INFORMATION FOR REALTORS
INFORMATION FOR REALTORS
Thank you for assisting our neighbors in the sale and purchase of homes and lots in our community. On this page, you will find the answers to many of the questions you and your clients will have in preparation for a successful closing.
HOA BOARD OF DIRECTORS AND COMMITTEES
Cape Royal is a self-managed community, with volunteer committees performing most of the same services as a property management company - at a much lower cost. The seven directors on our board are supported by over a dozen committees.
ANNUAL HOA ASSESSMENTS
HOA dues and the directed assessment for golf course purchase debt retirement are collected annually.
2019 Annual Assessment: $945
2019 Annual Directed Assessment: $295
5 AM - 7 PM
CONTRACTORS WORK HOURS:
Contractors and sub-contractors (workers for hire) are allowed to perform work in the community only between the hours of 7:00 AM and 6:00 PM, Monday through Friday, and between the hours of 7:00 AM and 4:00 PM on Saturdays. No contractor work is allowed on Sundays or national holidays.
Cape Royal lies in unincorporated Lee County.
Water: Greater Pine Island Water Association
Electric: Lee County Electric Cooperative (LCEC)
Waste, Recycling, Yard Refuse Collection: Waste Pro.
Cape Royal is a deed-restricted community. Adherence to our policies helps keep our community a beautiful and enjoyable place to live. A summary of the deed restrictions is included in the list of documents.
REMODELING, LANDSCAPING, PAINTING
If your client is considering remodeling or painting the exterior of the home after closing, the client will need to work with the Architectural Review Board (ARB) for approval. An FAQ link is provided in the list of documents.
If your client is planning to build a new home, the client will need to work with the Architectural Review Board (ARB) for approval of plans and setback conformance. Visit the Build & Remodel page for forms and instructions.
Cape Royal has restrictions on the frequency and minimum length of time that a property may be rented. Please refer to the Rental Policy link on this page.
VACANT LOT MAINTENANCE
Vacant lot owners within Cape Royal are given the choice to maintain their lots either by using a private contractor or availing themselves of the service offered by our HOA. Owners using our service come under the auspices of the Vacant Lots committee. When using the HOA service, vacant lots are mowed 18 times a year. These charges are billed annually. Please direct all inquiries to Please direct all inquires to 248-515-1327.