New Homes & New Construction in Bonita Springs
New Construction in Bonita Springs is trending as the best value in real estate. You heard it here first. Local Bonita Springs Real Estate (the resale real estate) is suffering from low inventory. Many of the properties that hit the market don’t last long and often sell with multiple offers if they’re priced effectively and in great condition. This has left room for the developers to come back to town and provide real estate in a niche that is just about dried up – entry level homes in Bonita Springs.
At press time for this article there were only twenty-eight single family homes for sale in Bonita Springs and Estero, Florida priced under $250,000 with at least three bedrooms and two baths. That’s slim pickin’s. Of those twenty-eight homes only seven of the homes were built 2004-2013. That leaves a lot of older homes, homes that may need remodeled, updated, refreshed, etc. That’s exactly what is driving the new construction sales.
Very often the price of the resale home plus any improvements that have to be made after purchase can add up to the price of brand new, new construction. If a real estate buyer decides to purchase new, they get to choose your colors, upgrades, exposure, location and more.
The savvy real estate buyers who are taking advantage of this boom in new construction in Bonita Springs have the option of working with a REALTOR. If you’d like to learn more about leveraging free REALTOR representation with new construction in Bonita Springs, read also:
Since I’ve spent so much time in new construction sales centers the last few weeks, I’m up to speed on each of the new construction communities in Bonita Springs and can advise you which will suit your needs, your budget, your sports or hobbies. It’s a great time saver plus an extra set of eyes and ears when you’re weighing your option to get the best home value and location for your real estate investment.
The most recent buyers I’ve represented with new construction in Bonita Springs have contacted me (usually from finding my website) and asked for real estate advice because they’re not from the Southwest Florida area or may not be here during the entire home building process.
They need a trustworthy advocate on their side who can be counted on for a variety of decisions, walk through meetings, construction punch out consultations and inspections and more. Since the developers cooperate with real estate agents there is no added charge to a buyer for hiring a REALTOR. The developers cooperate with REALTORS agents because they know that we work with qualified buyers, it’s that simple.
Chris Griffith is designated as a Certified New Home Specialist (CNHS), a Certified Residential Specialist (CRS) and an Accredited Buyers Representative (ABR) as well as a variety of other designations acquired over 14 years in Southwest Florida real estate.