Bonita Springs & Estero Real Estate Markets Active After Hurricane

BONITA SPRINGS — According to the Bonita Springs-Estero Association of REALTORS® (BEAR) Media Committee, post-storm inventory has not shown a large decrease specifically due to homes affected by Hurricane Irma.

“Comparing inventory on Aug. 31 with inventory as of Sept. 22, we’re seeing just a 10 percent decrease,” stated Jerry Murphy, managing broker, Downing-Frye, Bonita Springs. “This decrease only represents homes indicated with a ‘withdrawn’ status, meaning these homes were withdrawn from an active status most likely due to a temporary situation.”

An example of a temporary situation might be foliage and tree debris from the storm inside communities, which may prevent buyers from entering the community until cleanup is completed, or a minor repair such as pool cage screening.

Overall, Bonita Springs and Estero homes did not see major structural damage from Hurricane Irma. This is likely due to homes that were built in the last 15 years with improved construction standards that were updated post Hurricane Andrew.
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Author: Dominick Tascher Group - Blog

Naples to Estero Real Estate Blog by Dominick Tascher Group at MVP Realty brings to the public the latest information about real estate news and trends, market reports, new communities and also topics related to living in the paradise of SW Florida; Naples, Bonita Springs, Estero and South Fort Myers.

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