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Season Year Round In many areas of the country, there is a distinct buying season, when there are more buyers, more homes on the market, and more closed sales. For a variety of reasons, buyers tend to take a break in the winter and make a comeback in the spring. The buying season then lasts until fall, when sales begin to slow, and the cycle starts all over again. What many buyers in Southwest Florida don’t realize is that the conventional buying season logic doesn’t apply here. For a variety of reasons, the Southwest Florida real estate market doesn’t have the same ebb and flow that

other areas do – the flow of buyers, listings, and closed sales remains pretty constant here. A neighborhood - by neighborhood analysis of the areas I serve demonstrates that in Southwest Florida, buyers buy all year round. For example, Shadow Wood at the Brooks has had right around 100 properties active over the last year, with only a slight decline over time – in keeping with Southwest Florida’s downward trend in inventory. Likewise, the neighborhood has had a fairly steady rate of three to five closed sales each month, with a slight upward trend in sales that reflects the

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stabilization of the market as a whole. As another example, The Colony has had roughly 80 to 100 active listings every month, with the same gradual decline in inventory; and around six to eight closed sales each month, with a similarly positive trend.

Since the changes are gradual and steady, it is clear that what we are seeing is the market stabilizing in each of these neighborhoods individually – NOT a seasonal ebb and flow. Instead, the trends remain constant throughout the year. What we are seeing in these individual neighborhoods are also indicative of the trends found in the Naples, Bonita, and Estero market areas as a whole, which shows that the individual neighborhoods’ sales are consistent with those in the larger market. Perhaps one of the reasons for the year-round buying season has to do

with weather. Areas with warm-weather buying seasons usually have colder, wetter weather in the winter. Whether because buyers don’t relish the thought of going around and seeing homes in that weather, or because homes simply show better in the growing season, we don’t have to worry about that here. Nice weather year round keeps buyers interested and homes ready to show! Another possible factor in the real estate buying season is school. Ideally, most families would prefer to move during summer, so Continued on page 7

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Living Waters Loves ... Integrity By Pastor Ed Ivie

What’s in the Showroom: Living with Integrity Integrity seems to be one of those buzz words that everyone knows but few people know the true meaning. Integrity is basically the basis of who we are and what we include in our character. The character that one has is often the difference

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between success and failure. I heard a definition of character several years ago that really stood out to me, “Character and Integrity is who you are when no one else is around.” People behave according to their value systems, beliefs, and principles. So why is integrity such a big deal? GOD VALUES INTEGRITY. A lack of character and integrity can damage our relationship with God and others. It also can damage our personal lives as well. There are huge benefits to living with integrity. First of all, there is joy and happiness. Knowing that the decisions that we make in life are morally and ethically right help us to live with a sense peace. So many people today are looking for peace in their lives. Peace can from knowing that at the conclusion of the day the decisions that you have made reflect character, morality and honesty. I would encourage you today to take time to stop and reflect. Are there decisions that you are making being valuated on the basis of integrity? In

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your relationships are you morally and ethically at peace? If not, take time to stop and reflect and ask God to help you. The book of James in the New Testament tells us that if we lack wisdom that we can ask God and He will give it to us. My prayer for you is that you will make a conscious effort to live your life with a determination to do what is right. Building and growing your heart and mind through God’s Word (The Bible) will no doubt help make integrity are part of who you are. A close friend of mine once said, “Integrity means you have more in the warehouse than is in the showroom.” What are you showing off today?

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Ingredients 1/4 cup olive oil 1 tablespoon dried parsley 2 tablespoons dried thyme 1 tablespoon dried rosemary 1 clove garlic, minced 4 (6 ounce) fillets salmon 1 lemon, juiced Method 1.Preheat grill for medium heat. 2.In a shallow glass dish, mix the olive oil, parsley, thyme, rosemary, and garlic. Place the salmon in the dish, turning coat. Squeeze lemon juice over each fillet. Cover, and marinate in the refrigerator for 30 minutes. 3.Lightly oil grill grate. Transfer salmon to the grill, and discard any remaining marinade. Cook salmon on preheated grill over medium heat for 8 to 10 minutes, turning once. Fish is done when it flakes easily with a fork.

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aroundtown Conservancy of Southwest Florida Introduces Two New 2010 Summer Camp Themes Conservancy of Southwest Florida award-winning Summer Eco-Camp is geared toward kindergarten through eighth grade graduates and is filled with nature-inspired lessons and activities. Weekly sessions run June 14th through the week of July 19th, depending on age level. The week-long day camps feature daily field trips to eco-destinations, hands-on exploration and live encounters with native wildlife including birds, reptiles and marine animals. The new themes are “Step Outside,” designed to transform campers into “biologists,” while the second camp, “WOW! Wonders of Wildlife,” includes major encounters with animals to transform campers into wildlife “experts.” Early registration for Conservancy members begins April 1 in the Conservancy auditorium from 8 AM – 1 PM. Registration opens to the public on April 2. The eco-camps are expected to fill up quickly and space is very limited. Previous camp participants will find several changes in 2010. The “Seahorses” group camps (kindergarten graduates) are now extended to full-day sessions. Since the Conservancy of Southwest Florida Nature Center is undergoing major renovations, the number of camps and participants for each camp will be limited. Summer Camp operations are moving to the FGCU Renaissance Academy Naples Center (1010 5th Ave. South.) This location offers a convenient and safe learning environment for fun and exciting Summer Camp activities while the Conservancy Nature Center undergoes sustainable renovations. Registration forms and more information are available at www.conservancy. org/camp. The Naples Daily News and Bonita Daily News have recognized the Conservancy of Southwest Florida as a Southwest Florida Choice winner for Education/Nature Venue each year since 2004. More Details on Camp Themes: The first new camp theme is “Step Outside!” Southwest Florida is home to several unique and interconnected ecosystems, some found nowhere else in the world. This camp offers immersive eco-field trips, environmental research, crafts and other adventures will transform campers into southwest Florida “biologists.”

