As the Naples housing market continues to grow, it shows no signs of slowing down. So if you’re looking to buy in this picturesque city – act fast.
The apparently season-less market in Southwest Florida has shown that a summer slump is nowhere on the agenda. A fast-paced winter in 2012 set the tone for a strong spring, and that trend has sustained throughout the hotter months.
In June, the median price of a home in Naples was 23.2 percent higher – and the supply of homes was lower by 23.1 percent – than either was just six months ago, according to statistics from the Naples Area Board of Realtors.
In the past, summers have been prime time for bargain-hunting shoppers – the only other buyers at that time have been international vacationers and…