While Summer Inventory Heats Up, Home Price Climb Slows

Naples, Fla. (June 28, 2024) – As competition grows in the Naples housing market – overall inventory
increased 67.1 percent in May to 5,019 properties from 3,004 properties in May 2023 – monthly closed
sales for the month decreased 12.2 percent to 907 closed sales from 1,033 closed sales in May 2023.
Broker analysts reviewing the May 2024 Market Report by the Naples Area Board of REALTORS®
(NABOR®), which tracks home listings and sales within Collier County (excluding Marco Island), are
closely monitoring the number of monthly price decreases to see whether it could turn the tide and
improve sales this summer. One thing was certain in the May Market Report: summer buyers will have
many more options than winter buyers.

New listings during May increased 18.4 percent to 1,201 new listings from 1,014 new listings in May
2023. In addition to 1,710 price decreases reported in May, the median closed price was $650,000, the same as the median closed price reported in April, which enjoyed 2,365 price decreases. Comparatively, themedian closed price increased 8.3 percent to $650,000 from $600,000 in May 2023.

Another benefit of rising inventory and list price decreases has been the rise in the number of properties
for sale in the lower end of the market. For May, properties in the $300,000 and below price category
increased 104 percent to 308 from 151 in May 2023. Similarly, properties for sale in the $300,000 to
$500,000 price category increased 90.1 percent to 1,032 from 543 in May 2023.

The NABOR® May 2024 Market Report provides comparisons of single-family home and condominium
sales (via the Southwest Florida MLS), price ranges, and geographic segmentation and includes an overall market summary. NABOR® sales statistics are presented in chart format, including these overall (singlefamily and condominium) findings for 2024:

Geographic Standouts
In May, the median closed price for a single family home in the Naples Beach area (34102, 34103, 34108)
decreased 26.1 percent to $2,262,500 from $3,062,500. Conversely, the median closed price for a single
family home in the South Naples area (34112, 34113) increased 43.6 percent to $930,000 from $647,500.
The lowest median closed price reported during May was in the Central Naples (34104, 34105, 34116)
condominium market, which increased only 1.4 percent to $355,000 from $350,000 in May 2023.