Naples Housing Market Summary by area

This table shows the breakdown of sales and median prices by area of Naples (see map below). Please contact me to discuss the market and see how I can help you in your search.

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North Naples May Housing Market report

North Naples includes the area from Pine Ridge Road to the Lee County boundary just short of Bonita Beach Road (see map below).

In the first 5 months of 2021 the median price of the 864 Single Family homes sold in North Naples was almost $720,000, while that of the 1,121 Condos sold was almost $306,000.

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Central Naples May Housing Market report

Central Naples covers the area bounded by David Blvd, Goodlette-Franke, Pine Ridge and Collier Blvd.

In the first 5 months of 2021 the median price of the 415 Single Family homes sold was $436,000 and that of the 682 Condos sold $218,000

Single Family

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South Naples May Housing Market report

South Naples includes the area bounded by 41, David Blvd and Collier Blvd. See map below.

In the first 5 months of 2021 the median price of the 462 Single Family homes sold in South Naples was $509,500 and that of the 967 Condos $247,500.

Single Family

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East Naples May Housing Market report

East Naples includes the areas to the East of Collier Blvd. See map below for details.

In the first 5 months of 2021 the median price of the 1,035 Single Family homes sold in East Naples was $460,000, and that of the 506 Condos $330,000.
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Tourism making major comeback in Naples and Collier County

April’s tourist numbers naturally show a huge increase from a year ago, when the national lockdown was underway, but more relevantly they are also show strong gains compared with 2019:

– A 9% increase in visitors
– A 24% increase in room nights
– A 20% increase in economic impact
– A 2% increase in occupancy

In Collier County, April might have been a bit unusual, drawing visitors here who may have wanted to come sooner, but waited to get vaccinated — or just to feel more comfortable with traveling, according to Anne Wittine, the director of data analysis for Research Data Services, the county’s tourism consultant. (more…)

Naples housing market in April

The market in Naples continued to move strongly upwards in April as these charts show:

Single Family/Attached Villas
The median price jumped to $640,000 in April

Condos/Townhouses/Attached Villas
The median price reached $319,900 in April: (more…)

Naples rated No. 1 beach town to live in

Travel + Leisure recently wrote that the Southwest Florida city is the No. 1 U.S. beach town to live in. The magazine cited the personal finance site WalletHub for determining the best beach towns to live in around the United States.

WalletHub ranked them according to 63 indicators, including “affordability, weather, safety, economy, education and health and overall quality of life.” WalletHub rated 145 total cities.

The New York City-based monthly publication lauded Naples for its “unbeatable quality of life and relative affordability.”

“Located on Florida’s Paradise Coast along the Gulf of Mexico,” the magazine said in its April issue, “the town offers lots to see and do, including pristine, white-sand beaches and day trips to nearby Everglades National Park.”

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Naples housing market – onwards and upwards

The March 2021 Market Report, released by the Naples Area Board of REALTORS® (NABOR®), which tracks home listings and sales within Collier County (excluding Marco Island), shows that March was the highest performing month in the 13 years NABOR has tracked these metrics.

Sellers are raising prices and multiple offers are still coming in,” said Budge Huskey, CEO, Premier Sotheby’s International Realty. “This is because inventory is limited, and more sellers are realizing now is a good time to place their home on the market and get top value in the current market conditions!”

Broker analysts predict the level of demand experienced in March is sustainable and should be expected to continue for the next few months, or longer. “Season was disrupted this year because many people elected to hold off relocating until they were fully vaccinated,” added Huskey. “Agents also report that many seasonal visitors are staying longer than in previous years, possibly because they can afford to wait in anticipation of more homes becoming available in the luxury market. I believe we’ll continue to see more newcomers from northern states looking for homes in the high end in the coming months. Beyond that, and as we enter the summer season, we might begin to see a second wave of international buyers entering our market as travel restrictions begin to relax.”

Median closed prices in March increased 12.2 percent to $415,000 (the highest median price increase month/month on record since 2008) from $370,000 in March 2020. In March 2021, there were just 1,819 homes in inventory (the lowest it has been since 2014), which was a 73.2 percent decrease from 6,795 homes in inventory in March 2020.

The March report revealed that the Naples area now has only a 1.6 month supply of homes available to buyers
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