. If you seek a destination that is rich in history and offers great weather and a wide variety of real estate you've found it. Owning Cape Coral real estate is the dream of so many.
I offer a wide selection of single-family homes, vacation homes, townhouses, condos, villas & estate homes that caters to families with different cultures and lifestyles. My websites incorporates modern ambience to each residential property that targets the needs of modern families for a comfortable environment to raise their household.
Before you buy you should be prepared and the best way is to get a pre-approved loan or have cash on hand.
Before shopping for homes for sale, you want to shop for mortgage lenders. When you find a lender you're comfortable with, you should get pre-qualified for a loan. Pre-qualification for a loan is based on the best estimate of the loan officer. The loan officer or mortgage broker believes, because of the information you tell them, that you have good credit and can financially afford a specific loan amount. For this reason, because it isn't verified, pre-qualification doesn't hold as much weight with buyers. As well, you could still end up wasting a lot of time looking at houses you can't afford.
The second step in getting a mortgage loan is a pre-approval. With pre-approval, the lender has received verification that, you are credit worthy and that you can afford up to a specific loan amount.
Pre-approval not only gives the seller the idea that you're a good prospect, but it also helps you out while looking for a home.
Now you already know that you're qualified to buy any home you look at that falls within your verified loan amount.
Now you have better negotiating power with the seller, who may be more willing to accept less than list price knowing that you are already pre-approved. Now you can close faster, narrowing the typical 30-40 day period to close.