2006 US Census

No, there is no Star-bucks here. And you'll maybe not find a local mall o-r any big name bookstores either.

But based on the latest U.S. Census Bureau News statement released on June 21, 2006, Cape Coral Florida remains the ffifth-fastest growing city in the united states! Homeowners of Cape Coral Florida real estate are rejoicing.

Why? Since Cape Coral Florida property values are poised to keep on its double digit growth.

The Census report, released on June 21, 2006, said town grew at 9.2 per cent from July 1, 2004, to July 1, 2005, reaching a total population of 140,000. Nearly a later, 154,000 people live here, based on area estimates. For a different standpoint, please glance at: http://whtm.membercenter.worldnow.com/story/29577069/eastern-capes-port-elizabeth-builders-now-offers-full-renovations-and-improvements. Cape Coral also was No. 5 on the census growth data in 2003-2004.

California had three cities on the list of 10 fastest growing inside the nation: Port St. Lucie (third), Miramar (eighth) and Cape Coral (fifth).