Naples is located in Collier County in Southwest Florida. Collier County is
bordered by Monroe, Miami Dade, Broward, Hendry, and Lee counties. Naples is also located along the Gulf of Mexico, which accounts
for tourism being the city's largest industry. Naples is home to many hotels and shopping opportunities catered to the city's many
tourists. Naples is particularly attractive to older people and those living up north who wish to relocate somewhere warm for the
winter. As a result, Naples is more populated during the winter season. Many of Naple's population are second home owners, making
it an affluent area. Real estate is also a major industry, and home prices are comparatively higher here than in the rest of
Florida. Naples's top employers are District School Board of Collier County, NCH Healthcare System, Collier County, Collier County
Sherriff, The Home Depot, and Ritz Carlton.
Naples is in South West Florida. It's population as recorded in
the 2010 Census was 19,537. Naples is approximately 31 miles from Cape Coral (population
154,305) and around 35 miles from Lehigh Acres (population 86,784).
The median age for residents of Naples is 64.2. Around 10.7% of
Naples households include school aged children and 61.9% of households include individuals aged 65 years or over. Census records
indicate 93.3% of the Naples population are White, 4.1% are Black or African American, .1% American Indian, .6% Asian and 1% are Two
or more Races.
There are 17,753 housing units in Naples. 7,522 (42.3%) of these were reported as vacant in the 2010 Census.
Naples is a tourist destination, 77.5% (5,830) of it's vacant housing units were classed as seasonal, recreational or for
occasional use. There are 2,764 residential rental units in Naples. 2,219 of them were occupied in 2010 providing a residential
rental vacancy rate of 18.2%.
The median household income in this part of Florida is $82,720.
The bottom 10% of the population earn less than $27,492 per year.
The top 10% earn more than $311,028 per year. The top 1%
earn more than $798,306 per year.
Most renters earn
between $33,732 (20th percentile)
and $63,132 (80th percentile) per year.
The median monthly rent in this part of Florida is $1,069.
Most renters earn
and $5,261 per month.
They typically spend 31% of their monthly income on rent.
Most rents fall in the $816 (20th percentile)
to $1,545 (80th percentile) range.
The residential vacancy rate is 8%.