Immokalee Real Estate

Immokalee has seen its share of hunters, trappers, cowmen and missionaries since it was first settled in the late 1800s. Its name means “my home” in the Seminole language, a nod to one of two Indian tribes that occupied the area - the ancient Calusa tribe were early occupants. As the largest inland community in Collier County, it has a thriving agriculture industry. Large farms produce a large amount of the United State's fresh produce in the growing season from November-April. Immokalee's walkable downtown features the First Street Zocalo, a plaza including benches, shaded areas and a bandstand. Enjoy a little R&R while exploring the quaint town's shops and restaurants. Since undergoing a successful environmental restoration, Lake Trafford is regaining its previous status as a top bass fishing destination.

Immokalee - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Immokalee: $405,600 / County Avg $1,707,700

12%

Avg Taxes in Immokalee: $2,200 / County Avg $6,000

18%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Immokalee: 2,081 / County Avg 2,232

47%

Avg Price per/sqft in Immokalee:$195 / County Avg $765

25%

Avg Walkscore in Immokalee: 24 / County Avg 22

56%

Avg Year Built in Immokalee: 1995 / County Avg 2000

50%

Avg Days on Website in Immokalee: 113 / County Avg 91

62%

Immokalee Real Estate Market Health

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Areas in Immokalee FL
NA36 - East Collier N-O 75