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Naples Florida Homes for Sale

Naples Florida Homes for Sale

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Naples Florida MLS Online by All USA Realty, email, 877-869-5967 offers some of the most beautiful Naples Florida MLS Online Homes for Sale and Naples Florida Foreclosures in the area and are excited that you are considering moving to our town. We have provided you with a searchable data base of available Naples Florida Foreclosures Real Estate and Property for Sale and also Rentals. http://www.naplesfloridamlsonline.com
Naples Florida MLS Online by All USA Realty, email, 877-869-5967 offers some of the most beautiful Naples Florida MLS Online Homes for Sale and Naples Florida Foreclosures in the area and are excited that you are considering moving to our town. We have provided you with a searchable data base of available Naples Florida Foreclosures Real Estate and Property for Sale and also Rentals. http://www.naplesfloridamlsonline.com

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 ==== ====Naples Floirda Waterfront Homes for Sale / Foreclosureshttp://www.naplesfloridamlsonline.com ==== ====When my wife first asked me if I wanted to visit Naples, Florida, I had the same reaction as most:"I think I have a grandmother that lives down there." She laughed at me, I told her I was serious,but it wasn't until 3 years later, after I had visited twice and decided to move down there on a whimthat I realized that Naples reputation is only partially warranted, at best. Naples certainly is ripe with 55+ communities, old money, gated communities in which yourHomeowner's Association Fees cost more than most people's mortgages, and community bingocenters. But all of these things are seamlessly embedded in sub-tropical paradise that, over thelast 15 years, has exploded in a fury of commercialism. Downtown Naples is still very much aclassy destination, commonly drawing an older crowd. But bars like Yabba's are challenging thatwith DJ's, laser lights, and an elegant under 40 crowd. Moving beyond downtown, Naples is a cornucopia of activity for the bar-hopper, the foodie, thesocialite, the beach bum, the camper, the fisher, the boater, the nature lover, the tree-hugger, theartist, the musician, the golfer, and the hedonist. And why not live a life of pleasure, especiallywhen you are surrounded by palm trees, perfect weather for 6 months of the year, and some ofthe best white sand beaches on the planet. Located at the South West tip of Florida, as far South as you can go without being completelyinundated by The Everglades, Naples and it's surrounding areas are home to a dazzling array ofWildlife and Nature. Coming from the North East, I'm constantly amazed by the size and grace ofthe birds and the fish seen on a daily basis. Having a great egret or an osprey swoop down for ameal in your back yard is something you can only read about in most parts of the country. I'veseen it so many times, I could write a book on the feeding habits of great South West Florida birds.Or at least write an Ezine Article. The landscape and the wildlife are what so amazed me in moving to this part of Florida, as well asthe activities that are derived from these two attractions. After basking in it for a year, I realizedthat these two things have created a place unlike any other in the United States, especially if youhappen to be a typical guy. If you enjoy the outdoors, forget anywhere else. It's time to come toNaples, FL. And here's why. Fishing - Naples and it's surrounding area are home to some of the biggest and best fishanywhere. From snook to tarpon, to bass and redfish, catfish and even some large species ofsharks. You can sit on a dock in the canal by your house and pick out bass(there's never one faraway), or boat up to Boca Grande and land a 200lb tarpon. You can stand on the sun-kissedevening beach of Sanibel Island and pull in an 8 foot hammerhead while watching an earth-shattering sunset, or kayak through the 10,000 islands in gator country--hell, you can even huntgator (seasonally, of course)!
 Camping Want to go camping in Naples? Choose your time wisely. Every year, thousands travelto this area of Florida to camp like god intended. And every year, inexperienced campers vow tonever camp again. Camping in and around Naples, especially in the Florida summer, is not likecamping anywhere else. To understand why, you need to understand one fundamental concept:Human beings were not meant to live in South West Florida. Naples before civilization was an abysmal place. Mosquitoes he size of your hand, no-seeums,blister beetles, feral hogs, panthers, alligators, and other nuisances absolutely dominated theregion less than 75 years ago. It was nothing but swamps, mud, bugs, and animals that wouldgladly take a bit out of you if given the chance. Somewhere along the line, some visionarydevelopers decided it could be a paradise with a little building up, cutting back, and bug spray.Today, crop-dusting airplanes drop thousands of pounds of insecticide yearly, development haspushed all those ornery critters out of their homes and into The Everglades (and selectedcampsites), and the human invasion has made creatures like the Florida Panther nearly extinct.However, all of these things still exist, especially if you choose the right (or wrong) campsite andthe right (or wrong) time of year. Why would I tell you all of this in trying to convince you that Naples is a camper's dream? Becauseit is! There