are prices increasing faster in Bonita Beach or Ft. Myers Beach?

Asked by sae14golf, Bonita Springs, FL Tue Sep 3, 2013

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Sally Murphy…, Home Buyer, Toms River, NJ
Mon Sep 9, 2013
The question is general. Ask specifically for beach front properties. Ask if the property has been updated and if there are any assessments coming up in the near future. It is not just the price but the financial status of any community. How well the property has been taken care of is a very important consideration.
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The Dillard…, Agent, Bonita Springs, FL
Mon Sep 9, 2013
Jumping on the bandwagon, prices in our area (ranging from Naples through Sanibel) are definitely on the rise. If you're interested in buying or selling, please contact us today. You can check our track record by visiting We customize a search plan (for buyers) and a marketing plan (for sellers) like no other! Our speciality is Bonita Springs, but we work with the entire Southwest Florida market. Call us today to set up a confidential appointment. We look forward to hearing from you, Sae.

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Ronald Wolch…, Agent, Fort Myers, FL
Wed Sep 4, 2013
Hi Sae,

Understand, prices are raising all over Lee County almost. However they have slowed a bit

Also, It all depends on the type of home you want, and the beach, is more prime than Bonita Springs.
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Interesting that you are trying to speak to Bonita Beach when you don't have a single listing here, and only have listings in Cape Coral which we all know is a completely different market. On top of that you have no condos and definitely no beach front. "The Beach is more prime than Bonita Springs?" Bonita Springs HAS almost 3 miles of beach front property. You are contradicting yourself.
Every other Bonita/Estero agent on this thread agrees except for the agent that does not sell here, or is not located here.
Also, if you are trying to solicit business you may want to check your grammar skills/facts. Before you assume something do your research. Stick to Cape Coral Ron..
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Christin Beck, Agent, Bonitas Springs, FL
Tue Sep 3, 2013
Hi Sae14golf,
I agree. Beach front is definitely increasing in Bonita Beach area. We own a beachfront condo which we just moved from and are renting, and just bought a new home in Barefoot Beach so I have been closely following the trends. I'm also a licensed agent. However, There are still some good beach front short sales out there. Especially when it comes to condos and if you are up for a complete re-model. If you are looking, now is the time to buy as you will see beach front condo inventory decrease and price increases as season starts.

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Marc Comisar, Agent, Bonita Springs, FL
Tue Sep 3, 2013

This is going to be very much in the same line.....
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Rich Homer, Agent, NAPLES, FL
Tue Sep 3, 2013
The same. We can help you....especially with bargain foreclosures. Call us toll-free at 855-627-5376.
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Elaine Zacka, Agent, Bonita Springs, FL
Tue Sep 3, 2013
I would say they are equally increasing the same. There are several other particulars that dictate the increase and price range of a property.

Feel free to call me for more information.

Best Regards,
Elaine Zacka
Remax Affinity
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David Lang, Agent, Fort Myers, FL
Tue Sep 3, 2013
Both are increasing as our inventory of "for sale" properties drop. I don't know if one is increasing faster than another though. Median sales price can be tracked in various ways; from geographical area (location), price point, waterfront vs non-waterfront, property style, etc.
The bottom line is: property values are increasing. I hope this helps.

David Lang
Keller Williams Elite Realty
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I should have been more specific. I meant beach front condos in particular.
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