We Buy Houses in Bonita Springs

In Any Condition – Price Range – Or Location
Sell Your Bonita Springs, Florida House Quickly For CASH and without hassle or obligations.  PROMISE!


If you are on this site, obviously you have a Bonita Springs real estate for sale you want or need to sell quickly because of the stress of burden it’s causing or you just want to “be done” with a property.

We are currently looking to buy houses with cash in the Bonita Springs area including all of Lee County and since we can pay with cash, we are able to close very quickly or simply on your time frame.  We are the local We Buy Houses Bonita Springs that gives you an all cash offer but more importantly treat you FAIR.

If you want to sell your Bonita Springs house… we’re ready to give you a fair all-cash offer.

Working out a deal is creating a WIN WIN for you and us.  By the way… we don’t want to list your home, we want to BUY real estate property here in South Florida, both residential houses or apartments.

We Buy Houses in all Lee County including Bonita Springs – in any condition… as-is… NO TRICKS OR GIMMICKS

The History of Bonita Springs

Bonita Springs started to show life around 1870 when surveyors from the government set up a small camp near a medicinal spring, which was believed that the local Indians used for its healing powers.  Government officials named this area Survey, and the spring was named Surveyor’s Creek.  From the late 1870s until the early 1900s, this land was developed and laid home to pineapple, banana, and coconut plantations.

In the 1920s, Barron Collier further expanded his growing empire northward, bringing another land boom to Southwest Florida.  Schools, churches, and small town streets were forming, attracting more and more settlers along the new Tamiami Trail.   Bonita Springs got its name from the acquiring Fiddler-ville, a beach covered with millions of tiny fiddler crabs.

Bonita Springs is located just north of Naples, and south of Estero.  Bonita Beach Road cuts the town in half, and I-75 and U.S. 41 outline its boundaries.  Bonita is home to many old-style Florida homes, but in recent years has exploded with shopping, entertainment, and sports facilities.  One of the biggest attractions for locals in Bonita is Dog Beach, located near Lovers Key State Park.