are plenty of locations for fair-weather campers and RVers to go year round. It also hascampsites for the most rugged, "Survivorman" types. Locations range from pitching a tent right onthe beach to burying yourself deep in The Everglades, for the more authentic experience. I'vedone both; I've camped out of my car right next to the water and had a fantastic "outdoors"experience, complete with a nice warm shower and a bathroom. I've also made the 8 mile kayakto Cayo Costa into a headwind, against the current, up hill both ways and "roughed it" for aweekend of irreparable sunburn, loss of blood due to mosquitoes, and beetles with saliva so toxicit literally makes your skin boil. Add to that a late night rainstorm that chased all of the no-seeumsinto our tent for cover, and a snack, and I had myself a "Real Florida" experience. Ask me whichone I preferred. Hint: I don't have any nicknames like Bear, Hunter, or Survivorman. The bottom line - for any type of camper, there is a perfect campsite a short drive away. GolfingWho doesn't love golf? You? Oh. Well if you did, then you'd have found yourself another nicheparadise. Naples is home to some of the fanciest, most expensive, most beautiful golf courses inthe country. There is something about deep white bunkers, tall swaying palms, expansive waterhazards weaving through the entire course like a spreading disease, and lush green grass thatmakes you forget about slicing your tee shot on 5 off the roof of a condo. It's his fault for building adwelling there! With numerous WCI courses within a 2-iron's throw away, Greg Norman designed courses, thefamous Naples Beach Club, and hundreds of other courses littering the map from Everglades Cityto Punta Gorda (literally--look at the Google map of the area, there are golf coursesEVERYWHERE), championship golf is never in short supply. Worried about spending your lifesavings on a few rounds of golf? Wait until the summer time, when golf, and everything else inSouth West Florida, is a lot cheaper. Boating
Ah yes, that (hopefully) floating vehicle into which you dump all of your extra income. And whywould you pay that money anywhere but here? Naples is home to some of the grandestwaterways anywhere, and you'll never run out of places to explore and open water to cruise. Theoften calm Gulf of Mexico is perfect for traveling north and south by boat, discovering some of themost unique and private beaches anywhere in the United States. For east and west travel, theNaples area offers a seemingly endless supply of rivers, canals, estuaries, bays, and inlets toexplore with friends and/or family. Almost any of the aforementioned activities can be paired withboating, such as: boating to a campsite; boating to a fishing spot, boating to a golf course(perhaps?), or just boating for the sake of boating. Whether you have an inflatable dinghy or a 75-foot luxury yacht, Naples offers premier boating for all types. And how could I forget the best part? You can use your boat in Naples all year round. The waterrarely gets colder than 65 degrees, and the air is 78 and sunny every day from October to May.And what about from June through September? You'll want to be on the boat even more to cool offin the blazing summer heat. Don't want to have the responsibility of owning your own boat? Rent one occasionally for veryreasonable prices or join one of a dozen boat clubs in the area. There's always an easier way inNaples, as long as you're willing to pay for it. BeachesWhite sand, turquoise water, warm sun, cold drinks, and beautiful women. Or, weekends in SWFlorida. Naples is a jumping off point for all of these things. While the Southern Naples beachesthemselves are often touristy and reflective of the median age in the area, North Naples and upprovides relief from the masses. Doc's Beach House at Bonita Beach is one of dozens ofbeachfront bars and restaurants providing solace to the work week. Traveling north along HickoryBlvd provides more and more perfect gulf beaches and waterways, leading to Ft. Myers Beach,the local spot for the younger crowds to gather en masse amidst a sea of beach front bars andshopping. Continue north to explore Sanibel and Captiva, world-renowned for shelling (what man'sman doesn't love a pristine Fighting Conch) and it's white sand beaches. There is a beach for everybody in or around Naples, as long as you know where to look. The biggest selling pointLiving in Naples will cost you a fraction of what it will cost you in Miami, New York, L.A. or any ofthe big coastal cities. Not to mention, none of your friends are getting waxed and botoxed beforedropping what little of their paycheck they have left over after paying rent on jagerbombs at thebar. Naples is for regular folks like you and I who decided to leave the city life to city folk and enjoythe beach, the weather, and good ol' Mother Nature. So what is all this going to cost you? A 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom home of about 1500 sq ft is starting around $100,000. Yes, one-hundredthousand, I didn't forget any zeros--and deals can be found for MUCH less. Homes like thesewithin a few miles of the beach are going to rise in price, but only to about $200k-$300k. Get within1 mile and that will rise again, but not all that much. How is this all possible? Why are homes socheap? Two reasons: 1.) Naples is recovering from the latest housing crisis, which affected SW Florida worse thanalmost anywhere else in the country.

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