Gregg Fous Perspectives in Real Estate

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Fractional in Fort Myers Beach Florida

Two boaters from Pennsylvania named Mike and David were visiting Fort Myers Beach three years ago. The weather was superb, the fish plentiful, the sun warm, and the fun endless. They thought Fort Myers beach was pretty cool. After three weeks here on the beach they wound up with an idea.  They bought property at the end of Delmar, built four luxury homes, complete with elevators, three bedrooms, two car garages, and balconies for enjoying the breeze, and then they furnished them ready to move into with everything a vacationer would want. Then they built a pool, rebuilt the commercial docks, and they called their piece of paradise "Dock of the Bay".

Mike and David could not stay here in Fort Myers all year round; they still had businesses to run up North. They figured most of their friends couldn't either. So here was their idea: They decided to put together a "Buy with Partners Plan" that would enable vacationers to own a vacation in Fort Myers Beach.

The four residences at Dock of the Bay are now unique fractional vacation homes just a block away from the beach. Mike and David built these unique fractional properties on the Bay comprising the "inland waterway" were determined to build first class family residences that would feel like home. Each beach house has its own tropical style of very high-end furniture and fixtures with large flowing decks and a view of the pool clubhouse and the waterway.

The really cool thing about these homes is you can buy just a fraction of each house, (and we have done all the paperwork!).  Buy as small as 1/26, or buy one half; or buy the entire home!  We would like to give you the opportunity to learn about Dock of the Bay and fractional ownership and what advantage fractional ownership has for you and for your friends and associates.

 

www.dockofthebayftmyersbeach.com

Comment balloon 1 commentGregg Fous • August 07 2008 07:16AM

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Excellent way to present this unique property. I can remember being on Guam during Vietnam and listening to Otis Redding, over and over and over. It was kind of a theme song to us.

Posted by Fred Chamberlin, Oak Harbor/Whidbeynulls, #1 Experienced FHA Mortgage Consultant (Guild Mortgage Co - Oak Harbor WA) about 11 years ago

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