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Naples Florida Real Estate Statistics May 2011
November 16th, 2011 6:44 PM

The Naples Board of Realtors just released the May 2011 real estate statistics.   In the 12-month ending May 2011 report, compared to the 12-month ending April report, the good news is that the inventory in the over $300,000.00 price range has decreased.  Don't get too excited because you have to ask yourself if the decrease in iventory is because of the number of closed and pending sales or Sellers taking their properties off the market.  I'll discuss this more a bit later.

Let's take a moment to view this data by the percentage of closed sales by price range, area, and months needed to absorb the inventory.  The time frame for this will be the 12-month period ending May 2011.

Condominiums By Price Range

Price Range

% Total Sales

Months Needed to Absorb Inventory

$0-300K

76.3%

9.31

$300K-$500K

10.7%

19.79

$500K-$1M

 8.3%

24.14

$1M-$2M

 3.6%

20.44

$2M+

 1.2%

26.85

Condominiums By Area

Area

% of Total Sales

Months Needed to Absorb Inventory

Naples Beach

22.1

17.33

North Naples    

30.1

10.45

Central Naples

20.2

8.6

South Naples

17.3

11.39

East Naples

10.1

14.79

The median sale price for condominiums fell from $170,000.00 to $158,000.00 in the twelve month period ending May 2011. 

At first glance, the condo inventory seems to have shrunk.  If you look closely you'll see that the inventory for condos at the April was 4,372.  In May that number was 4,118. This indicates 254 units were taken off the market.  If you look at the number of pending and closed sales for this same time period, that figure comes to 88 units.  This leads me to believe that 166 Sellers took their condos off the market.

Single Family Homes By Price

 

Price Range

% Total Sales

Months Needed to Absorb Inventory

$0-300K

63.9%

6.88

$300K-$500K

16.0%

13.51

$500K-$1M

11.0%

17.26

$1M-$2M

5.0%

23.46

$2M+

4.1%

26.86

Single Family By Area

Area

% of Total Sales

Months Needed to Absorb Inventory

Naples Beach

15.0

13.9

North Naples    

22.4

12.4

Central Naples

20.7

9.2

South Naples

12.7

11.4

East Naples

28.1

8.2

The most important figure on these two charts is the number of months of inventory for the under $300,000.00 price range.  A "normal" real estate market is said to have 6 months of inventory.  Single family homes under $300,000.00 have just reached a "normal" market.  If you have been looking for a single family home in Naples under $300,000.00, based on the above figures it appears your ship is sailing away from you.

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Lynn Wilber is a Real Estate Professional who lives in Naples. Her 33 years of real estate experience and her area expertise have been valuable resources for Naples Sellers and Buyers. For more information, please contact Lynn Wilber or call 239-594-2780.

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