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The second new camp offered is “WOW! Wonders of Wildlife!” Campers will get to “meet” the birds and the beasts unique to southwest Florida. Camp includes animal discovery field trips, animal encounters and animalfocused crafts and games that will transform campers into wildlife “experts.” For additional information, visit www.conservancy.org/camp. About the Conservancy of Southwest Florida: The Conservancy of Southwest Florida began in 1964 when community leaders came together to defeat a proposed “Road to Nowhere” and spearheaded the acquisition and protection of Rookery Bay. The Conservancy is a grassroots organization focused on the critical environmental issues of the Southwest Florida region. Partnering with likeminded organizations, the Conservancy works to manage growth and protect area waters, land and wildlife. The Conservancy of Southwest Florida promotes sound environmental policies and practices based on solid scientific research while providing environmental education to residents and visitors. The Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic treats more than 2,400 injured, sick and orphaned animals each year and releases about half back into their native habitats. The Conservancy of Southwest Florida is located in Naples, Florida at 1450 Merrihue Drive, off Goodlette-Frank Road at 14th Avenue North. For information about the Conservancy of Southwest Florida, call (239) 262-0304 or www. conservancy.org.

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A Floridian Mystery Between Miami and Homestead, one of the strangest structures in the United States stands as a memorial to unrequited love and unwavering determination ...

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Woods Edge, Bonita Springs

Shadow Wood at the Brooks, Bonita Springs

0690. 3 Bed, 2 bath, 1986 sf under air, second floor, end unit, Carriage home with attached. Abundance of upgrades throughout with granite counter-tops in all baths, kitchen, ledges and even window seats! Vaulted ceiling, tile on diagonal, crown molding, designer window treatments, chair railings, accent trim and tile in-lays. Large kitchen, stainless appliances, built-in range, raised paneled glaze finish cabinets w/crown molding, granite counter-tops. Tiled lanai with desired Southern exposure. Offered at $284,900.

2856. 3 bed, 2 bath 1642 under air sf, first floor carriage home w/attached garage. Decorated in neutral tones and upgrades throughout. Tile, berber carpet, plantation shutters, window treatments. Expansive kitchen w/paneled cabinets w/crown molding opens to grand living room w/ wall-wall sliders leading to tiled lanai with beautiful tropical landscaping, rolling golf course, lake and club house views beyond. Master bedroom with private entry to lanai and private bath. Offered at $239,000.

Call Michael 239-498-7600.

Call Michael 239-498-7600.

7607. 3 bed+den, 3 full/2 half bath, 3658 sf under air, 7036 sf total. Decorated w/European flair, offering the highest quality available in appliances & upgrades thru-out. Hand forged iron front door, 24x24 marble, artists faux paint/ custom designs, double/triple crown molding, plantation shutters tile/travertine inlays, surround sound/speakers, custom built-ins. Gourmet kitchen, w/viking built-in paneled appliances, 6 burner w/griddle, stainless gas stove, granite counter-tops. Separate enclave w/wet-bar, built-in wine cellar w/custom designed double rod iron doors. Family w/built-in entertainment center leading to a vast lanai, 24x24 & 12x12 artists pavers, gas heated built-in pool, cascading spa, summer kitchen. Stunning Gazebo surrounding a built-in fire-place w/lush tropical & golf course views. Offered at $1,499,000.

2876. 3 Bed+Den, 3.5 Bath, 3,014 under air, 5,693 total sf courtyard home w/beautiful expansive views of lake, golf course & woods. Numerous upgrades thru-out, crown molding, plantation shutters, tile, hardwood floors, custom built-ins, Bose surround sound. Stunning gourmet kitchen, w/granite countertops, 42” cherry cabinets w/crown molding, decorative tile. Offered at $699,000.

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Shadow Wood at the Brooks, Bonita Springs

Call Michael 239-498-7600.

Call Michael 239-498-7600.

