From its size and location to its offerings, Marco Island is definitely unique. It all starts with its design.
1. The two sides of the island
Marco Island is essentially a small man-made island. It’s possible to walk or ride your bike to many locations. The island is made up of a north side and a south side. Both allow residents to easily get out on the water. The south side of the island is made up of some smaller islands, while the north side offers more marinas and restaurants t... Read More
Already popular for their beaches, shopping, cultural attractions and entertainment options, it seems Marco Island and Naples are also among Florida’s safest cities. Both locations recently ranked high on a number of lists comparing the safest cities in the Sunshine State.
According to an analysis by the National Council for Home Safety and Security, Marco Island comes in at number three in terms of “The Safest Cities in Florida” for 2019. Right behind it is Naples in the number four ... Read More
Capitalizing on the exquisite natural beauty of the area, Marco Island definitely comes out on top when it comes to some of Florida’s best beaches. In fact, the area was just named on a new list of “The 7 Best Beaches in Florida”.
That’s according to TheStreet, a business and investment website. TheStreet easily puts Marco Island on its list of Florida’s top beaches, noted as a “sunset-lover’s dream come true”.
Just a short drive over the bridge from nearby Naples, Marco Island is t... Read More
The secret is out when it comes to Southwest Florida, in particular investing in Marco Island. The location just ranked near the top when it comes to the best places to invest in rental properties.
According to Vacasa, a vacation home rental management company, Florida easily dominates the list of top ranking vacation home communities. More than one-third of its highest-ranking communities are in Florida, with Marco Island coming in at number 12 on the list.
Vacasa came up with its ... Read More
The sun has set on a controversial merger that would have joined the Marco Island Area Association of Realtors (MIAAOR)with the Naples Area Board of Realtors (NABOR) . MIAAOR board members recently received an email proclaiming a proposed merger between the two organizations is no longer in the works.
If the merger had gone through, members would have had access to a single MLS system, including more than 18,000 listings. As for future home sellers and homebuyers, it could also have m... Read More