SW Florida Condos and High-Rise Communities
There are many types of condos and high-rises in SW Florida. There are inland condo communities that are part of master planned communities, oceanfront high-rise communities and everything in between. You can live in coach homes, duplexes, townhouses… you name it and SW Florida has it when it comes to multi-unit housing.
At any one time, there are thousands of condos for sale in Lee and Collier county so rest assured, there are plenty of options to meet any taste or desire.
Condominium Price Ranges
When it comes to condominiums in SW Florida, the range of prices is staggering. You can purchase a 1-2 bedroom condo for around $100,000 or a 5 bedroom, 7 bath penthouse for $17,000,000. In fact, some of the most expensive condominium buildings in Florida can be found in Naples, Fl.
What is Your Lifestyle?
When looking for your condo you must ask yourself a number of questions:
Do I want to live on the beach? Do I want to live on the intracoastal waterway? Do I want to live in a golf community? Gated community? Amenity-rich, master-planned community? There are so many different types of these communities in this region that it can be overwhelming.
The good news is that there is literally something for everyone.
Current Condo Market
This section will break down many of the condo communities that exist in Lee and Collier counties. Understand that it is difficult to cover all of the condo communities in this area. There are simply too many. However, our lists of communities, broken down by the cities of Fort Myers, Estero, Bonita Springs and Naples, do cover a large range of these communities and represent many different neighborhood types from golf communities, luxury beachfront and even standalone condo developments.
Keep in mind that the current 2021 real estate market in SW Florida is booming. With Covid-19 starting to slowly dissipate in the minds of home buyers, this area of Florida is seeing an incredible seller’s market with condos and single family homes often being sold over the asking price and after multiple bids.
Finding the perfect unit may require a little patience and perhaps a little flexibility on the part of the buyer.