Ellie and Bob Bunting

Agents

CENTURY 21 TriPower Realty, Inc.

Southwest Florida Real Estate Professionals. Retirement, Investment and Lifestyle Specialists.

About Ellie and Bob Bunting

Ellie has returned to real estate sales after spending the last 40 years teaching English at Florida SouthWestern State College in Fort Myers She has teamed up with her husband, Bob, who has been a Realtor with Tri Power for over 20 years. Recently, their daughter Angie joined the team as a realtor assistant.

Ellie moved to Fort Myers Beach in 1953 and has witnessed first-hand the tremendous change and growth that has transformed our island over the years. She understands the many benefits of island life and loves to share her enthusiasm and love of Fort Myers Beach with others. Ellie’s exceptional knowledge of the area, along with Bob’s experience as a Realtor, makes the Bunting Team a great resource for all of your real estate needs.

Whether you are looking for a charming beach cottage or a luxury waterfront villa, Ellie and Bob know everything there is to know about locations, value, pricing, building requirements, and the community. Both Bob and Ellie are avid boaters with extensive knowledge of the wonderful fishing, sailing, and paddle boarding opportunities right in our backyard.

Both Ellie and Bob are very active in community affairs. Ellie is on the Board of Directors for the Estero Island Historic Society and Bob is an active member of the Fort Myers Beach Kiwanis Club. They have been married for 34 years and have two adult children and one grandchild.

Latest Blog Posts

What’s In a Name? From Crescent Beach to Fort Myers Beach

What’s in a name?  According to Shakespeare, “That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.”  It wasn’t that easy for the early developers of

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Swamp Fever at Babcock Ranch

 We spent the morning taking the Eco Tour at Babcock Ranch.  Although I have been living in SW Florida for over 60 years, this was my first trip to the ranch.  We had a wonderful time

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Celebrating 100 Years on Estero Island

Before 1921, the only way to access the island was by boat.  This limited development but did not detract people from taking a boat and enjoying a few days on the beach.  When the

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Changing Face of Fort Myers Beach: Bigelow Center Bites the Dust

Each day as I travel off the island, I notice more and more beach landmarks being demolished to make way for the Margaritaville resort. So far, the old Surf Club (Mermaid), the Pierview Hotel, Beach

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