March Monthly Real Estate Market Report

Naples

Jodee Bennett, SWFL Real Estate, John R. Wood Properties Monthly Market Report Southwest Florida With 27,816 properties sold, sales were up 8.9% over the preceding 12-month period when 25,543 properties were sold. New listings were down 8%, from 43,682 to 40,200. The average sales price, at $447,939, was static. As of March 1, 2020, inventory … Continue reading March Monthly Real Estate Market Report

Naples Park Open House!

You can buy a house in Naples Park at prices that start around $259,000 to a little over $1 million.  Click here to see all the active listings that are available in Naples Park as of January 2020.    As a real estate agent with listings in Naples Park, I get a lot of people … Continue reading Naples Park Open House!

Naples Park is  a sought-after location in SWFL, but at what price?

Buying a home, whether it is a primary residence or second home, is a commitment, and there are many things to consider. The home you buy should be affordable, yet offer the size, features, and amenities you and your family want.  There are a variety of homes at various sizes and prices in Naples Park,  … Continue reading Naples Park is  a sought-after location in SWFL, but at what price?

Featured House — Naples Park

New to market! Call Jodee Bennett, 239.631.2561 $649,900.00 -- 576 93rd Ave N, Naples, FL 34108 Bedrooms:3 Bathrooms:2 Year built: 1976 Click here for an awesome tour >  Naples Park – a unique neighborhood minutes from one of SWFL’s most glorious beaches, Vanderbilt Beach! This home, perfect for guests or rental income, is nestled on an oversized … Continue reading Featured House — Naples Park

It is Time to Move…Lower Price or Lower Interest Rate?

Which is better? In a buyer’s market, buyers wait for signs that prices are going lower. In a seller’s market, buyers don’t wait because they’re afraid prices will go higher. Both markets move on the fear of paying too much. Right now, buyers have it pretty good – mortgage interest rates are at record lows. … Continue reading It is Time to Move…Lower Price or Lower Interest Rate?