Guess what? Affluent people are moving to Naples and Collier County. If anybody had doubts about it, Forbes topped Collier County as the #1 on the list.
"Topping the list: Collier County, Fla., which includes the city of Naples. Tax returns accounting for 15,150 people showed moves to Collier County from other parts of the country in 2008, the latest year for which IRS data is available. Their average reported income: $76,161 per person--equivalent to $304,644 for a family of four. Although slightly more taxpayers moved out of Collier County than into it, the departing residents' average income came out to just $26,128 per person." says Forbes.
Money is moving to Naples... Quiet money... It is not surprising, Naples has to offer a lot! Pristine beaches, hundred of manicured golf courses, cultural events, gorgeous restaurants and shopping areas and more than 3oo days of sunshine per year.
Naples real estate is also very attractive for affluent buyers who want to live an exclusive lifestyle, still respecting their privacy, with many upscale golf communities or waterfront properties.
View the Forbes.com article....