Naples Real Estate Market and Bonita Springs & Estero Real Estate Market Seller’s Market…? Just maybe, indicators moving in that direction Sale up, prices up, inventory down. Less than 6 months of inventory Seller’s Market Characterized by rising prices greater than inflation rate 6-7 months of inventory Neutral Market Characterized by stable prices rising due
Lee County property values increase 6% for 2017 as reported May 31, 2017 in the Naples Daily News. Six percent is the overall average increase for all property in Lee County. Your mileage may vary. There are a number of municipalities in Lee County and the increase regionally within does vary. Bonita Springs increase 5.93%
BOCA RATON, Fla. – May 25, 2017 – Gov. Rick Scott today signed HB 7109, which includes a reduction to Florida’s business rent tax as well as other tax cut provisions. 2017 Florida Realtors®President Maria Wells, broker-owner with Lifestyle Realty Group in Stuart, spoke in support of the legislation at the signing, which took place
WASHINGTON – May 22, 2017 – U.S. real estate markets are becoming increasingly international. Two trends – changing demographics from immigration and a growing interest from foreigners – are positioned to bolster home sales activity and prices, according to speakers at an international real estate forum organized by Realtor®University’s Richard J. Rosenthal Center for Real
Naples Real Estate including Bonita Springs Homes for Sale and Estero Homes for Sale Naples Real Estate Market COMBINED INVENTORY – Naples, Bonita/Estero Inventory drops, big time… – April 2017 inventory decreased by more than 13% from March 2017, but why? Closed sale volume peaked in March with very large month-over-month and year-over-year increases
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