Naples New Construction Listings

The Naples Condo Boutique Team has toured the various new construction options in Naples and can assist in refining and pinpointing your search for a new construction property.  Our information rich, low pressure approach offers a value-added resource to property search.  Read more about Naples new construction. 

Naples New Construction Properties For Sale

Naples New Construction Properties For Sale March 1, 2024
390
Listed
89
Avg. DOM
$1,071.58
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$1,824,500
Med. List Price
390 Properties
Page 1 of 33
$625,000
Neighborhood: Naples 701
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,675
Sq.Ft.
2000
Year Built
1
Day on Site
224020469
MLS
$895,999
Neighborhood: Golden Gate Estates
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,923
Sq.Ft.
2023
Year Built
2
Days on Site
224016394
MLS
$7,999,000
Neighborhood: Pine Ridge
4
Beds
4F21/2
Baths
4,638
Sq.Ft.
2024
Year Built
2
Days on Site
223003403
MLS
$12,299,000
Neighborhood: Olde Naples
4
Beds
4F31/2
Baths
4,534
Sq.Ft.
2025
Year Built
2
Days on Site
224015957
MLS
$6,950,000
Neighborhood: Moorings
4
Beds
4F21/2
Baths
3,943
Sq.Ft.
2024
Year Built
2
Days on Site
222019477
MLS
Open 3/1
595 S 16th Ave Naples,  FL 34102
$16,750,000
Neighborhood: Aqualane Shores
6
Beds
5F21/2
Baths
5,883
Sq.Ft.
2024
Year Built
2
Days on Site
224019740
MLS
$1,299,900
Neighborhood: Acreage
3,826
Sq.Ft.
2024
Year Built
2
Days on Site
224020044
MLS
$529,900
Neighborhood: Golden Gate Estates
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,604
Sq.Ft.
2024
Year Built
2
Days on Site
224014024
MLS
$1,650,000
Neighborhood: Naples Park
5
Beds
3
Baths
2,227
Sq.Ft.
2024
Year Built
2
Days on Site
224020236
MLS
$519,000
Neighborhood: Golden Gate Estates
3
Beds
2
Baths
1,565
Sq.Ft.
2024
Year Built
2
Days on Site
224019071
MLS
$945,000
Neighborhood: Golden Gate Estates
4
Beds
3
Baths
2,204
Sq.Ft.
2024
Year Built
2
Days on Site
224020229
MLS
Open 3/2
609 N 93rd Ave Naples,  FL 34108
$1,900,000
Neighborhood: Naples Park
4
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
1,946
Sq.Ft.
2024
Year Built
2
Days on Site
224020255
MLS

More About Naples New Construction

Why You Need a Realtor for New Construction Purchases

New construction is a great option for many home buyers — you can select your lot, customize your finishes and live in a pristine home that most likely won’t require upgrades any time soon. One common misconception about new construction, however, is that you don’t need to work with a realtor. Having someone on your side throughout this process is key. We’ve listed four reasons below why a realtor can ensure an optimal result in purchasing your new construction property.

Your real estate agent represents you

While the salesperson at a model home is helpful and can certainly manage the sale for you, ultimately that person is employed by the builder. Because their goal is to generate as many sales as possible for the builder and at the highest price, this may not always work to your advantage, especially if you don’t want to feel pressured into purchasing a property. In contrast, your realtor is contractually obligated to represent you and your best interests, protecting your rights and advising you on the market, any neighborhood dynamics and potential resale values.

Your realtor can save you money

Working with a realtor can save you money on a number of fronts. First a realtor typically has a good sense of the best time to buy and if he/she works with a number of builders may also have insights on when they are more willing to negotiate a more aggressive deal or discount. Second, your new construction realtor can help with the negotiation of one of the biggest benefits of buying new construction — the customizations. An experienced realtor has a good sense of the wholesale price of many upgrades and alterations and can assist in streamlining this process for you. Many builders only advertise the base price of their homes — not necessarily the model home you tour with all the premium finishes. Realtors can also guide you on recommendations for negotiating the inclusion of items that appeal to a large number of buyers, ensuring the highest return on investment. If you have a strict budget, your agent can also advise you on what items to include now such as a basement rather than upgraded flooring or a bonus room that are easier to add later. Finally your realtor comes at no additional cost to you since the builder is paying your agent’s sales commission.

Your realtor can help with the contract paperwork, inspections and contingencies

The purchase of a new construction home involves a lot of paperwork. Your agent reviews the paperwork and contracts to ensure you are getting what is promised. A typical contract is authored by the builder in a manner that favors the builder. Your agent can assist with contingencies and even recommending legal counsel to add language to the contract that will guard against any complications should something go wrong. In addition to filing the paperwork and keeping the process moving, your agent can also assist in setting up an inspection to ensure all aspects of your new home from the plot to the foundation to the exteriors to the septic system are sound.

