Collier County Housing Market Remains Strong
No question, many want to move to or within Collier County,
The latest Naples Area Board of Realtors market numbers show a 31% increase in showings in September as compared to the previous year.
"With an average of 17.4 showings per listing, agents stayed busy this summer,” said Jeff Jones, broker at Keller Williams Naples.
They're doing a lot of looking, but are they buying?
Oh yes, they did.
Collier enjoyed another 7% increase in overall closed home sales for the third month in a row, according to NABOR data that excludes Marco Island.
And this suggests another trend, according to Adam Vellano, broker analyst and west coast sales manager for BEX Realty - Florida.
The consistent uptick in summer home sales illustrates Collier County is becoming less seasonal, Vellano said.
Traditionally, the coming months bring the home-buying flurry as the northern snow drives our winter residents and visitors south.
The September report showed median closed prices remained stable during the third quarter of July, August and September. In fact, they haven't deviated much in 2019. The $325,000 for January is the same as the most recent month. That’s down from September 2018, when it was $327,408.
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