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Full Review of the Commercial Real Estate in Southwest FloridaJanuary 22, 2021

The commercial housing market in SW Florida is more desirable than any other real estate in the country. Real estate data trends in the region suggest that the main contributors to this enviable position include the availability of vast lands for future constructions, lower tax rates for doing business, new road constructions, and a growing […]

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The Naples Housing Market Forecast 2021January 7, 2021

The approval of COVID-19 vaccines and the announcements of vaccination dates throughout Southwest Florida are signs that the local housing market will make a return this year. This recovery is expected to spark the local economy by deleting some of the pandemic’s effects. Both home sales and prices escalated at a very torrid pace in […]

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Potential Effects of COVID-19 Vaccinesto Real Estate Activities across Southwest FloridaDecember 26, 2020

Going into the festive season, real estate markets seem to favor sellers more this year as more city buyers continue to flock to Southwest Florida. Despite the pandemic’s subsequent ravaging waves, this local housing market records highs of up to 75 daily new buyers. Since house hunting is no longer following conventional real estate rules, […]

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The Naples Summer Real Estate Market Review 2020December 14, 2020

The Naples real estate saw a 35.2% rise in total closed sales from 812 in August 2019 to 1,098 closed sales in August 2020. The Naples Area Board of Realtors (NABOR) August housing report highlights that this consistent momentum in closed sales results from Naples’ growing home-buying activities throughout summer this year. Broker analysts attribute […]

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The 2020 Naples Housing Market Review and 2021 PredictionNovember 30, 2020

The 2020 Naples real estate market has defied many odds. Many expected a total collapse at the start of the pandemic, but this hasn’t been the case. It would be logical if the market suffered a historic inventory shortage or even a total shutdown. However, apart from market slowdowns, the housing market is surprisingly robust […]

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