Moody River Estates
3050 Moody River Blvd, North Fort Myers, FL 33903
Monday - Friday, 8:00- 5:00 pm
Office Phone Number
This week there are 44 homes in Moody River Estates on the market ranging from $174,900 to $459,000.
Four homes went under contract this week alone, call me for more information.
The Homeowner Association (HOA) fees include lawn maintenance, irrigation, pest control, tennis courts, a full basketball court, community boat ramp, basic cable, Internet, maintenance of all common areas and security gate.
The Moody River Estates amenities include:
2 Community Pools
2 Tennis Courts
A Fitness Center and Aerobics Room
A Billiards Room
A Basketball Court
Access to the Caloosahatchee River and the Gulf of Mexico
The next board meeting will be on
March 14, 2019 @ 6:00pm at the Clubhouse at Moody River Estates, the address is 3050 Moody River Blvd, North Fort Myers, Florida 33903
|Becoming a Home Maintenance Pro: Tips for Homeowners|
By Dixie Somers
|Many homeowners don’t think about home maintenance until something breaks, but that’s not the best way to take care of your home. Whether you’re a new homeowner or have been settled for years, it’s never too late to cultivate some home maintenance habits. Here are three tips to help you protect your investment and keep your property in good shape for years to come: |
Create and Follow a Home Maintenance Schedule
A good place to start is by following a home maintenance schedule. Just as your car needs to have an oil change, your home and yard will need some regular maintenance. Home maintenance schedule apps such as HomeZada and Centriq are an easy way to get yourself on track.
You’ll need to mow your lawn, clean your gutters and perhaps even top your trees from time to time. For pest control, you may need to spray or have ground treatment performed a few times a year, too. When it comes to appliances, make sure to send in any warranties and follow the maintenance recommendations in your owner’s manual. For older appliances, many documents can be found online.
Don’t be afraid to do some research and speak with professionals about maintenance specific to your location.
Have All of Your Home Systems Checked Regularly
It’s important to get your electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems checked annually to keep them in good shape. Some of these tasks can be done yourself; for instance, you might need to clean your air filters, remove debris from the vents and flush out your water heater.
For more technical inspections, check customer reviews on Yelp, Angie’s List, Google, Facebook and the BBB when searching for a new company. Always go with one that is experienced, licensed, bonded and insured.
Follow a Cleaning Schedule
Home maintenance often focuses on repair work, but keeping your home clean can be just as important. In addition to once a week tasks such as vacuuming and dusting the shelves, deep cleaning every month or so can save you big in the long run. Moving furniture around, pulling out the washer and dryer to clean behind them and clearing out the garage gives you a chance to inspect for pest problems, water damage and similar issues that can quickly escalate into expensive repairs.
Being a homeowner is very rewarding on many levels, but homeownership comes with a great deal of responsibility. As long as you put in some effort on a regular basis, you should have no problem keeping your home in good repair.
Contact Jim Defee
Senior Real Estate Specialist
Keller Williams Realty Fort Myers & The Islands
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