A Custom-Built Home Like No Other With a 30’ by 80’ Building in the Back

Welcome to 257 14th Street Southeast

I see a lot of homes as a REALTOR® and so many look the same. You will not find that here with this custom-built home! Everything about this home is unique and I find something new that I love about it every time I visit.

257 14th Street SE (view the listing) features three bedrooms and two full baths. All of the windows are impact glass and there is a very pricey metal roof that will last for years! As you enter the property through the gated entrance, you’ll drive up the long, paved driveway with ample parking to the home. The home is surrounded by a very quaint picket fence that is perfect for buyers that have dogs. Step up a couple of steps to the porch and enter through the impact front door. How great is a front porch!

The very first thing you will notice as you step through the door is how wide-open this floor plan is. The country kitchen and dining room are to your left with the family room directly in front. The home’s split floor plan is great for buyers that have guests or children as the master bedroom is on one side of the home and the two guest bedrooms are on the other. The entire home has porcelain plank tile that looks like a wood floor but without the maintenance. It complements the colors of the home perfectly.

One of my very favorite aspects of this home is the country kitchen. All of the features come together to make a gorgeous room such as the subway tile backsplash, oversized pantry, Whirlpool appliances, stainless steel vent hood, and clay farm sink. There’s a large kitchen island that was custom built with power in the middle to use as additional prep space. Just off of the kitchen is a laundry room (8′ by 17′) with lots of shelving for a kitchen pantry. It is absolutely a stunning kitchen.

Remember when I mentioned the home had upgrades that make it feel so great? The family room has one of my favorites. This custom-built stone feature holds the flat-screen TV and has a mantle and electric fireplace built in. The room is large and can hold a sectional, recliners, etc. with room to spare.

Enter the large master bedroom and you’ll see a wood accent wall that looks so great with the tile flooring. Yes, the room will accommodate your king-sized bed and have room to spare! The master bathroom is as great as you’re expecting. There are two separate vanities, two walk-in closets, glass enclosed shower, and a separate water closet.

Now, the part you’ve been waiting for… the 30′ by 80′ metal building with three large bays (12′ by 12′ doors) and two man doors. The owner of the home likes to fix up classic cars and this building is his pride and joy! There is electric to the building plus an air conditioned office! This incredible upgrade to the property is perfect as a garage, a workshop, storage or more. With such high ceilings, it would be very easy to add lots of vertical shelving. The building was built on a heavy-duty concrete slab.

What’s so great about 257 14th Street SE?

Everything! I love that the owners designed the home on their own and then hired a custom builder to make their dreams a reality. They decided early on that this home would have numerous upgrades and great features to make it stand out. Here are some of those features and benefits:

  • No HOA fees or HOA rules
  • A 30′ by 80′ building with electric, water, an air conditioned office and three 12′ x 12′ roll up doors
  • A long-lasting metal roof on the home
  • Impact glass windows and doors for hurricane protection and insurance savings
  • Whole-home reverse osmosis system plus a water softener for the purest water imaginable
  • Fully upgraded appliance package for the kitchen
  • Home sits 240′ back from the road on a 660′ deep lot
  • Gated entrance and paved driveway
  • Fencing for pets
  • Shiplap walls in the family room

Want to see 257 14th Street SE in person?

Call or text me at (239) 248-8171 or send me an email at chris@listingnaples.com. We can tour the home on your schedule so you can see the upgrades in person.

Highly upgraded home for sale in Golden Gate Estates

279 14th Street SE For Sale

This three bedroom with den, two bath home at 279 14th Street SE is gorgeous both inside and out. As you pull through the gated entrance and up the long, paved driveway, you’ll see two great features right away–the two-car attached garage and the upgraded metal roof. What you may not initially notice is that the home is set back 250 feet from the street. That gives you a huge front yard that is irrigated and cleared. You also have a huge back yard as the lot is 660 feet deep! A newly installed fence between the home and back yard make it perfect for adding a shed, additional garage, etc. without obstructing great views from the home. You don’t have to worry about your animals here because there is a fenced area for them to run.

There is an oversized pool in the back surrounded by a huge, screed lanai with a large covered area (not pictured) that is great for entertaining. The covered area has a sun shade, room for a large table and there is water and electric for a large outdoor kitchen. The pool has a sun shelf with ankle-deep waters where you can put chairs in to relax or have for your little ones to enjoy.

