Karen & Brian Carey

The Carey Team - Realtors

Illustrated Properties Village Walk



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About Karen & Brian Carey

The Carey Team
Their philosophy is simple – “We’re real estate matchmakers, not pushy sales people.” They listen to understand your needs and are committed to helping you achieve your goals. In addition, they remain very involved throughout the process to ensure a successful transaction. Brian and Karen enjoy living in Naples and sharing their knowledge with newcomers. They love what they do and believe their experience, knowledge and friendly style leads to happy and satisfied customers!

Brian and Karen Carey have been proud residents of Naples, Florida since 1998. Originally from Chicago, sunny skies and warm weather brought them to Naples where they raised 2 of their 4 children. Brian has been a Florida Realtor since 2004 and has sold over 250 homes. Prior to living in Florida, Brian had an 18 year career in banking in corporate trust management. Karen began her real estate career in the mid 80’s in Illinois where she sold residential property in the town of Homewood. Karen’s diverse professional background includes banking and small business ownership. Brian and Karen work together as a team providing a full range of real estate services, including resale, new home sales, and rentals.

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Frequently Asked Questions - Village Walk of Naples Community

Frequently asked Questions of Brian and Karen Carey, Realtors, Illustrated Properties - Village Walk on- site office 239-216-8826 What does the HOA fee cover? The largest budget item in VW is for

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Odds of Selling in "Season"

Season is the busiest time in Naples, as measured by the increased population from January through April.  Add to that the number of hotel visitors and family and friends staying with residents

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