Continued from page 1 that they disrupt their children’s education as little as possible. To this end, many buyers who have children start shopping for a home in the spring. The fact that the busy season in many areas ends around October, only a couple of months after school lets back in, is probably not a coincidence. The fact that Southwest Florida doesn’t follow this pattern, but instead has a pretty steady stream of buyers throughout the year, probably has to do with the demographics of our buyers. Considerably tax benefits for retirees has traditionally made our area a popular choice, and of course retirees aren’t going to make their decisions about when to start shopping for a home based on when school is in session. The same goes for many of our other buyers, whether they are international buyers, folks looking for a vacation home, or young couples who are looking to cash in on the competitive prices currently available. My point is, Southwest Florida real estate is always in season. Although many buyers assume that we suffer the same slowdown in the winter months as other areas, the truth is that here you can list your home for sale in December and still have the same chances of selling as you would in June. Regardless of the reason, the fact remains that there is a year-round demand for luxury real estate in Southwest Florida! If you would like to discuss seasonal sales trends at greater length, or if you are interested in buying or selling a home, please don’t hesitate to contact me. As a luxury real estate professional with lots of experience in Southwest Florida, I am extremely familiar with the individual neighborhoods and their sales trends, and I am always happy to answer your questions regarding the market! Rich Mathews State Farm Insurance Agency

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According to a 1911 policy with the Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York, Edison had five dots tattooed on his left forearm. No one knew what the dots meant. Interestingly, Edison was credited for inventing the basic tattoo machine. In 1876, he patented the Stencil-Pens, an engraving device that many years later was used his invention to give himself a tattoo.

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Spring Run at the Brooks, Bonita Springs

2265. Enjoy this 2nd floor, 2 bed, 2 bath, 1333 under air, 1511 total sf, Carriage home. Perfect for avid golfer with bundled golf and fantastic amenities. Vaulted ceilings, recessed lighting, upgraded carpet in main living areas, spacious eat-in kitchen. Large living room with sliders leading to the tile lanai with wonderful views of the golf course and lake. Conveniently located to airport, walking distance to Coconut Point Mall with shopping, casual and fine dining. Offered at $199,000. Call Michael 239-498-7600.

Choose success. Choose M Bonita Bay, Bonita Springs

3142. This 2 bed+den, 2 bath, 2050 sf under, 3467 total sf, Key West style home features an outstanding 1500 bottle climate controlled wine room w/tasting table. Discriminating details and custom finishes and upgrades throughout. Gourmet kitchen, built-in appliances, granite counters, cabinets w/crown and accented paned inserts. Great room with fabulous builtin entertainment center and impressive beamed ceilings and beautiful inlaid marble floors. Added bonus with lower level 4 car garage. Offered at $419,000. Call Michael 239-498-7600.

Rapallo at Coconut Point, Estero

3839. Mediterranean inspired 3 bed, 2 bath 1979 sf under air, 3142 total sf Villa. Stunning paver loggia w/rod iron fence, 10’ ceilings, tile, berber carpet. Kitchen, with café’ eating area, cabinets w/crown molding & drop lighting. Grand living/dining room, expansive corner-corner sliders leading to the lanai/ courtyard with built-in summer kitchen with large lake and soothing fountain views. Located in the resort style community of Rapallo At Coconut Point with numerous amenities. Offered at $339,000.

Few real estate agents are as driven as Michael Bu committees, this multi-million dollar producer keeps involved. Whether you are selling or buying, Michae state-of-the-art marketing methods, integrity, and th satisfaction. His drive to succeed is tempered only by h

CHOOSE Michael Burke as your real estate agent, and sit on the side Shadow Wood at the Brooks, Bonita Springs

6295. 3 bed+den, 4 bath, 3525 sf under air, 6503 sf total. Featuring the builders custom designs & upgrades thruout w/variety of tray ceilings, crown molding, custom tile plantation shutters, custom built-ins, designer decorated window treatments. Gourmet kitchen w/stainless builtins, 6 burner gas stove top, tumbled stone tile backsplash, granite counter-tops. 2 guest suites w/private baths, master suite w/2 large walk-in closets, 4 section tray ceiling w/ crown molding, Lanai w/pavers, summer kitchen w/builtin grill, refrigerator, sink. Fireplace & zero edge heated built-in pool w/cascading spa & fountain w/views of the 7th fairway, 2 large lakes & the 6th fairway beyond. Offered at $1,499,000.

Call Michael 239-498-7600.

Call Michael 239-498-7600.

Shadow Wood At The Brooks, Bonita Springs

2283. Furnished, Courtyard, 3 bed+den, 3 bath, 3154 under air, 5701 total sf, home. Rich in details and upgrades, with gorgeous views of golf course and woods beyond. Designer decorated, plantation shutters, window treatments, faux paint, hardwood, tile floors, built-in’s, plus much more. Gourmet kitchen, stainless steel appliances, built-in range, rich cherry cabinets w/crown molding, granite countertop. Formal dining and living room and beautiful den. Paver courtyard, built-in pool/ spa, flower beds. Offered at $849,000.

Grandézza, Estero 6777. Gorgeous 3 bed, 2 bath, 1649 under air, 2347 total sf. Exceptional upgrades, hurricane high impact windows, surround sound system, extended lanai and widened driveway, HVAC w/separate surge protector. Designer window treatments and fixtures, plantation shutters, painted walls in terra cotta tones, tray ceilings w/crown molding, tile in main living areas. Kitchen w/42” maple cabinets w/ crown molding, tumble marble mosaic backsplash tile, stainless steel appliances. Lanai w/built-in heated pool, spa w/2 waterfalls, wired for surround sound and gorgeous views of expansive lake w/fountain. Offered at $399,900.

Call Michael 239-498-7600.

