Naples, FL, January 26, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Given its well-earned moniker as a consumer-top-pick among realtors in Naples and in particular the Vanderbilt Beach area, is it any wonder that South Bay Realty is again setting the bar for its competition in this community. Regularly seeking to break down barriers that impede aggregate indigenous growth in real estate value has been a proven success formula for South Bay. This holistic approach to marketing has not only behooved South Bay over the years but also this community’s investors, residents and the local market at large.
South Bay’s latest example of staying ahead of the rivalry amidst a competitive frenzy over newer home transactions comes in the form of renewed visibility. Reintroducing pioneer properties such as Vanderbilt Gulfside and Villas of Vanderbilt Beach that have blazed the trail for the jewel that Naples has become is South Bay’s most recent stealth maneuver; One that has already prompted payout.
Case in point is South Bay’s December 30, 2013 sale of 10691 Gulf Shore Drive in Vanderbilt Shores-The Barcelona for a whopping $1,850,000 unfurnished! The top price ever paid for a building on Vanderbilt Beach constructed before the year 2000. A 9th floor 3 bed / 2 bath unit with approximately 2000 square feet of living space with a spectacular Gulf view. Recently renovated by 41 WEST General Contractors Company, who proudly notes that “their client was clearly ahead of the curve with a contemporary beach design theme,” and Christopher Evans Design whose vision from inception was “to bring a contemporary, metropolitan look that would juxtapose perfectly with the beautiful unobstructed Gulf views.”
The artistic labor of these companies coupled with seller vision and the sales and marketing prowess of South Bay Realty’s Athena Pappas-Robare was clearly a winning combination for the buyer and their agent, Angie Curkovic of Equity Realty.
When it comes to marketing, taking the road less traveled is nothing new for South Bay Realty who has proven time and time again that actions do speak louder than words. “Creatively contributing to a healthy and prosperous market for the benefit of sellers, buyers, investors and the realtors that support them, remains at the forefront of all we do.”