An agent can help you select the right neighborhood and builder

Your agent most likely has worked with a number of builders and can put this knowledge to work for you in finding a builder you trust as well as one that fits your budget and personal aesthetic. Realtors are familiar with a builder’s quality of workmanship, warranties and overall responsiveness in responding to customer issues. Because they don’t work for the builders, realtors have an objective view in reviewing this information with buyers versus the builder’s agent who just wants to sell as many homes as possible in a short time. Once you’ve settled on a builder, a skilled agent will work with you to help you select the best lot, the right community for your lifestyle as well as the features you want in a neighborhood. In some cases the community you select will dictate the builder but again, your realtor can help you understand the trade-offs.

Given that a home is one of the largest purchases you’ll make in your lifetime, it’s critical to have a trained professional on your side as you navigate the process to finding and creating your dream home.

The Pros and Cons of New Construction

Today’s new construction homes are an attractive option in any home search. Before building a home, however, it’s critical to explore the pros and cons of building your dream home versus buying an existing property. It’s also critical to acknowledge that any purchase of a new home includes costs as well as stress as you move through the process.

New Construction PROS:

Personalization

Perhaps the biggest reason buyers move forward with new construction is the ability to customize and make the home your own. Building from the ground up allows you to work with your builder to select flooring, counters, cabinets, as well as the floor plan and designs that accommodate your lifestyle. A brand-new home also incorporates a modern floor plan that optimizes open spaces and natural lighting as well as ensures there is no wasted space on rooms you won’t use. Home offices, an exercise room, as well as overall larger bathrooms and closets are mainstays of newer home designs.

It’s new!

Even meticulously maintained homes still have some dings that paint can’t cover or aging appliances that may need to be replaced. By definition, your new home comes equipped with the latest appliances, windows, roof, etc, along with the warranties that should protect you for at least a year, be they manufacturer or builder plans.

Endless Amenities

Southwest Florida is particularly well known for building communities with over-the-top amenities so when you buy a new home, you buy experiences as well as a property.Typical on-site options include swimming pools, a fully-equipped fitness center, multi-sports complexes, walking trails, and golf and/or tennis and pickleball. Newer communities are also offering spas and concierge services, including services such as grooming, boarding, and parks expressly for pets. In addition, many communities employ a fulltime lifestyle director to maintain an active social calendar of activities that allow residents to engage with each other and better enjoy the community.

Environmental efficiency

New homes are by definition more energy-efficient and incorporate the latest technology which translates to lower utility costs as well as less maintenance. As well as helping to maintain the environment, you don’t need to worry about major repairs on older infrastructure and appliances. Your insurance rates are also likely to be less than what you would pay for an older home.

Lower Costs

In addition to avoiding the costs of repairs and operating a more energy-efficient home, the initial cost of building a home can be a bit less according to the National Association of Realtors - especially if you proactively take steps to lower the construction costs and minimize custom finishes.

New Construction CONS:

Design limitations

The flip side of customizing your new home is that if you’re building in a specific development or complex, the builder may have you choose from a set number of designs that are based on what is most appealing to the market. While many options are still customizable, the overall layout may be very similar to other homes in the area

Contractor challenges

Building a home is a big project and not for the faint of heart. Working with contractors to make all the decisions involved in new construction can be challenging with the potential for delays, miscommunication, and even cost overruns. Even careful planning with strict budgets and timelines don’t prepare you for the expenses you didn’t anticipate or materials that may end up costing more than originally planned. In addition, if you haven’t been through the process before, balancing the details of the construction process with work and family can also be stressful.

Costs

Not surprisingly, costs can be both a pro AND a con. While building a home can initially be less expensive, loans traditionally will have a higher interest rate than a conventional mortgage. You also have to factor in permits and many customizations and upgrades can send your budget soaring. And, if you have to rent a place while you’re waiting for your new home to be completed, you need to include this cost in your budget as well.

Time

While you may save time on the hunt for a new home, avoiding the open houses and online research that are the scourge of many searches, you still have to wait for your new home to be finished. According to the U.S. Census, the average time to build a new home from start to finish is seven months. Weather issues can delay construction as well as influence the timely securing of materials, adding to your wait.

Smaller lots and landscaping

According to Forbes, many newer homes are built on smaller lots than most older homes, making it increasingly rare to get that backyard you had as a kid and envisioned for your family. Landscaping choices can also take a while to fully mature from a green lawn to trees and flowering plants that may take years to grow.

While there is nothing like walking into your newly built dream home for the first time, it’s still important to weigh all of the different factors involved in new construction before deciding that new construction is for you.

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