Ronto Group is offering Developer Close Out pricing and other benefits to purchasers of the five remaining Building III residences at Naples Square, a walkable/bikeable community being developed by Ronto at 5th Avenue South and Goodlette-Frank Road in downtown Naples. Pricing for the remaining five Building III residences has been reduced by $50,000 to $125,000 based on each unit’s square footage. Purchasers will also receive two years of pre-paid assessments for the Condominium and Master Associations of Naples Square, a combined value of $21,000. Ronto will also extend its Developer Warranty on these remaining residences to two years. Building III sales contracts nearing $80 million have been processed. Three previously sold Building III furnished models remain available for viewing with a sales associate.
From the natural wonders to the creative feats, southwest Florida has something for every luxury traveler.
While a lot of people think of Miami and the Keys as the destinations for a great Florida vacation, the Paradise Coast area of the Sunshine State has become one of the most popular places to visit for luxury travelers. With sandy white beaches, great restaurants and shopping, plenty of museums and parks and, of course, lots of great golf courses, there’s something for everyone who’s looking to relax in refinement. In fact, so many people fall in love with it that they end up deciding to buy a home there, like in the luxurious Naples Square community, which is located in the downtown area of the small-yet-bustling city. With help from The Ronto Group, one of Southern Florida’s top real estate developers, here are all the top reasons to visit – and stay – in Naples and the surrounding areas.
Many people aren’t sure what condo or HOA fees actually pay for.
If you’re in the market for a new home in Florida, you already know about the perks like the great views and warm weather. But then comes the stressful part – figuring out how to get the most out of the money you’re about to spend. There’s a common concern with prospective buyers in the state who see great condos but feel like the associated fees (sometimes called homeowner association fees) are too high and that they’ll just end up paying for perks they don’t need or won’t use.
Baby boomers entering their golden years aren’t necessarily following the trends of their predecessors.
Every day, 10,000 baby boomers hit the retirement age of 65. In fact, there are over 70 million people in the retirement age range living in the United States right now, with a huge portion of them already out of the workforce and many more planning to join them soon. Many of the boomers are enjoying their golden years in new and surprising ways. Here are just a few examples of how they’re changing the face of retirement as we know it.