Welcome to Realty-V! I’m Stacey Glenn – your host and Top Producing Real Estate Agent at Royal Shell. In this weekly web series about Southwest Florida real estate I’ll share my local market expertise and smart advice… Plus fun information about this beautiful area, top tips for buyers and sellers, things you need to know if you’re thinking about moving to Southwest Florida… and a lot more.
I focus on the lifestyle my real estate clients desire – beach life, boating, golfing, adult-only communities, kid-centric or pet-friendly communities… whatever it is that will make their daily life in Southwest Florida the most enjoyable – that is what I focus on and match them with. That’s what has helped me become so knowledgeable about Lee and Collier counties. Join me each week as I share why you will love living in Southwest Florida. It’s where I live and it’s what I love.
Introduction to Web Series
What sets me apart? I excel at pricing and marketing my listings. How do I know? Because I consistently beat the market to get my clients more money, in less time, with less stress.
Cities of Southwest Florida
Fort Myers, Naples, Sanibel, Captiva, Bonita Springs, Cape Coral, Alva, Buckingham, North Fort Myers, Estero, Punta Gorda, And Lehigh Acres… each of these areas has their own signature style.
Best Beaches of Lee County
So let’s talk beaches. There are so many beaches in Southwest Florida this is going to be a 2-part topic. In this video, I’ll cover the beaches of Lee County: Fort Myers Sanibel and Captiva Islands.
Best Beaches of Collier County
Part 2: Working our way south from last week where I talked about Sanibel, Captiva and Fort Myers – This week I’ll share about Bonita Springs, Naples and Marco Island.
10 Things to Know Before Moving to Florida
So you want to move to Southwest Florida? Here are 10 things you need to know that I wish someone had told me! Now you’re better prepared than I was when I moved here.
What is a Snowbird?
So what IS a snowbird? Is it an exotic endangered species that flies to Southwest Florida in the winter months with all the other birds from up north? Well…not exactly.