Downtown Fort Myers riverfront highrises have been overbuilt during the boom and that means that prices are low
Seattle, WA (Vocus) November 25, 2010
Seattle can now search Southwest Florida real estate for sale MLS listings using a program with the most powerful and comprehensive search abilities of any system designed to date. The program is being offered at http://www.TellMeSomethingIDontKnowRealEstate.com.
"Downtown Fort Myers riverfront highrises have been overbuilt during the boom and that means that prices are low," says Robin Speronis, TellMeSomethingIDontKnowRealEstate.com founder.
Search engine users can obtain detailed information about current real estate listings as well as recently sold properties in a specific area, tax information, pictures and maps. Homebuyers can pick their own detailed search criteria, search those listings and also receive an e-mail report every morning with price changes and new listings meeting their criteria. They can also maintain a personal file of favorite properties, which is automatically updated to reflect any changes.
In addition, visitors to TellMeSomethingIDontKnowRealEstate.com can instantly communicate with Florida real estate expert Robin Speronis through instant messaging. This real estate search engine and easy, informal access to a knowledgeable professional now allows Florida real estate buyers living in Seattle an advantage on finding their bargain real estate in Southwest Florida.
It is easy to set up a real estate search engine account. Just go to http://www.TellMeSomethingIDontKnowRealEstate.com and submit your name and e-mail address at the top left-hand corner of the site to receive your own custom Southwest Florida real estate search account.