We Buy Houses in North Fort Myers
In Any Condition – Price Range – Or Location
Sell Your North Fort Myers, Florida House Quickly For CASH and without hassle or obligations. PROMISE!
If you are on this site, obviously you have a North Fort Myers 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 North Fort Myers 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 North Fort Myers that gives you an all cash offer but more importantly treat you FAIR.
If you want to sell your North Fort Myers 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 North Fort Myers – in any condition… as-is… NO TRICKS OR GIMMICKS
History of North Fort Myers
North Fort Myers was made famous by a Spanish Naval officer, turned Pirate in the late 1700’s. Jose Gaspar, aka Gasparilla, was ordered to be arrested by King Charles III for the accusation of stealing the Crown Jewels. Before his arrest, Gasparilla commandeered a ship named Floridablanca and sailed to Florida’s Gulf coast, making landfall in Charlotte Harbor, which is known today as North Fort Myers. Angered at the false accusations, Gasparilla made it a vow to plunder any ship that flew the Spanish flag. For over 40 years, Gasparilla held the Gulf coast captive, raining over waters from Fort Myers to Cuba. In the 1820s, Gasparilla was tired and ready to retire, however he saw a British merchant ship pass through his waters. Gasparilla couldn’t resist and gathered his crew, and just as they approached the British ship, they realized it was a trap set by the Americans. The warship- USS Enterprise was the ship in disguise, and made quick work of the Floridablanca, sinking the ship and taking down Gasparilla for good. The remaining crew of Gasparilla, saw the exchange and promptly ran away, taking all of the stole treasures they accumulated. The men buried ten treasure chests around North Fort Myers, where they remain undiscovered to this day.
North Fort Myers was originally a collection of small settlements which pioneers were attracted to because of their proximity to the pristine and heavily wooded wilderness north of the Caloosahatchee. Some of the names North Fort Myers has had include; Samville, New Prospect, Bayshore, Cabana City, and even Woodrow (for Woodrow B. Wilson). Only 50 people lived in North Fort Myers in the early 1900s, but the area was a central location for milling activities coming from old-world strands of pine trees brought in from eastern Lee County.