We Buy Houses in Naples

In Any Condition – Price Range – Or Location 
Sell Your Naples, Florida House Quickly For CASH and without hassle or obligations.  PROMISE!

 

If you are on this site, obviously you have a Naples real estate for sale you want or need to sell quickly because of the stress of burden it’s causing or you just want to “be done” with a property.

We are currently looking to buy houses with cash in the Naples area including all of Collier County and since we can pay with cash, we are able to close very quickly or simply on your time frame.  We are the local We Buy Houses Naples that gives you an all cash offer but more importantly treat you FAIR.

If you want to sell your Naples house… we’re ready to give you a fair all-cash offer.

Working out a deal is creating a WIN WIN for you and us.  By the way… we don’t want to list your home, we want to BUY real estate property here in South Florida, both residential houses or apartments.

We Buy Houses in all Collier County including Naples – in any condition… as-is… NO TRICKS OR GIMMICKS


History of Naples

Naples was founded in the late 1880s, just after the Civil War, by Walter Haldeman and General John Stuart.  The area grew notoriety from promoters who claimed the views were better than the bay of Naples, Italy.  Tourists were the first to explore the area, for its abundant hunting, fishing, and the warm climate.  The first structures that Haldeman and Williams built were the Naples Hotel and the Naples pier.  Several cottages were built in Naples early days, many of which can still be seen today.

The Naples Company, that was formed in Naples infancy years, started to have financial problems and eventually went broke.  Haldeman was able to still manage the community after this.

Tourism started to increase rapidly in the late 1920s, with the arrival of arrival of snowbirds by newly built railways (the only way to reach Naples at the time other than by boat).  Barron Collier, an advertising magnate, would eventually provide enough funding to connect the famous Tamiami Trail, which linked Tampa and Miami.  The Collier family was an integral part of shaping Southwest Florida, for more than 100 years.

Following WWII, Naples began to boom.  Many mangrove swamps were dredged resulting in newly developed building lots.  Because of the sport and climate, Naples found itself home to upscale developments such as The Moorings and Port Royal.  Naples steadily grew until 1960, when Hurricane Donna devastated the area.  There were no human casualties, but many of the original structures were lost in the 150+ mph winds.  Due to the influx of insurance money to policy holders, growth continued again, making Collier County one of the fastest growing areas in the United States.