Gulf Access Cape Harbour Area Bank Owned Estate Home Unique Buying Opportunity in Cape Coral, Florida

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Zen Real Estate alerts waterfront home buyers in Southwest Florida of an opportunity to purchase a recent bank owned foreclosure, Gulf access, Cape Harbour area estate pool home at a foreclosure price in Cape Coral, Florida.

Bank owned estate homes in the Cape Harbour area are a rare find since most of these distressed homes are now sold as short sales

A Gulf access estate pool home built by Monaco Estate Home builders, nestled in the most popular Cape Harbour neighborhood on a half-acre lot, will soon be available for sale as a bank owned foreclosure. Built in 2004, this home is a stroll across the street to Cape Coral, Florida’s Harbour Preserve at Cape Harbour. Zen Real Estate broker Robin Speronis alerts buyers of unique waterfront homes in Southwest Florida that this home now has it’s own web site (http://www.5426SW21stPlCapeCoralFlorida33914.com) and is a premier offering at what could be a rock bottom price.

“Bank owned estate homes in the Cape Harbour area are a rare find since most of these distressed homes are now sold as short sales," says Robin Speronis, owner/broker of Zen Real Estate of Southwest Florida. “The challenge for buyers will be to catch this home as soon as it is listed on the MLS. A real-time MLS search engine is a must to have if you are buying in this market.”

The home is western exposure, 4 bedrooms, 4 1/2 baths and is 3,730 square feet. Located on the Diamond Canal, the list price is expected to be between $700,000 to $800,000. The 2009 Lee County assessed value is $943,720 and the 2009 taxes are approximately $20,000 with unpaid water and sewer assessments totaling $14,453.04.

The website http://www.AskZenRealEstate.com has details and pictures on this Gulf access home in Cape Coral, Florida. Broker Robin Speronis is also available to answer questions on this home as well as other properties in Southwest Florida through an integrated chat feature on the website.

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