Grandézza, Estero 5029. Beautiful 2 bed+den, 2 bath, 1478 sf, 1904 total sf, Carriage home decorated in a tropical decor’ throughout.

Call Michael 239-498-7600.

LaScala - The Colony, Bonita Springs

fans, accented painted & papered walls, vaulted ceilings, radio/intercom throughout. Large kitchen, cabinets w/ crown molding, rope lighting, breakfast bar, & large open window archway with views into the spacious living/dining room . Master bedroom, large walk-in closet, expansive windows & private entry to the tile lanai with tranquil views of golf course and vast lake beyond. Offered at $209,000. Call Michael 239-498-7600.

0833. 4,260 sf under air, 5140 total sf, 3 bed+den, 3.5 bath designed by an artist whose vision for detail is masterful. Grand Foyer featuring a hand-painted mural with copper and gold accents. Living Room with a forever view of Estero Bay and Gulf of Mexico. Trellised ceiling, mirrored wall panels of the formal Dining Room, metallic glass inlays in the Kitchen and Family Room, and carved glass doors in the Den add a visual dimension unlike any. Master Suite with its European trim and two additional Bedrooms provide family/guest’s desired privacy. Offered at $1,945,000. Call Michael 239-498-7600.

Twin Eagles, Naples

2918. Build your own custom estate home on this large lot on the 10th fairway in this exclusive golfing community, w/two golf courses designed by Nicklaus & Player. Private community offers miles of scenic walking trails, biking paths, parks, gardens, 47,000 sf clubhouse, Har-Tru tennis courts, fitness club, dining & has hosted the ACE Group Classic & PGA Champions Tour! Offered at $99,000. Call Michael 239-498-7600.

Shadow Wood at the Brooks, Bonita Springs

2854. First floor, 2 bed+den, 2 bath Coach home w/attached two car garage located in a private exclusive community. Numerous upgrades, w/ plantation shutters, blinds, crown molding, tile, decorative fans and electric shutters off the lanai just by a push of a switch. Kitchen w/decorative backsplash tile and breakfast bar looking into the warm casual dining area. Expansive sliders from dining and living room lead to tiled lanai with beautiful tropical views of the golf course and large lake. Offered at $309,900. Call Michael 239-498-7600.

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The Plantation, Fort Myers 3075. Open great room floor plan in this, 4 bed+den, 3 bath, 3022 under air, 5483 total sf, home. An abundance of upgrades, stunning bamboo hardwood floors throughout, 18x18 tile, tray ceilings, crown molding, miter window. Gourmet kitchen, built-in stainless steel appliances, granite counter-tops, tile backsplash. Great room with wall-wall disappearing sliders, bring the beautiful tropical outdoors in. Paver lanai, built-in pool/spa, flower beds with sprawling lake, golf course and tropical wooded views. Offered at $649,000. Call Michael 239-498-7600.

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as driven as Michael Burke. A member of numerous local real estate n dollar producer keeps tabs on the local market by staying intimately selling or buying, Michael brings to the table strong negotiation skills, methods, integrity, and the ambition it takes to achieve 100 percent eed is tempered only by his understanding of his clients’ needs.

7095. Beautiful attached end unit villa, 2 bed+den, 2 bath, 1604 under air, 2873 total sf, w/2 car attached garage. Immaculate, bright and airy, stylishly decorated in a casual beach/cottage theme. Plantation shutters, tile in main living, niches, archways, custom built-ins, decorative fixtures. Kitchen nook with cozy, picturesque breakfast nook w/custom built-in seating. Living and den with custom built-ins. Gorgeous tropical views of landscaping, golf course and lake from master bedroom and lanai w/built-in pool and cabinets. Offered at $349,000.

Spring Run, Bonita Springs

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it on the side of SUCCESS. Miromar Lakes, Miromar

6522. Gorgeous beach front and lake views in this 3 bed+den, 3.5 bath, 2429 under air, 2841 total sf. High ceilings, 5 ¼” crown molding, archways, tile in main living areas, security system, 2 lanai’s. Kitchen w/granite counter-tops, gas cook top, built-in wall oven, 42” cabinets w/crown molding, tile backsplash. Living/dining area w/wall full of sliders leads to the tiled lanai w/tranquil lake, beach, clubhouse/pool views. Master suite, his/her walk-in closets, sitting area, entry to 2nd balcony and private bath w/marble vanity, roman soaking tub, large walk in shower. Two family/guests bedrooms, both w/private baths. Offered at $749,000.

0442. Great room floor plan in this 3 bed+den, 3.5 bath 2832 under air sf, 3836 total sf, two car attached garage. Tray ceilings, rope lighting, gourmet kitchen w/stainless steel built-in appliances, gas 6 burner cooktop, tile backsplash. Stunning tiled wrap around balcony with outstanding lake views & private tiled balcony of the guest bedroom. Located in the exclusive community of Miromar Lakes with 700 acres of freshwater lakes, clubhouse, golf course, European spa, tennis courts and fitness. Offered at $620,000. Call Michael 239-498-7600.

