Charlotte County was established April 23, 1921. It was named for the Bay of Charlotte Harbor. “Charlotte” came from “Carlos” (English) or “Calos” (Calusa Indian). In 1565, the Spanish named “Carlos Bay,” followed by the English in 1775 who named the area Charlotte Harbor in tribute to the Queen Charlotte Sophia, wife of King George III. Punta Gorda is the only incorporated city in Charlotte County. The U.S. Census Bureau 2019 estimate for the county is 188,910. Its county seat is Punta Gorda.
Florida is known as the sunshine state for a reason. With so many home buyers wanting to live in Florida, finding affordable home financing is going to be needed for anyone looking to purchase a home in Charlotte county.
As a Charlotte County homeowner, you can rest assured that USDA Mortgage Source will get you the best Florida mortgage solution for your individual family. Your mortgage options include first-time homebuyer, FHA and VA home loans to name a few. In addition, there are many locations that qualify for the 100% USDA Rural Development housing loan which is a 100% financing home loan mortgage available throughout Charlotte County.
USDA Mortgage Source is Florida’s top resource for all FHA, USDA and VA government financing. Serving all of Charlotte County 7 days a week including Cleveland, Grove City, Palm Island, Placida, Port Charlotte, Punta Gorda, Rotonda and Solana.