Naples Market Report | June 2019
June Market Report Shows Strong Showing Activity
Naples, Fla. – Naples was recently voted the number one southern “boomtown”, which might be one reason showings were up during June. The June 2019 Market Report released by the Naples Area Board of REALTORS® (NABOR®), revealed that 500 potential buyers were shown homes for sale in the Naples area every day during June. Closed sales in the Naples area during June decreased 10.3 percent compared to closed sales in June 2018, but closed sales since January have only decreased .7 percent. In fact, closed sales over the last 12 months are up in all price categories below $1 million.
“Now is the time to enter the market,” said Mike Hughes who added that only homes in the $1 million to $2 million had a median closed price decrease in June. “Even though inventory in June dropped almost 12 percent, values are holding steady and the reduced competition provides great opportunities for sellers.”
Bill Coffey added that despite the inventory decrease “there is still 6.9 months of inventory available, which is well above the Florida average of 4-months supply.”
Broker analysts reviewing the June 2019 Market Report recommend sellers consult a REALTOR® before listing a home for sale. A REALTOR® can help a seller price a home competitively. They can also maximize the home’s marketing and help the seller or buyer every step of the way.
A shift in buyer interest to single family homes in lower price categories during the second quarter of the year was confirmed by broker analysts. During June, new listings for single family homes decreased 7.1 percent, while new listings for condominiums decreased 4.2 percent.
According to the report, there were 798 price decreases in June. Yet the month’s overall median closed price increased 1.4 percent to $335,000 from $330,400 in June 2018. The single-family home median closed price decreased 8 percent in June, while the condominium market median closed price increased 1.9 percent.
“Year over year only properties above $2 million have had price increases,” said Kathy Zorn. “In fact, the report shows condominiums under $300,000 have experienced a year over year decrease of 7.6 percent.”
According to Wes Kunkle, “the commercial market in Naples is seeing some new investor activity but not nearly as much as what Lee County is experiencing.”
“Loan modifications coming due for some homeowners could be one reason there is an increase in foreclosures recently,” said Lauren Melo. “But the number of HELOCs are also on the rise, which could also indicate increased equity and an improving market.”
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This report was provided by the Naples Area Board of Realtors® (NABOR®)