When you walk inside the home, you’re greeted by a wide open floor plan with your family room and kitchen together and high vaulted ceilings. What I love about the kitchen is the beautiful island that has a flat granite surface that is so large that you can fit four chairs and use for a breakfast bar. There are upgraded stainless steel appliances, plentiful oversized cabinets with plant shelves and even a walk-in pantry for additional storage. If you want a more formal dining experience, there is an area just off of the kitchen that is large enough for your dining room table.

There are “split bedrooms” in this home which simply means the guest bedrooms are on one side of the home and the master bedroom is on the other for optimal privacy for both you and your visitors or family. You have to see this master bedroom and bath! The master bedroom is huge! There’s a lot of space for king-sized beds and large furniture and the room will still feel large and open. There’s a tray ceiling and its own sliding glass doors that lead to the pool and lanai.

As great as the master bedroom is, it’s time to see the master bathroom. Enter into the master bath and the first item you’ll see is an elegant soaking tub. Just behind it is the walkthrough shower with gorgeous tile work and multiple shower heads. There is a long double vanity with the beautiful granite counters, matching cabinetry to the kitchen, and an expansive mirror. There’s a lot of light in this room as well.

What do I love so much about this house?

What’s not to like here? The lot is a spacious 2.5 acres. The home is greatly upgraded. There’s a fantastic pool and so much more. In fact, we have to make a special list just to show all of the upgrades.

  • No HOA fees or HOA rules
  • 3 bedrooms, a den, 2 bathrooms and 2,209 square feet under air
  • 2.5 Acres with room for a huge extra garage, workshop, office or even horses
  • Whole home reverse osmosis system for the cleanest water possible
  • Fully paved driveway
  • Split floor plan for privacy
  • Soaring vaulted ceilings
  • Master bath with dual vanities, soaking tub and walkthrough shower
  • Huge swimming pool
  • Large den with french doors that make for a great office or child’s play room
  • Lanai able to accommodate a very large dining table
  • Cleared area in the back with privacy fence that can be used for many things
  • Outdoor kitchen ready to go

The fact is, there are a lot of homes for sale at any given time in Golden Gate Estates yet hardly any will have the features and benefits that this upgraded home has.

Want to see this home in person?

Call or text me at (239) 248-8171 or send me an email at chris@listingnaples.com. We can tour the home on your schedule so you can see the upgrades in person.

A brand new home full of upgrades and listed at a great price

The Basics

Located at 2187 Cara Cara Way in Naples, Florida, this Amalfi Model features 4 bedrooms with one bedroom downstairs. There is a very spacious den that can also be used as a formal dining area. There are 3 full baths, a 2 car garage and 2,529 square feet under air.

The Upgrades

In only 2 short months, the owners have added $40,000 in upgrades that have completely transformed this already beautiful home. My favorite is the custom woodwork. You can see the beautiful wainscoting in the picture below of the den looking out to the entryway. It looks incredible against the porcelain plank tile floor and gorgeous interior paint.

So many other homes you see will have the TV sitting on a piece of furniture or crudely mounted on the wall with the cords dangling down. That’s a huge pet peeve of mine when I’m showing property. You won’t see that here! The family room features a custom-built wall with shelving and an electric fireplace.

The Full List

There are so many upgrades to mention!

  • Granite in all bathrooms
  • White cabinet upgrade
  • Higher grade porcelain plank tile flooring
  • Fully fenced back yard
  • Entertainment unit in the family room
  • Upgraded lighting in family room
  • Epoxy garage floor
  • Wainscoting
  • Built-in storage in the garage
  • Dining room/den accent wall
  • Upgraded kitchen island (with plank woodwork)
  • New interior paint
  • Bedroom ceiling fans
  • Programmable keypad front door look

The Kitchen

The kitchen’s centerpiece is a spacious island that affords a lot of prep space but also acts as a breakfast bar. There’s even custom woodwork on the island! The sellers paid for upgraded white cabinetry and there is a large pantry for storage. Finally, there is a great appliance package featuring high-end stainless-steel appliances.

The huge upstairs loft

When you go upstairs, you’ll immediately see an absolutely humongous loft that works so well as an office or a children’s playroom. It’s wired for cable television and can be used in so many different ways.