Mirasol, Miromar Lakes Beach

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Miromar Lakes, Miromar 2862. First floor carriage home w/attached 2 car garage, 3bed, 2 baths, 1647 under air, 2256 total sf. Beautifully decorated with a tropical décor. Newly installed bamboo laminate flooring in great room, dining & den, accented paint on walls w/artist added custom accent, window treatments thruout. Kitchen cabinets w/crown, breakfast nook w/ large windows & slider leading to lanai w/electric shutters. Spectacular views of an expansive lake, tropical landscaping & golf course. Seller willing to provide a $10,000 credit towards golf membership. Offered at $272,000.

1050. Spacious, inviting 3 bedroom+den, 2.5 bath, 2297 sf under air, 3046 total sf, condo w/ attached garage. High ceilings, tray ceilings w/ crown, archways, decorative wall niches, tile in main living areas and den, decorated in neutral tones. Kitchen cabinets w/crown molding, accented tile backsplash, breakfast bar opens to casual eating area. Large Great room with wall-wall slider leading to the tiled lanai with gorgeous views of expansive lake/w/fountain and woods beyond. Offered at $375,000. Call Michael 239-498-7600.

2194. 2nd floor immaculate 2 bed+den, 2 bath, 1811 under air, 1221 total sf, with attached garage. Numerous upgrades, decorated in neutral tones, high vaulted ceilings, decorative fixtures/ ceiling fans, window treatments, large 18x18 tile in kitchen, lanai and baths. Spacious kitchen with large eating area and dining/living room with sliders leading out to the screened lanai offering gorgeous sprawling lake views. Great community offering bundled golf and amenities and conveniently located to airport, walking distance to Coconut Point Mall with shopping, casual and fine dining. Offered at $335,000.

Grandézza, Estero

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Spring Run at the Brooks, Bonita Springs

3040. Gorgeous views of the Gulf and Bay in this 3rd floor end unit w/3 bed, 3.5 bath, 3,295 under air, 4,215 total sq. ft. Travertine tile, custom builtins, speaker system thru-out, hardwood floor, plantation shutters, window treatments. Gourmet kitchen, 42” cherry cabinets, granite countertops, built-in/paneled appliances. Grand living room, dining room w/wall-wall glass sliders leading to the incredible travertine tiled main terrace. Family room, guest suites, w/entrance to rear balcony. Master suite, w/striking vast entry, expansive windows & private entry to terrace. Offered at $899,000.

The Colony - Palermo, Bonita Springs

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9247. 3 bed, 2 bath, 2 ½ garage, 2190 sf under air, 3236 total sf great room floor plan. Tile in main living areas, plantation shutters throughout. Open kitchen w/granite countertops, upgraded cabinets. Formal dining room, large great room with two sets of stunning wall-wall sliders leading to the extended lanai, w/built-in heated pool/spa and privacy hedges surrounding. Master suite w/sliders to lanai and private master bath w/granite countertops, upgraded cabinets, Jacuzzi soaking tub and large walk-in shower. Offered at $490,000. Call Michael 239-498-7600.

Grandézza, Estero

4141. Beautiful great room floor plan, 3 bed+den, 3 bath, 3-car garage, 2655 sf under air, 3700 total sf. High ceilings, archways, niches, tile in main living areas, window blinds. Kitchen w/42” cabinets, decorative tile backsplash, breakfast nook. Grand great room with sliders leading out to the paver lanai, built-in pool/spa, flower bed, beautiful tropical landscaping and golf course views beyond. Master bedroom w/two closets, exquisite French door entry to the lanai and private master bath, w/large tiled walk-in shower. Offered at $549,000.

Grandézza, Estero

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May Madness Pet Adoptions At Lee County Domestic Animal Services! Lee County Domestic Animal Services is promoting pet adoptions during May with half off the regular fee for all pets. The promotion kicks off May 1st with a special event. Lee County Domestic Animal Services is going mad during the month of May! During May Madness all pets may be adopted for half off the regular adoption fee. The month-long promotion will kick-off Saturday, May 1st with a special adoptathon event sponsored by the US Postal Service. The USPS will unveil the new “Adopt a Shelter Pet” stamp and offer activities and crafts for children and families at the shelter from 11:30 am until 2:00 pm. Adoptions will continue until 3:30 pm. LCDAS hopes this tremendous incentive will encourage prospective owners to adopt a shelter pet and save the life of a homeless animal rather than buy from pet stores or breeders. Shelter pets have long endured the reputation of being

Featured Pets Name: Tammy ID #: 465879 Breed: Shepherd Mix Sex Female Age: Four months old Color: Brown Comments: I was dumped off on the side of the road and a kind Animal Control Officer brought me to the shelter. Being dumped was very scary so I’ve been in a foster home until now so I could gain some confidence. Now I am back at the shelter and ready for my permanent home. In my foster home I learned my house manners and how to use a doggy door. I still may want to hide sometimes because I’m shy but will warm up quickly to you. I’m going to be a large dog and I am growing fast. I had lots of dog company in my foster home and would love to be someone’s loving companion. So what do you think? Are we a match? Adoption Fee: $47.50 (1/2 off the regular adoption fee of $95 during the May Madness Adoption Promotion at LCDAS).

