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Barefoot Beach in Bonita Springs, Florida - 2009 Sales Report

Posted by Benjamin Dona on Monday, January 25th, 2010 at 8:59pm.

Barefoot Beach Real Estate for SaleThe Barefoot Beach real estate end of year 2009 market statistics for both home and condominium sales are listed below.

Barefoot Beach is tucked away just on the border of Bonita Springs and Naples and is one of the most gorgeous beach communities on all of the SW Florida Gulf Coast. It is popular for its unsurpassed homes - long considered the "Rodeo Drive"  of the area, the properties will delight the most discriminate buyer. Surrounded by nature and elegant homes, three miles of white sandy beach is right outside the door of many of the residents. For those with a taste towards boating and fishing, the island also backs up to mangrove and intercoastal waterway - supporting Gulf of Mexico access through the Bay for deep watercraft.

Barefoot Beach Real Estate Sales Data

Barefoot Beach Home and Condominium Sales - End of Year 2009*:
  • 28 Closed Sales
  • Average Sales Price - $1,577,136
  • Median Sales Price - $1,025,000
  • Average Days on Market - 173
  • Average Sales Price/Square Ft. - $483.17

In comparison with 2008 sales data, Barefoot Beach home and condominium sales were basically flat, 28 sales last year versus 29 sales in 2008. The average sales price decreased 22% and the average days on market fell by 44%.

So, if you're looking for Luxury Florida real estate, there is no better place to look in Southwest Florida other than Barefoot Beach.

*Sales Data from NABOR & SWFL MLS

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About the Author

Gulf Coast Associates, RealtorsBenjamin Dona is the Broker and Owner of Gulf Coast Associates, Realtors in Bonita Springs, Florida. He holds two advanced degrees, an MBA and an MA, and has an extensive background in both business and marketing. In 1998, he founded Gulf Coast Associates, and formed a group of like-minded Realtor® associates dedicated to offering professional Southwest Florida real estate services by concentrating on information, education and the use of leading edge technologies. He also is a recognized expert on the "Net," a much-quoted and read blog author, and a contributor to both national and international news outlets. Benjamin is a member of the National Association of Realtors, the Florida Association of Realtors, and numerous local real estate boards throughout Southwest Florida.

Contact Benjamin Dona at 239-948-3955



5 Responses to "Barefoot Beach in Bonita Springs, Florida - 2009 Sales Report"

Moraira wrote:
Your 2009 sales figures look pretty good compared to 2008. I can think of many agents who have seen sales volumes fall lower than their 2008 figures. A 44% fall in days on the market is encouraging too!

Posted on Tuesday, January 26th, 2010 at 3:55pm.

Benjamin wrote:
No doubt about it Ashlee.

I did not think that after the numbers we put up here in 2009 (most yearly sales ever)that anything could surpirise me. Boy, was I wrong. Since the day after Christmas, things have just exploded here. Properties are flying off the market. The only downside is our inventory is shrinking dramatically. Makes the pickings quite slim for folks looking to get a property.

Posted on Wednesday, January 27th, 2010 at 9:30am.

Sarah wrote:
I agree with above comments. Really good sales figure in 2009. Thanks for this information, it is really informative for me and others who read this blog.

Posted on Thursday, January 28th, 2010 at 12:01pm.

Jodi Albertini wrote:
Wow - thanks for brining my attention to the area of Barefoot Beach - gorgeous. My husband and I are considering warmer weather for my health, and because our businesses are home based. Florida is our likely destination in the next few years. Will have to check Barefoot Beach out!

Posted on Tuesday, March 2nd, 2010 at 4:03pm.

Susan wrote:
It looks like paradise and the properties by the white sandy beach make it well worth the price. I live in the high desert, so I rarely ever get to see a large body of water. It would be great to live in a place like that.

Posted on Thursday, September 30th, 2010 at 9:58pm.



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