Karen  Carter (Coldwell Banker Schmitt Real Estate Co.)

1201 White Street, Suite 101

Key West , FL 33040




The Florida Keys are a unique American landscape. They are not even like the rest of the Florida. Called by some “America’s Caribbean,” they are reminiscent of the Bahamas or the Caymans.

Get to know Karen Carter

Karen Carter, PA,
A Coldwell Banker Schmitt, Real Estate agent for Key West and the Florida Keys specializes in waterfront properties, the luxury home market, and is a condominium specialist. Karen can help you realize your Dream of owning property in the Florida Keys.
Your home is one of the most important financial and emotional investments that you will ever make. Karen, an experienced real estate agent in the Florida Keys, offers fresh innovative ideas that will assist you throughout your real estate search.

Her personalized marketing system, combined with her local area knowledge will make your search simple and effortless so that you can be in your Dream Home in the blink of an eye.
You can relax because Karen found her Dream in Key West, and she knows what it takes to achieve this splendid Dream. She will get you into your Dream home so you can wake up in and enjoy the paradise home you deserve.

For real estate properties from Key West to Big Pine Key, Karen Carter’s website will help you find your dream home!

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About the Keys and Key West
Imagine: Incredible Sunsets, Tropical Weather, lots of sun, Palm tress, Balmy Nights with Soft Tropical Breezes. How about a unique array of colors: for instance, shades of Greens you never knew existed? How about, world-class fishing and diving within minutes of your home? How about year round citrus, vegetables, gardens and really fresh seafood? How about clean air, beaches and pure nature and all of this mixed in with a laid-back Island attitude?
If all this sounds (too!) good, consider this--since we only spend a small percentage of our lifetimes outdoors, why not make the most of it?
The Florida Keys are a unique American landscape. They are not even like the rest of the Florida. Called by some “America’s Caribbean,” they are reminiscent of the Bahamas or the Caymans or the Netherlands Antilles.
They are low-lying dots on an azure sea that separates Cuba from the U.S., strung 130 miles in a long narrow corridor athwart the Gulf Stream, and bordered by one of the world’s principal coral reefs that was the scourge of pirates and the Spanish fleet nearly 500 years ago but beckons divers, fishermen, and boaters today.
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