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Worthington Realty launches new website to enhance user experience

Worthington Realty has launched a new website at WorthingtonRealty.com designed to enhance the user’s experience. The expanding boutique real estate company is taking the buying and selling journey to the next level with the new site as it offers in-depth information on the company, MLS listings, available rental properties, service offerings and more.

Worthington’s new owners, Michael and Susana Davis and Brian Rodgers, acquired the company back in April and have quickly made their presence felt by enhancing services, growing the company’s established brokerage and sales teams and now launching the new website.

Easy to navigate, the new site gives visitors the opportunity to learn what makes Worthington Realty a “worthy partner” for their real estate needs. Visitors to the site will be able to see homes listed for sale or rent across Southwest Florida. Additionally, guests can select to view available listings specifically in Lexington Country Club as well as America’s first solar-powered town, Babcock Ranch in Charlotte County.

Worthington has been a part of the Southwest Florida community for nearly 35 years and has been a strong partner to home buyers, renters and investors as they seek trusted expertise in residential sales, rentals and development in the areas in and around Lexington Country Club and at Babcock Ranch.

To learn more, visit WorthingtonRealty.com.

About Worthington Realty

Founded in 1989, Worthington Realty is a boutique real estate company specializing in residential sales, rentals and development within Lexington Country Club in Fort Myers and surrounding communities. Its office headquarters are located at 8880 Gladiolus Drive, Suite 102, in Fort Myers. For more information, please call 239-437-3334, email info@worthingtonrealty.com or visit WorthingtonRealty.com.

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