I have friends in Naples but don't it well... though good enough to realize that there is very very little in terms of modern architecture inventory (in contrast to the "other end" of Alligator Alley: so far I documented 2065 modern homes here). So I can imagine how you smiled when you read my inquiry.
Again, many thanks for responding,
Tobias Kaiser, MS, CIPS
Modern Architecture Specialist
Greater Fort Lauderdale Real Estate Broker + Consultant
Director, Fort Lauderdale Realtors Commercial Alliance
Gene Helfand, Realtor, GRI
I have been a licensed sales agent since 1994 and a member of the Naples Area Board of Realtors. This has been my home since 1969 and I have seen many changes in size and shapes of homes over this time. Each neighborhood seems to foster similar architecture. Old Naples and Lake Park areas each have seen older homes being removed and new larger homes being built. Homes in new subdivisions have their own standards and requirements. Homes in older subdivisions have few requirements. My listing in Gulf Shore subdivision has fewer requirements and more variation in homes. This listing is $274,000 less than the next home in Naples (10 minutes drive to beach), no bridges, seawall, big boat lift, and only fifteen minutes from the dock to the Gulf of Mexico. Listing inventory has been going down over the last few months but there are many resale homes still for sale. I would be happy to work with one of your clients.
Sun Realty, LLC
I am very knowledgeable about modern architecture and my husband is an high end interior designer that does alot of work with builders that do modern architecture.
If i can be of help please let me know.
All the best,
Does your referral have a time line, when will they be in Naples?
Agnes Tabor, REALTOR
ABR- Accredited Buyers Representative
e-PRO, Electronic Internet Specialist