The Back Yard

Step outside and you’ll see a brand new fence that the owners have added. Have a dog? Great! You don’t have to worry about them! Children that want to play in the yard? No problem there either! The fence was very expensive but a really great upgrade to the home.

Orange Blossom Ranch

Orange Blossom Ranch is a gated, highly amenitized neighborhood located off of Oil Well Road in Naples, Florida. There are two swimming pools, a children’s splash pad, tennis, pickleball, basketball, a playground, fitness center, pool bar and more.

Despite so many amenities, the HOA fees are extremely low at only $658 per quarter!

The kid’s pool features a splash pad and sloped entry for safety.

Wrapping Up 2187 Cara Cara Way

This home is tough to beat. Other Amalfi model homes have sold around the same price without the upgrades you’ve seen above. When you visit this home for a showing, be sure to stop by the amenity center (walking distance to the home) and check out all the neighborhood has to offer. When you look at the amenities, the home and the upgrades, there is no doubt that this home has so much more value than the asking price!

Want to tour this home in person?

Give me a call or text at (239) 248-8171 or email me to schedule a private showing.

Ever seen a snake eat a spider? I have here in Naples, Florida and here’s the video!

As you probably know, I’m a REALTOR® here in Naples, Florida so most of my posts are about real estate listings and advice for buyers and sellers. Not this one. Nope. This post is about something I never knew could happen.

It’s no secret that Naples, Florida is home to some incredible animals! When I came to Naples in 1997, I was really excited when I saw my first alligator in the wild but that was just scratching the surface. I’ve seen sharks in the Gulf of Mexico, armadillos, coyotes, a bear, a bobcat and even a Florida panther.

But, nothing could have prepared me for this…

I saw a spider eating a snake. You read that right.

There is a boardwalk at Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary that goes for 2.25 miles and takes you through a variety of different ecosystems. While walking through the bald cypress forest, I came across this spider on the side of a tree, a little ways up from the water below. He had this snake in his grasp and was pulling it past his fangs bit by bit. It was such a lucky find and something I’ll never forget.

IMG_0084 from Chris Farrugia on Vimeo.

If you’re looking for a great activity that really is fun for all ages, it is worth the drive to Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. You can walk the boardwalk on your own or take one of their guided tours.

Admission Pricing (as of 7/12/2022)

  • General admission: $17
  • Full-time college student (with valid school ID): $10
  • Children 6 to 14: $6
  • Children under six: FREE
  • Friends of Corkscrew members: FREE
  • Members of the US Military (with ID): $14
  • National Audubon Members (with ID): $14

Getting to Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary

The sanctuary is located at 375 Sanctuary Rd W, Naples, FL 34120. It’s a straight shot east on Immokalee Road, past the fairgrounds and out a little ways from there.

More Information

If you’d like to read more about Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary before you visit, they have a very informative website.

Should I list my home at a price ending in 999 or use an even price?

This debate has been going on for years but there is only one correct and logical answer.

Real estate sellers often want to take $1 off of the price of their home to make it look better. So, you’ll see homes priced at $399,999 instead of $400,000. Well, which one is better? After all, $400,000 sounds like a lot of money!

To illustrate why prices ending in 999 are incorrect, let’s look at a call I received today. One of my buyers called and asked me to modify her real estate search. She said to make the minimum $850,000 and the maximum $1,300,000. Right this second, there are 47 homes on the MLS selling between $849,000 and $849,999 and she’s going to miss seeing every single one of them! 47 sellers have made a mistake that will cost them buyers!

Even sites like Realtor.com allow for a range of prices to be put in (see the screenshot). Who is going to put in $849,000 as their minimum. You can bet your bottom dollar that people will put in $850,000 even as the minimum.

Who knew $1 could cost you so much!

So there you have it! Don’t miss buyers over $1! When you list your home, keep that number round and you’ll get some extra traffic.

You have to see this updated new listing in Waterways

This is a pretty special new listing for a number of reasons in the community of Waterways of Naples. The owners have taken care of the home incredibly well and have done a number of upgrades that make this property a cut above the competition. It is located at 3385 Mystic River Drive and you can see the full listing here. It is offed either furnished or not.

