According statistics from the Naples Area Board of Realtors, in June, the median home price was 23.2 percent higher and the supply of homes was 23.1 percent lower than it was just six months earlier. Typically, summer has been the slow season in Southwest Florida, when buyers took advantage of bargains from anxious sellers. These buyers are now being joined by investors, foreigners, and people relocating to the area, not to mention buyers that are concerned about increasing mortgage rates.
The Naples housing market has become seasonless. So if you're looking to buy in the Port Royal, Olde Naples, Aqualane Shores, or Park Shore areas, don't wait for season because no one else is. And if you're looking to sell, there's no need to wait, the buyers are already here.
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