Live in Fort Myers
Nestled along the scenic shoreline of the Caloosahatchee River, the city has become an interesting blend of young and old.
Sporting the youngest population in Lee County, with a median age of 32, the City of Fort Myers is also home to the historic winter residences of Thomas Edison and Henry Ford. Extensive renovation of the historic downtown waterfront is underway, with new restaurants, nightclubs, apartments, and artistic venues providing energy and growth.
Throughout the year, Southwest Florida residents and visitors enjoy cultural events overlooking the river at Centennial Park and the Fort Myers Yacht Basin. Learn more »
There are so many reasons people have chosen Fort Myers as their new home. Each year more and more people make the move and find that not only is Fort Myers a great place to live – but also it’s a thriving place to do business.
So, whether you are retiring to Fort Myers, moving here with a young family, or whether you are looking to start or move a business here – we hope this relocation section of the website will provide the necessary information you need. Learn more »
There is an abundance of realtors and developers in Lee County to help you find or build the place of your dreams. The choice of properties available range from magnificent waterfront homes, high rise condos, and upscale gated communities to less expensive single family homes. You can choose to buy an existing home, a pre-construction house or buy a plot of land and have a custom home built. Learn more »
Request Relocation Package
Order a relocation package full of area information. The package includes a full-color Fort Myers magazine, detailed street map, apartment guides, and a real estate magazine. Follow the link below to order yours today! Request relocation package »