I own a condo (inherited) in Winterpark - Naples. What is the sales market like for that condo development?

Asked by Carol, New Jersey Sat Jan 3, 2009

Is it best to wait a few years or try to sell now? What is the median sales price for Winterpark?

Help the community by answering this question:

+ web reference
Web reference:


Gerry McLoug…, , Naples, FL
Wed Aug 14, 2013
Carol, Here is a simple formula for your real estate success. The best price achievable for any unit = demand over supply. You can't control supply. You can control demand. Increased market exposure = Increased potential demand. I have a business degree in Marketing which allows me access to a world of marketing techniques and a deep understanding of buyer behaviour unavailable to most Realtors.
I live 10 minutes from Winterpark and I'm an active realtor (I like to hold open houses). I advertise heavily to attract buyers, so I work with more buyers than sellers.
Good luck selling your home. If you would like me to prepare a Comparative Market analysis of pricing in the Winter park community call my Free number 1855-9-NAPLES
Gerry McLoughlin
0 votes
Gerry McLoug…, , Naples, FL
Tue Aug 13, 2013
I have a buyer for your condo at current market value. Let's talk. Gerry McLoughlin Realtor
0 votes
Jay Whalen, Agent, Naples, FL
Sun Aug 11, 2013
I just sold a unit in Winterpark for $80,000 and am in the process of buying one for $92,000 for a customer. I have sold and bought a number of units in Winterpark. Most of the units are now in the low 100's which means they have come back a long way in the last two years.
Winterpark has great units with 1,246 sq. ft. and their proximity to beaches and Naples is incredible.
So for you - it depends on what you want to do. If you want to just sell your place in Winterpark and you have no other intentions - then you could wait until after the season and see what's happening. If you are interested in selling your place in Winterpark and buying another condo in Naples - now is the time. Prices are rising and inventory is shrinking - buying now is a very good thing to do but if you are only interested in selling then wait prices will escalate.
Please let me know if I can help,
Jay Whalen
Coldwell Banker
0 votes
Lisaausa, Home Buyer, Naples, FL
Wed Jul 31, 2013
Hi Carol,

I am looking to possibly buy in WinterPark. Let me know what the location of the unit is if you are considering selling. lisaausa@aol.com

Thank you
0 votes
Clck42, Home Buyer, Michigan
Fri Aug 21, 2009
I am looking to buy in Winterpark if the price is right.
0 votes
Heather Meme, Home Buyer, New York
Sun Jul 5, 2009
What is the location of the unit? If you are interested in selling, we may be interested in buying. Email giants_jim56@yahoo.com
0 votes
Wakelin Real…, Agent, Naples, FL
Sat Jan 3, 2009
Carol, there are currently 22 homes for sale in Winterpark. In 2008 there were 12 sales. With the sales rate of 2008 that means that there is currently a 22 month supply. 6 months is the average amount of inventory. The medium price is about $133,000. But the current inventory goes from $74,900 to $222,000. I have a very nice spread sheet that I can send to you with some more information. Contact me at Rae@raewakelin.com.
or 239-398-0028.
0 votes
Nathan Lacor…, Agent, Naples, FL
Sat Jan 3, 2009
The 2 bedroom 2 baths have been selling for around 100K the last 2-3 months. Let me know your email address and I can send you what has sold and when and for how much and also what is for sale.

Nathan LaCorte
Main: 239-872-3928
Toll#: 800-590-6856
Fax: 239-390-0027
Sand Castle Realty
Web Reference:  http://www.nathanlacorte.com
0 votes
Search Advice
Ask our community a question

Email me when…

Learn more