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February 17, 2017

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Real Edge Real Estate Brokerage to hold Home Buyers Fair Saturday

Real Edge Real Estate Brokerage in Cape Coral will be holding a Home Buyers Fair this Saturday, Feb. 18, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the company office at 1113 S.E. 47th Terrace, unit 7, on the corner of Vincennes Boulevard, in South Cape. The company will be doing on-site pre-qualifications and agents will be on hand to answer any questions potential buyers might have about the home-buying process.

Real Edge Real Estate Brokerage opened this past September and has several experienced agents, according to manager Valerie Busic.

For more information about the Home Buyers Fair or the agency, call 239-540-6242, fax 239-540-6244 or visit www.facebook.com/RealEdgeCapeCoral

Creekside Preserve offers specials on move-in ready homes

Creekside Preserve in south Fort Myers is offering special pricing on quick move-in homes now through April. D.R. Horton's Southwest Florida division has started construction in its final phase of new homes for sale in the gated community, which is more than 70-percent sold out.

Residents recently welcomed news of lower HOA fees for 2017, which supports a maintenance-free lifestyle at Creekside Preserve, plus amenities like the heated resort-style pool. Other amenities include a clubhouse, fitness center and social room.

Nestled between Estero Bay Nature Preserve and historic Mullock Creek, Creekside Preserve offers homesites that feature open views of the lake with its fountain that is lit at night. Other homesites are situated on preserves, offering privacy and wildlife viewing opportunities.

Creekside Preserve is now offering tours of two professionally decorated models, with 1,402 and 1,661 square feet of living space, two or three bedrooms, two baths, a den and a one-car garage.

Every carriage home in Creekside Preserve is an end corner unit, with only four homes per building to enhance privacy, natural light and the stunning views. These well-built homes feature all-concrete block construction with pre-cast concrete slabs between the first and second floors.

For more information or to schedule a tour of Creekside Preserve, contact sales agent Lisa Stamm-Buchman at (239) 313-8854.

Founded in 1978 in Fort Worth, Texas, D.R. Horton has operations in 78 markets in 26 states in the East, Midwest, Southeast, South Central, Southwest and West regions of the United States. For more information, visit at www.drhorton.com/swfla.

Lee County Community Development issues January permit report

During January, contractors pulled 134 permits to build single-family houses collectively valued at about $29.5 million in unincorporated Lee County. That compares to 85 permits issued in December 2016 and 107 issued in January 2016, according to the Lee County Department of Com-munity Development.

Also during January, six multi-family units valued at about $768,000 were permitted, compared to 12 units in December 2016 and 14 units in January 2016.

General commercial activity was valued at about $9.6 million for 33 permits, compared to about $4.1 million in December 2016 and about $8.8 million in January 2016.

Lee County Community Develop-ment issued 3,920 permits of all kinds in January.

Lee County Community Develop-ment oversees planning, zoning, development and building services, environmental review, building inspection, and code enforcement for the unincorporated areas of Lee County.

To learn more about the Community Development department and its services, visit www.leegov.com/dcd/.

Suffolk Construction employees volunteer at Community Cooperative

A dozen Suffolk Construction Southwest Florida team members recently volunteered their time at Community Cooperative in Fort Myers preparing food for the hungry and homeless in the organization's Everyday Cafe and for its Meals on Wheels program, as well as cleaning in the kitchens, wrapping holiday gifts for local families in need and landscaping exterior areas.

The mission of Community Coop-erative is to eliminate hunger and homelessness in Lee County while simultaneously inspiring and supporting sustained positive change in its clients by delivering innovative food, education and social service programs. It provides more than 15,000 meals each month through several programs, including Meals on Wheels, offer comprehensive homeless series through United Way and provide employment and financial skill classes to help achieve positive life changes.

Since opening its Florida office in 1994, Suffolk Construction has become one of the largest construction management firms in the state. Suffolk provides preconstruction, construction management, design-build, and general contracting services to clients in the health care, transportation, science and technology, education, federal government and commercial sectors.

For additional information about Suffolk Construction Company, visit www.suffolk.com and/or follow Suffolk on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Flickr, YouTube and Instagram.

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