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The True Value of Homes in Naples Florida

July 15th, 2013 by

In recent years, the city of Naples Florida was listed as one of the top American destinations where property prices matched the high quality of life. Many potential investors are wary of spending money on the often expensive property in Naples, but the reality is that there is plenty to back up the price tag.


In fact, Naples FL homes made the list thanks to the incredible weather, the opportunities for recreation, the beautiful scenery and the small-town feel. None of the other nine locations on the list can compete as they are all much larger cities with populations in the millions. Here are some key questions to help you to realize the true value of homes in Naples.

How Nice is the Weather?

Many people are surprised at just how much weather can impact the housing market. The reality is that most people enjoy plenty of sunshine and a steady climate, and Naples offers neither the shocking highs nor the freezing lows that you might find elsewhere in the United States. Retirees, in particular, are willing to pay a little more in order to avoid a harsh climate.

How Close is Naples to the Coast?

Having close proximity to the coast can make a big difference in terms of property values. People who enjoy walks on the beach, morning dips in the ocean and summer picnics in the sand will appreciate that Naples is located right on the coast. Since there are a number of canals in Naples, there are plenty of opportunities to purchase property on the water, even if it is a canal rather than the coast.

What Cultural Amenities are Found Nearby?

A major concern for some is that unlike most major cultural destinations, Naples has a relatively small population of approximately 314,000. However, the city of Naples has incredible opportunities for culture, and those who enjoy shopping, dining, nightlife and museums certainly won’t be disappointed.


Just a few of the many options include the Naples City Pier, the Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens, dining by the water at Tin City, and picking up deals at the Miromar Outlets or Waterside Shops.


Owning one of the many beautiful Naples FL homes can be a major investment, but you are purchasing more than just a house. You are also investing in the incredible quality of life in Naples. Click here to learn more about available homes for sale in Naples, Florida.


About the Author:


Melinda Sullivan is Realtor specializing in luxury property in the Naples, Bonita Springs & Estero areas. She updates this blog on a weekly basis and writes about anything and everything to do with buying or selling property in Southwest Florida. You will find regular blog posts on her website at

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