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Found 3 blog entries for June 2013.

As a boater I am always looking for places to keep my boat, ideally, it would be nice to have a waterfront property with my boat docked right outside my home, but I have another hobby, horses, so sadly, I have found that horses and boats do not mix.  However, that never stops me from taking the opportunity to look at waterfront homes in Naples any chance I get.  There are a good many homes in Naples that are advertised as having water access, but the type of water access is extremely important and often overlooked.  If you have a large boat, then you are probably well aware of the type of dock and the water levels you need to maneuver your boat successfully without causing any damage to its hull. 

But, if you are thinking of buying a waterfront home,…

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After a slump in the economy, Naples is now back into the swing with new construction popping up everywhere, it seems that at every turn there is a new community raising its head.  North Naples and particularly the area north of Immokalee Road, is really humming, once thought of as too far out, with the growth of Naples, this area is now actually in the middle of everything.  The Esplanade Golf and Country Club is under construction, I know because I pass it every morning on my way to work.   

The Esplanade Golf and Country Club is going for the Tuscan Style with barrel roofs and a distinctly Mediterranean feel, which is increasingly popular, giving a warmth and welcoming feel.  Located only around 3 miles east of the I75, there are to be a total of…

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During the hot humid summer months here in Florida, we often come across mold issues in homes.  In fact, one of the tests that are carried out in our homes is a mold test, the main cause of mold is humidity.  So it is extremely important to make sure that the humidity is controlled. Not just to save the sale of your home, but also to safeguard against health issues, mold can cause watery eyes, sore throats and more serious ailments such as asthma, particularly in children.  

It's important to be aware of the humidity levels in your home and to know what to do about them.  One way to control humidity is to use a dehumidifier, there are relatively cheap to run, they simply pull the water out of the air, if you have a free-standing one, you will need to…

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