The Basics

  • 4 bedrooms, 2 baths
  • 2,249 square feet under air and 4,291 square feet total
  • Saltwater swimming pool
  • Premium lot directly on the main Waterways lake
  • 2 car attached garage
  • Fenced back and side yard
  • Accordion shutters on the lanai

The Roof

So many homes still have their original roof but the roof at 3385 Mystic River Drive has been replaced after Hurricane Irma. Tile roofs can costs tens of thousands of dollars but you will not have to worry about replacing a roof for years to come.

Upgrades and Updating

There are quite a few upgrades that have been added to this home so here is the summary list:

  • New porcelain tile flooring
  • The interior and exterior have both been recently repainted
  • New hot water heater
  • Impact garage door
  • Both bathrooms fully remodeled
  • Kitchen counters and backsplash updated
  • New ceiling fans and lighting throughout
  • New saltwater pool chlorinator

Inside the Home – Upgrades are everywhere

The first thing you notice as you enter this home is the beautiful porcelain plank tile and how great it looks against the neutral tones of the freshly painted interior. Then, looking straight ahead gives you a great view of the main Waterways lake and the saltwater pool through the sliding glass doors. There are other little details like the crown moulding and new light fixtures that just make this feel a step above the other properties you may see at the same price.

One of the things I noticed and loved right away the first time I saw the home was the wainscoting in the dining room. I see so many homes where they’re empty and the walls are just bare, textured walls from floor to ceiling. I’m a sucker for wainscoting anyway but this was really well done.

The kitchen is to the right and has some really nice white cabinetry but the real stars are the counter and backsplash. The counter is epoxy and has these grey veins that look great against the tile backsplash. Plus, look at the beautiful light fixtures! There are newer stainless steel appliances as you’d expect and there’s a deep kitchen sink as well. The kitchen also has bar seating for three for casual meals.

The family room has surround sound speakers that the seller will leave for the buyer and the room has plenty of space for a sectional sofa. The wall mount stays so you can easily hang your television without the wires hanging down. This one is done right! There are sliders that lead outside to the saltwater pool as well.

I really love the master bedroom pictured above. There is a beautiful tray ceiling and you get lots of natural light from the sliders that lead to the pool & lanai. The picture doesn’t do it justice since it was taken from in the room and doesn’t show the full size of the master bedroom. But, have a look at that master bath!

I mentioned before that both bathrooms were remodeled. Well, take a look at the master bath! There’s a soaking tub and separate glass-enclosed shower. Of course there are dual vanities with lots of storage as well as an enormous, framed mirror.

Outside the Home – Pool, Lanai, Pergola and Lake

We have to start with the open-air saltwater pool. It’s a really good-sized pool and overlooks the huge lake. There’s a non-slip surface too that is easily maintained or cleaned.

The best part about the pool deck though is that the portion that is covered/shaded is huge and ready for entertaining. It is wired for cable so you can put a nice TV out there and enjoy it from the pool! It’s worth mentioning too that the lanai is protected with accordion shutters for hurricane protection.

If you’re ready to entertain or just relax by the lake, you’ll love the covered pergola. It sits right near the pool and is awesome for relaxing on cool Florida evenings. There’s a fire pit that comes with it as well. If I lived here, I’d be out at that pergola quite a bit!

See the canoe and boat to the left of the picture above? Those are included in the sale so you can really enjoy the lake. Waterways of Naples allows boats with electric motors so you can cruise around and fish for bass at your leisure. Just slide them into the water and off you go!

Final Thoughts on 3385 Mystic River Drive

There are a lot of great features that I just couldn’t fit into the article. For instance, did you know the full backyard and side yard are fenced in for your pets? There are so many of those little things that make this house stand out amongst the competition. You’re buying a house with a brand new roof that you won’t have to worry about, the painting has been done, the remodeling is complete, and you’re in one of the best neighborhoods in the area with great amenities. Top-rated schools are walking distance from the home and did you know there is a boat and RV storage lot so you can live in the neighborhood and have your toys close by for a low rental fee?

You need to see this one in person! Please feel free to contact Laney Farrugia or I to set up a private showing.

We can also be reached by phone or text at (239) 248-8171.

What do I do all day? Here’s what I do all day as a Realtor®

It seems like every person you meet in Naples is a Realtor® or knows someone that is. In fact, Florida Realtors® says that our local board has over 6,000 members! With that many people competing for their piece of the pie, I have no choice but to work incredibly hard every single day for my customers and earn their future business and referrals. So, how do I do that?