Name: Chleo ID #: 469057 Breed: Domestic Short Hair Sex: Spayed Female Age: 1 year old Color: Patch Tabby Comments: I am a very sweetnatured cat and I love to play but I’m ready to dedicate myself to being your lap cat. I’ve been around other pets but I’d be most happy as your one-and-only love! Adoption Fee: $25 (1/2 off the

regular adoption fee of $50 during the May Madness Adoption Promotion at LCDAS).

“damaged goods.” The reality, however, is quite the opposite. “We frequently hear from adopters how shocked their friends are that they adopted such a great pet from a shelter,” says Ria Brown, LCDAS Public Information Officer. “The economy has contributed to the homeless pet problem but, we also live in a throwa-way society. Unfortunately, this practice includes pets.” As a result shelters are the best place to find a variety of pets to fit your lifestyle from puppies or kittens to adult pets that already have some training. May’s reduced adoption fee will still include the complete package of services consisting of sterilization, age appropriate vaccinations, county license, microchip ID, worming, flea treatment, a heartworm test for dogs, feline aids and leukemia test for cats, 10 Day Health Guarantee, and a bag of Hill’s Science Diet dog or cat food. The adoption package is valued at over $500! View the variety of pets waiting to be adopted at www.LeeLostPets.com or head to the shelter at 5600 Banner Drive, Fort Myers next to the Lee County Sheriff’s Office off Six Mile Cypress Parkway. Adoption hours are Monday through Saturday from 11:30 am to 3:30 pm. For more information about pets for adoption go to www.LeeLostPets.com or call (239) 533-7387 (LEE-PETS). The website updates hourly so current information is always available. If you are inquiring about a pet you have seen online, please have the animal ID number ready for faster assistance.


May / June Events Germain Arena: (Estero)

Barbara B. Mann Theatre: (Ft. Myers)

May/June. Shows, schedule & times call (239) 948-7825 or visit www.GermainArena.com.

For info and shows, visit, www.bbmannpah.com/ index.php or call (239) 481-4849.

Coconut Point Mall: (Estero)

27 Annual Taste of Collier: (Naples)

Live entertainment located at Plaza Del Lago Dr. patio.

May 2, 12-4pm. Live entertainment, samples from 30 local restaurants. Located at 436 Bayfront Place. For information call 239 272-1907 or visit www.tasteofcollier.org.

Cooking Classes with Norman Love Confections: (Ft Myers) May/ June Wednesdays, 6:30-9pm. $95 p/person reservations required. Call 239 561-7215 or visit www.normanloveconfections.com.

Hammond Stadium: (Fort Myers) May/June, Miracle Baseball for tickets and schedule call 239 768-4210, or visit www. miraclebaseball.com.

Gulf Coast Town Center: (Ft. Myers) 8-10pm – Weekend concert series

Broadway Palm Dinner Theater: (Ft. Myers) For info and listing of shows visit www. BroadwayPalm.com or call 239 278-4422

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Historic Palm Cottage & Norris Gardens: (Naples) May/June, Tues-Sat 1-4pm. (239) 261-8164.

Historic Old (Naples)

Naples

Walking

Tours:

May/June, Wednesdays 10am, Reservations Required. Walk along and listen to the history of Naples in the lat 19th century. www. napleshistoricalsociety.org/third-street.htm.

EVP Island beach Volleyball Tournament: (Naples) Third Street Farmers Market: (Naples) May 29, 10am-4pm/May 30, 11am. Top ladies beach volleyball teams from around the country free admission. Vanderbilt Beach, in front of the Turtle Club. For Info call 773-387-1198 or visit evptour.com.

Summer Jazz on the Gulf: (Naples) June 26, 7-10pm. Smooth sounds of jazz by Blue Dice at Naples Beach Hotel & Golf Club, 851 Gulfshore Blvd N. For information 239 2612222.

Mercato Concert Series & Wine Tasting: (Naples)

Saturday’s in May/June 7:30am–11:30am. Located 1220 3rd St S. – parking behind Tommy Bahama’s. 239-434-6533.

Thursdays on Third (Naples) Thursdays in May 6-9pm, Thursday June 17th, 7-10pm. Music and entertainment in the courtyards and plazas of Third St

Philharmonic Center: (Naples) 5833 Pelican Bay. For more information and current shows visit www.philtickets.org/tickets/index.aspx or call (239) 597-1900.

May 7, 6-9pm. Live music and over 20 wines to taste.

Important “239” Numbers EMERGENCY Police, Fire, Medical ...................................... 911 Lee County Ambulance (Non Emergency) ...............................................................335-1600 Lee County Sheriff (Non Emergency) ...............................................................477-1200 LEE COUNTY EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (Weather & Disaster Spills) ..................477-3600 Poison Control Center ....................800-282-3171 HOSPITALS: North Collier Hospital.............................513-7000 Health Park Hospital..............................433-7799 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE (Local Area): Bonita Springs Area ..............................992-2943 Estero Area ...........................................948-7990 LIBRARY (Local Area): Bonita Public Library .............................992-1043 Estero South County Regional Library ..390-3200 LICENSE (Lee County): Animal License .....................................432-2083 Boat Registration/Fishing License .........339-6000 Drivers License .....................................278-7192 VEHICLE REGISTRATION - Lee County ...............................................................339-6000 VOTERS REGISTRATION ...................339-6300

