Inventory

March 10, 2019

Naples 2018 Year End Market Update / Good News for Buyers and Sellers

 

 

Great Year End 2018 News

 

A very healthy market with good news for both sellers and buyers!

 

Naples area median sale prices are up 3%, the number of sales are up 10-12% across all categories and days on the market have declined 9%.  This is good ...

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April 23, 2017

OS Florida Open Houses in Pelican Bay and Crayton Road

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION!

OS Florida BEACH-AREA OPEN HOUSES Sunday, April 23, 2017

We are hosting open houses in two of our favorite value listings.  Both listings are beautifully renovated, and in prime locations!

 

Join us 12-4 Sunday at

4170 Crayton Road, # C8, and 

871 Tanbark Dr. #103, in Laurel ...

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March 13, 2017

Our Brokerage is Number 1 in our Market!

Downing-Frye is #1 Closed Sales Volume in our Market!

 

March 3, 2017

Naples Area Market Snapshot, Febuary 2017. We are in a Buyer's Market

Jan. 20, 2017

New House Building About to Boom?

According to the US Census Bureau, the annual rate of new house construction starts calculated in December increased 11.3% over November.  

 

That is a stunning increase for one month.  In addition, the National Association of Home Builders projects a 10% annual increase for 2017 over 2016, already ...

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Jan. 2, 2017

Monthly Update January 2017

Every month we publish our outlook for the Naples, Bonita Springs and Southwest Florida Residential Real Estate Market.

This month, things are looking very positive, as you can see below.  Pent-up demand, availability of credit, a very strong economy and a chilly early winter in our feeder markets all contribute ...

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Nov. 22, 2016

GOOD NEWS FOR NAPLES BUYERS!

Inventory Nearly Double Last Year Levels! Buyers are the beneficiaries! 

Last year, going into "the Season," many Naples area buyers were frustrated by the low inventory of available homes - approximately a 3 month supply. In practice, that means that Realtors had fewer options to show Buyers than normal. But ...

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