Houses For Rent in Fort Myers
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$4,500.00 | 23750 Via Trevi Way, Bonita Springs, FL 34134 | Beds: 2 Baths: 3
Beautifully finished and furnished condo with South West views of the gulf. The oversized lanai and open balconies of this residence,with sweeping western...
$1,800.00 | 11249 Suffield St, Ft Myers, FL 33913 | Beds: 2 Baths: 2
Immaculate villa in the upscale Bridgetown at the Plantation community. This 2 bedroom 2 bathroom villa is turnkey furnished and has been decorated to a high...
$1,200.00 | 1024 SW Embers Terrace, Cape Coral, FL 33991 | Beds: 4 Baths: 2.5
Spacious, with high ceilings, large rooms, split floor plan, office, formal dining room, breakfast area, kitchen with wood cabinets, raised bar, stainless...
$1,150.00 | 2472 NW 8th Terrace, Cape Coral, FL 33993 | Beds: 4 Baths: 2
This beautiful 4 Bedroom/ 2 Bathroom house is located in NW Cape Coral, very close to Tropicana and El Dorado Blvd. It is very spacious, offering large open...
$850.00 | R-232 Matecumbe Key Road, Punta Gorda, FL 33955 | Beds: 2 Baths: 2
This is a 2 bedroom 2 bath home for rent located in Punta Gorda, FL on 2090 Matecumbe Key Road and rents for $850 per month, property has 1155 sqft of living...
More Information about Fort Myers FloridaFort Myers is located on the west coast of Florida in Lee County and is well known for its beautiful beaches, Shopping and Numerous Golf Courses in the area with many popular attractions including Roller skating, skateboarding and a must visit hands on museum, water park and planetarium. Fort Myers is one of two major areas that encompass the greater Cape Coral Fort Myers metropolitan area.
Located on the southwestern side of Florida, Fort Myers enjoys a beautiful ocean side location, diverse economy and a place that 620,000 residents call home when including the entire metropolitan area. Ft. Myers is one of the largest tourist destinations in Florida thanks to its warm year-round climate has also been attractive to retirees as well.
Established in 1886, Fort Myers was named after a long abandoned fort built in the early 1840s along the Caloosahatchee River. The city itself did not attract any settlers until just after the Civil War thanks to its coastal location and natural port. The boom in settlement continued when in 1898 the Royal Palm Hotel was built and started attracting visitors from the north, especially during the winter months. Famous Americans such as Thomas Edison and Henry Ford established winter homes in Ft. Myers. The city continued to grow into the 20th century, but it was the building of the Tamiami Trail Bridge across the Caloosahatchee River in 1924 that turned Fort Myers from a burgeoning town to the metropolis that it is today.
The attractions in Fort Myers begin with the beautiful beaches that line the Gulf Coast making this region one of the most stunning to visit. The year round warm weather allows the residents of Ft. Myers to not only enjoy the beach and ocean-oriented activities, but they also have a wide range of golf courses, museums and nature parks to enjoy as well. The world famous Manatee Park along with the Calusa Nature Center help preserve the ecology and wildlife of the southwestern Florida area which makes it the perfect location for all age groups to visit.
The economy of Ft. Myers is based primarily in tourism and the health care industry, although there is plenty of diversity in the retail markets as well. Chico's, a famous clothing line is based in Ft. Myers and many different types of industries can be found in the metropolitan region. Those looking at homes for rent in Fort Myers FL will enjoy a number of employment opportunities that are wide ranging.
Houses for rent in Fort Myers you will not be surprised by the wide range of homes available considering the size of the city and surrounding suburbs. Homes range from the affordable, centrally located homes to the more expensive coastal region dwellings that are in high demand, finding houses for rent in Ft. Myers takes some effort but the results can be well worth it. Despite the recent collapse of the housing industry which has greatly affected Florida, Fort Myers like many cities and towns in the state is not only recovering but the historically low interest rates combined with the number of new homes available makes this the perfect time for purchasing real estate. Fort Myers encompasses a total land area of 40.4 miles with very mild and short winters and hot summers of an average temperature of 91 degrees. Lee County in 2012 had an average population of 70,000 residents. The average rental rates for 2 bedrooms rentals in 2001 was $775.00 and 3 Bedroom Houses for Rent in Fort Myers FL averaged $992 in June of 2012. Homes for rent in Fort Myers are affordable and easy to find on this website.
Ft Myers is known for its "A" rated schools and local colleges in the area including Nova Southeastern University, Keiser University and Hodges University. Off Campus rental housing in the area is plentiful and many places students can find great deals on houses for rent in Fort Myers Florida at great rates. Located to the south of Fort Myers is Naples Florida where the Beaches are just as pristine and a great place for families to vacation and find Naples.