MEDICAL (Lee & Collier Counties): Gulf Coast Hospital - Ft. Myers .............768-5000 Lee Memorial Hospital - Ft. Myers..........332-1111 North Collier Hospital (NCH) Downtown Naples .................................552-7000 North Collier Hospital (NCH) North Naples .........................................436-5000 Poison Control Center ...................800-282-3171 NEWSPAPER Bonita Banner ....................................... 765-0110 Coconut Point Press .............................777-0473 Ft. Myers News Press ...........................335-0233 Naples Daily News ...............................992-3609 PUBLIC SCHOOLS (Lee County): Edison Community College ...........800 -749-2322 Florida Gulf Coast University..........800-590-3428 School District of Lee County ................ 334-1102 REAL ESTATE SERVICES Michael Burke P.A., Keller Williams Elite Realty ...............................................................498-7600 Homestead Exemption - Lee County.....339-6120 Property Appraiser - Lee County ...........339-6100 SOCIAL SECURITY ......................800-772-1213 SOUTHWEST FLORIDA INT’L AIRPORT ...............................................................590-4800

TRANSPORTATION Airport Shuttle Service ..........................216-7777 Greyhound ............................................ 334-1011 Lee County Bus Transit ........................533-8726 U.S. POSTAL SERVICE Lee & Collier Counties....................800-275-8777 UTILITIES (Lee County): Embarq ..........................................866-304-6820 ELECTRIC Florida Power and Light..................800-262-1322 FLORIDA RECYCLING & WASTE ......332-8500 GAS SERVICE - Teco (Peoples Gas) ........................................................877-932-6747 SOLID WASTE - Lee County ...............338-3302 TELEPHONE Sprint (Bonita) ................................800-699-0728 Sprint (Lee County) .......................800-339-1811 TV CABLE Comcast ........................................800-432-4770 Time Warner .........................................574-2020 WATER/SEWER Bonita Springs ...................................... 992-0711 Unincorporated Lee County ...........800-485-0214 VETERINARIANS Florida Veterinary 24-Hour Emergency ........................................................239-992-8878


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Featured Columnist This column is produced by the Financial Planning Association and provided by Al Procaccino, a member of FPA and Certified Financial Planner with Castle Financial.

www.castlefinancial.com

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Royal Pelican, Fort Myers Beach

7795. Attached Villa, 2 bed+den, 2 bath, 2-car garage, 1524 sf under air, 2614 total sf, located in the prestigious community of Bonita Bay. Tile in main living areas, window treatments, kitchen w/ granite counter-tops, 42� cabinets. Spacious living room with sliders leads out to the private paver lanai w/landscape views. Offered at $279,000. Call Whitey 239 287-2933 or Michael 239 498-7600.

Bonita Bay, Bonita Springs

0579.12 inviting spacious rooms in this 4 bed+den, 4 bath, 3-car garage, 4456 under air, 7474 total sf, w/tropical lush landscaping surrounding the circular driveway. Casual family room, w/built-in wet bar, expansive sliders and fireplace. Separate living room and formal dining room w/plantation shutters and stunning chandelier. Kitchen w/built-in appliances, granite counter-tops and desk. Lanai w/brand new built-in bar, plant beds, heated built-in pool/spa with beautiful tranquil views of sprawling lake. Offered at $1,330,000. Call Whitey 239 287-2933 or Michael 239 498-7600.

Ocean Harbor, Fort Myers Beach

3896. Stunning furnished, 3 bed, 3 bath, 2137 sf, 12th floor condo with western exposure overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. Designer decorated w/exquisite travertine marble floors, crown molding, custom built-ins, faux finished walls, designer fixtures/fans, beautiful window treatments. Gourmet kitchen, stainless steel built-in appliances, living room, built-in entertainment center, sliders leading to the travertine lanai with spectacular views of the Gulf. Boat dock also available for separate sale. Offered at $975,000. Call Whitey 239 287-2933 or Michael 239 498-7600.

Bonita Bay, Bonita Springs

9374. Gorgeous views in this turnkey, 2 bed + den, 2 bath, 1620 total sf, first floor end unit, with attached 2-car garage. Tile main living areas, crown molding, kitchen w/granite countertops. Living/Dining Room with glass sliders leading to tiled, lanai with back and side of glass sliders offering spectacular picturesque, tropical views of lake and bay wrapping around to the side of the residence. Offered at $365,000. Call Whitey 239 287-2933 or Michael 239 498-7600.

Bonita Bay, Bonita Springs

2218. Gorgeous end unit with incredible tranquil tropical views of never ending sprawling lake, wrapping to the side of the residence. Complete with 2 bed+den, 2 bath, 2040 sf under air,2494 total sf in this second floor Carriage home with attached garage. So many upgrades and designer decorated throughout. Rich hardwood stairway, tile, carpet, tray ceiling w/crown molding, faux finishing, electric shutters, intercom/radio. Beautiful custom mirrored wall in formal dining room, custom granite shelf and kitchen with granite counter-tops, paneled cabinets w/crown and nook with further tropical views. Offered at $399,900 call. Call Whitey 239 287-2933 or Michael 239 498-7600.

