Hurricane Ian hit hard but Punta Gorda is trying to recover quickly.  Tarps are going up, neighbors are helping each other and PGI/BSI have power.  Most residents have power at this point but for those that don’t and read this, I am sure that they are gritting their teeth and wondering why they don't.

Please feel free to call office at any time with questions or concerns – 941-833-4217

As of lunch time today (October 5th), here is a list of restaurants and their status as to opening:

It has been 40 days since President Trump declared a Nat’l Emergency due to Covid-19. Life has changed in many ways. Our local real estate market has also seen significant changes.

Virtual tours are some of the best real estate tools of our time. Most buyers fall in love with the online version of their next house first. The next step is to get inside and see the details. But what if you can't get down here to see the house you love online? The Andreae Group's got you covered.


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We were honored to have our listing at 2881 Coral Way featured on the local show, "Out and About in Southwest Florida." Watch the video below!


The other day I noticed something strange in Hector House Plaza across from the courthouse. All of the palm trees wore leg warmers. Or at least that’s what this child of the 1980s discerned them to be. Boaters might call them Palm coozies. (All boaters love three things: boats, open water, and coozies.) I know boaters who have coozies for their box wine. Why not coozies for palm trees?

While much of the north saw record cold this Thanksgiving, we donned shorts for our local Turkey trot. Every year, this 5k draws hundreds of locals out to support Habitat for Humanity. For the Andreaes, it’s a tradition.