Monitor our #1 source of business

My wife and I founded the Naples, FL group on Facebook with nearly 60,000 members so that is a great source of business for us. My mornings always begin with me moderating that group and keeping it a welcoming and helpful asset to our members. Please join if you haven’t already!

Dive into the MLS

The MLS is my next stop. I look at the hot sheets (a report showing new/changed listings) to try and find properties for my buyer customers or see what new competition there is that could affect my sellers. I’ll then scour the MLS for listings that may work for my buyers that may not have showed up in their saved searches because perhaps only one of the criteria is different.

Advertise our listings

Next up, I set up (or monitor existing) advertising for my listings and track the performance of those ads. I can tell you with 100% certainty that most Realtors® put their listings on the MLS and simply wait for someone to come along and make an offer. I find this incredibly offensive. Customers pay good money to have their agent sell their home and deserve to have someone actively selling and searching for buyers. This generates a lot of leads for me to contact so that’s an ongoing daily activity.

Send out hundreds of letters

Since the market is so competitive and there isn’t much inventory at the moment, I usually have a mailing project going. I often send letters to every single homeowner in neighborhoods where my buyers want to be in order to find off-market property. Right now, I have a mailing going to Tuscany Cove in North Naples.

Keep in touch with everybody

I spend an awful lot of time in my Customer Relationship Management software following up with current customers, checking on future customers and reaching out to past customers to make sure everyone has their unique needs met. This benefits my sellers and buyers too as I can sometimes find a match that meets their needs.

Go on appointments

I often have appointments scattered throughout the day as well. Sometimes I’m touring properties with my buyer customers. Other times I’m sitting at future sellers’ dining room tables discussing the specific steps I will take to sell their home and hopefully earn their business.

Compare notes with my wife

Almost daily, my wife and I discuss our team (we sit 8 feet apart in our office!). We discuss what we could do better, what additional steps we could do to get our listings sold, and discuss the challenges we have with finding homes for our buyers. By discussing every facet of our business throughout the day, we’re able to achieve our goal of constant improvement and learn from each other which benefits our clients.
Those are the main areas of focus each day. There are a lot of other things below that pop up as well.

Other tasks along the way

  • Respond to emails and calls from clients, mortgage brokers, title companies and lawyers and anybody else that needs my assistance.
  • Attend closings. Yes, I go to every single one.
  • Write listing descriptions that showcase the unique features and benefits of our clients’ homes to encourage potential buyers to see them.
  • Hold open houses for my seller clients or work on marketing material to disseminate at the open house.
  • Attend inspections. It’s surprising how frequently the other agent isn’t there on behalf of their customer. Here’s why I attend every inspection .
  • Write blog articles that hopefully help buyers and sellers stay informed on various topics.
  • Create packets to give to appraisers to give them the information they need to give an accurate appraisal on my sellers’ homes.
  • Tour listings and do FaceTime showings for my buyer clients up north.
  • Handle necessary paperwork that is needed for a closing.
  • Attend trainings on topics that will make me a better Realtor® for my customers.
  • Write this newsletter!

These activities above keep me awfully busy but I’m never too busy to have a chat and answer your questions.

Want to discuss this further or talk about buying or selling? Give me a call at (239) 248-8171 or email me.

You are Being Watched! Is it ok for Sellers to Have Cameras on During Showings?

You’re being watched. At least that is what you should assume when you go to see properties these days. With the low cost of high-quality security cameras, it isn’t uncommon for sellers to record potential buyers as they tour the home. Plus, when you walk in or out of the home you will likely pass a Ring doorbell that is recording both video and audio! It’s all perfectly legal (it’s their home after all!).

I give my buyers a quick talk about how they shouldn’t say anything they don’t want the sellers to hear when we’re seeing their home. However, I still have buyers that have said things like, “This home is perfect” as they walk past the doorbell on their way out. That comment could cost a buyer thousands of dollars when it’s time to negotiate an offer.

When you’re looking for a new home and doing your tours, here are some general guidelines to follow:

  • Do not discuss price! You don’t want to say the price is too high or too low as both could hurt you in negotiations.
  • Don’t talk about how great the home is!
  • Don’t talk about how bad the home is either. If the sellers are listening, we don’t want to offend them.
  • Leave the home in the same condition it was in when you entered.

