Southwest Florida homes are some of the most popular second home investments anywhere in the world. This section of stunning coastline has earned the reputation, not only as a great place to live, but also as a location that delivers excellent rental occupancy levels for short term and annual leases.
As a place to live on a full time basis southwest Florida is incomparable. It offers a superb lifestyle, great employment opportunities and some excellent educational facilities.
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What is on offer in the Southwest Florida Homes market?
Currently at the beginning of 2018 there are over 140 new home communities currently under construction or preparing to get underway. These southwest Florida homes are pretty evenly split with half being in Bonita Springs and Naples, the remainder in Estero and Fort Myers.
The choice of locations is plentiful but the choice of floor plans and prices, upgrades and finishes can be mind boggling. Add to this the resale market and you will see why people get so confused when looking for the right home. We specialize in new homes and can walk you through the entire process of locating, financing and purchasing a new home in southwest Florida.
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Who is buying Southwest Florida Homes?
Families as well as retirees are buying southwest Florida homes for many different reason, but one which seems to be at the top of the list are the prices. Add a great outdoors lifestyle, improved infrastructure and job opportunities and southwest Florida homes are in big demand.
On an international level:
- 16.2% of all UK residents purchase in the Fort Myers and Naples area of Southwest Florida
- 21.8% of all Canadians purchase in the Fort Myers and Naples area of Southwest Florida
- 12.9% of all Europeans (excluding UK) purchase in the Fort Myers and Naples area of Southwest Florida
The Brazilians, Spanish speaking South Americans, Russians and Chinese are also expected to make a big push in Southwest Florida in the very near future.
With inventories still very low for both purchase and rental and with builders struggling to build fast enough, we envisage prices continuing to rise for the foreseeable future.