Royal Pelican, Fort Myers Beach

6591. Turnkey, 2 Bed, 2.5 bath, 1267 sf. Perfect for the avid boater with gorgeous views of canal boats and water vistas right from the lanai. Decorated in neutral tones, tile w/in-lays and newly remodeled kitchen with granite countertops. Spacious living room and master bedroom with sliders leading out to the lanai. Wonderful location, within walking distance to the beach, shopping, restaurants and a great executive golf course. Offered at $299,000. Call Whitey 239 287-2933 or Michael 239 498-7600.

Bonita Bay, Bonita Springs

3752. Beautiful 2 story courtyard, Mediterranean style, 3 bed+den, 4.5 bath, 3867 under air, 4876 total sf. Open floor plan, casual family room, formal living and dining room. Tile, marble, hardwood flooring, plantation shutters. Stunning kitchen, w/built-in appliances, decorative tile backsplash, breakfast nook w/miter window offering lush tropical views. Master suite, w/expansive picturesque windows and views of vast lake. Paver courtyard, built-in pool/spa, private cabana offering additional views of lake and golf course beyond. Offered at $1,500,000. Call Whitey 239 287-2933 or Michael 239 498-7600.

Tarpon Bend, Bonita Springs

2529. Great income producing rental property. Single family home, 2 bed, 2 bath, 1260 sf under air,1620 total sf w/Sea wall and dock lift. Decide not to rent, tear down and build your dream home! This is a great piece of property overlooking million dollar homes. Offered at $685,000. Call Whitey 239 2872933 or Michael 239 498-7600.

Bonita Bay, Bonita Springs

4242.Perfect location in this 2 bed+den, 2 bath, 1582 sf under air, 2037 total sf in this first floor Carriage home with attached garage. Turnkey and ready to move in! Spacious open floor plan, great for entertaining with large lanai offering beautiful lake and preserve views. Bonita Bay in now member owned with 5 golf courses. Offered at $289,900 call. Call Whitey 239 287-2933 or Michael 239 498-7600.

Bonita Bay, Bonita Springs

2543. Furnished, 2 bed + den, 2 bath, 1388 sf under air, 1620 total sf first floor end unit with tropical landscaped views. Ready to move in! Enjoy this Condo in the Sandpiper subdivision of the beautiful community of Bonita Bay with park, bike trail, private beach ‌ just a few of the outstanding amenities. $178,000. Call Whitey 239 287-2933 or Michael 239 498-7600.

Shadow Wood Preserve, Fort Myers

6464. Gorgeous 3 bed+den, 4 bath, 3-car garage, 3590 under air, 7306 total sf. w/formal living and dining room. Tile, hardwood floor, miter windows, tray ceilings, faux finish, custom built-ins, crown molding. Gourmet kitchen, granite counter-tops, stainless steel gas stove, wall ovens, two dishwashers, paneled refrigerator. Family room, corner-corner disappearing sliders leads to the lanai w/built-in outdoor kitchen, granite bar, finished wood ceiling, fireplace, built-in pool, rock style spa, pool bath and golf course views. Offered at $1,125,000. Call Whitey 239 287-2933 or Michael 239 498-7600.

Palms of Bay Beach, Fort Myers Beach

6560.Immaculate, 2 Bed, 2 bath, 1048 sf newly remodeled in 2008. Beautifully decorated w/upgrades. Stunning marble tile flooring throughout condo. Kitchen with granite countertops, white paneled cabinets, breakfast bar looking into casual dining room. Wall full of sliders in both spacious living room and master bedroom leading to the marble tiled terrace offering tranquil, gorgeous Bay views. Offered at $499,000. Call Whitey 239 287-2933 or Michael 239 498-7600.

Mediterra, Naples

3515. Spacious open floor plan, 3 bed + den, 3 bath, 2-car attached garage, 2589 sf under air, 3531 total sf, end unit. Upgrades throughout this spacious open floor plan, crown molding, tile main living areas, den w/cherry hardwood floors, upgraded lighting package. Gourmet kitchen, stainless steel built-in appliances, granite counter-tops and backsplash, maple cabinets w/crown molding. Grand living/ dining room, wall-wall sliders leading to the vast tiled lanai with screened archways offering secluded lush tropical views beyond. Offered at $499,000. Call Whitey 239 287-2933 or Michael 239 498-7600.

Mediterra, Naples

3942. Spacious open floor plan, 3 bed + den, 3 bath, 2-car attached garage, 2589 sf under air, 3531 total sf, end unit. Upgrades throughout this spacious open floor plan, tile in main living areas and den. Gourmet kitchen, rich granite counter-tops, cabinets w/crown molding. Grand living/dining room, wall-wall sliders leading to the vast tiled lanai with screened archways offering secluded lush tropical views beyond. Offered at $499,000. Call Whitey 239 287-2933 or Michael 239 498-7600.

El Sol, Fort Myers Beach

4804. Enjoy this single family home with an outstanding location on Ft. Myers beach with covered boat lift dock, storage for a kayak, seconds from Estero Bay & only minutes to the Gulf of Mexico. Enjoy this immaculate, 3 bed, 2 bath, single family home, 1100 sf under air, 2932 total sf. Walk to the beach, swim in the heated pool or practice putting on your private putting green. Offered at $349,900. Call Whitey 239 287-2933 or Michael 239 498-7600.


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