That’s it, friends! We’ve reached a point where so many sellers are going to have recording devices in their home and it will only become more common. Be careful out there!

How to find childcare or daycare in Naples

Get on every waiting list you can while you decide

This is without a doubt step one to finding childcare in Naples. Nearly every daycare will have a waiting list and you don’t want someone else to beat you to an opening. Sure, you’ll have to make some phone calls and apologize for removing yourself from a number of lists later but you need to be on the lists early.

Check with the local schools

Once you know the part of town where you’ll be moving, reach out to the local school to see what their childcare options are. I also recommend joining the school’s Facebook group (if they have one) and ask other parents for recommendations. Ask around and you may uncover a great option.

Ask around to find an in-home provider

In-home providers are a mixed bag—some love them while others hate them. If you’re looking for traditional daycare and are running out of luck, this could be a great option. You will have to ask a lot of questions! Are they CPR trained? Is the in-home daycare in its own space or shared family space? Are they insured? Do your due diligence and see if this could be an option for you.

Hire (or share) a nanny

It may be cost-prohibitive to hire a nanny but it is worth looking into. Some come from abroad and you may be able to sponsor them and save some money. Hiring a nanny will bring a new person into your home so you’ll have to decide if you need a larger home now to accommodate that extra person.

Another option is to share a nanny. More than one family will have access to the nanny so ensure the nanny isn’t taking on more than he or she can handle.

Look for out-of-the-box ways to get child care

I recently heard a story about 5 Naples moms that watch each other’s kids in their homes in a very structured, almost businesslike way. Each mom takes a day of the week and watches all of the kids from their group so the other 4 moms can work. That gives you 4 full days to work or do what you need to do while your child is in competent hands.

Look at your family for opportunities

You may have family members that could use some extra spending money (retired grandparents maybe?) and this could be a win-win. Ask your family members and you may uncover a good option!

How to be a “Cash” buyer but still get a mortgage to buy a home

In a real estate market as competitive as ours is here in Naples, Florida, we sometimes have to pull some tricks out of our sleeve to get offers accepted. We all know that “cash is king” and when faced with similar cash and financing offers, sellers will almost always choose the cash offer. If you need to get financing, how in the world can you compete with someone paying cash?

The answer is simple… make your offer a cash offer and get financing behind the scenes. The fear here is that if the financing doesn’t go through, you’ll lose your good faith escrow deposits. We can almost guarantee that won’t happen though.

When we write an offer on the Naples contract, there is an area where we can check off if the offer is contingent on being approved for financings (and so we get our deposits back if it doesn’t go through) or it is cash with no contingencies. Here is how the cash portion reads:

METHOD OF PAYMENT – CASH/FINANCING WITHOUT CONTINGENCY: BUYER will pay cash, but may obtain a loan for the purchase of the Property; however there is no financing contingency. If BUYER elects to finance BUYER’s purchase of the Property through a creditor/lender, BUYER shall be required to timely perform all BUYER’s obligations under the Contract and to close on the Closing Date, notwithstanding any terms and conditions imposed by BUYER’s creditor/lender and/or any applicable disclosure, delivery and compliance requirements of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Integrated Mortgage Disclosure Rule (“CFPB Rule”)

This is a bit scary—if you can’t get financing by the closing date, you’ll likely be out your deposits. However, we can work around that.

The answer is simple. Have your lender do more than just write a pre-qualifiaction or pre-approval. Get fully approved by the lender’s underwriting department before you make the offer on a home. A good lender can get you nearly guaranteed to get a mortgage so you can waive your financing contingency without fear of financing not going through. Now, you’re competing on the same level as the cash buyers for your next property!

How could this go wrong?

It can go wrong without proper guidance. One of the most common ways loan applications are declined is when something changes. What if you lose your job before closing? What if you finance a new car, furniture, etc. and your debt-to-income ratio changes? These are all things that can and do happen most are easily avoidable.

Would I do it if I were a buyer?

Heck yes! First of all, it eliminates a lot of doubt and worry but more importantly, it would let me compete with the folks bringing cash. I would just be absolutely certain to not let anything happen between the time I applied and the time I close on my new home.

Who should I speak with to get approved?

Give me a call or text at (239) 248-8171 and let’s discuss some options. You can also email me at chris@listingnaples.com.