Orlando’s median home price remained unchanged in August 2021 from the prior month – a record-high $320,000

August 2021 Recap

State of the Market

  • Orlando’s median home price remained unchanged in August 2021 from the prior month – a record-high $320,000. The median price is 16% higher than August 2020’s $275,000.
  • Sales fell for a second straight month this summer. In August 2021, sales dropped 4.4% from the previous month.
  • Homes spent just 25 days on the market in August 2021, which is a record low. That is half the time homes spent on the market during the same month in 2020.
  • For a fourth straight month, inventory increased, after reaching its lowest point in April 2021. This is in line with national trends…

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Top 5 Tips for Preparing Your House for Real Estate PhotosIn the new digital age of real estate, 96% of home buyers are finding their new home from online searches and real estate apps and studies have shown that homes for sale in Windermere, FL with more than 30 photos online sell faster and for more money. Obviously it is impossible to know exactly how a house will suit your needs simply by looking at it online, but in many cases buyers are able to eliminate a house from their list if they see something in an online listing that turns them off. Making sure your pictures are professional and appealing to a wide variety of buyers will keep your home on buyers’ lists and have them scheduling a private showing to see if it's the right home for them.

So what makes a good real estate picture and how can you…

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If you are thinking about selling your home but know it is in need of repairs, figuring out where to start and what to prioritize can be a daunting task. While there are many strategies for where to start and how to sell a home that needs some work, there are some basic considerations that will help in any situation. Let's take a look at some recommendations for how to sell a home that needs some renovations. 

Sell The Home “As-Is”

Selling a home “as-is” saves you from having to make any costly repairs or spending time off of the market to get the home ready to sell. What the buyer sees is what they get when they come to do a showing and out in an offer. While they may still want to do an inspection to ensure the structure of the home is in good…

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What millenials are looking for in HomesBuying a house is an exciting time in a person’s life, especially if they’re a first-time buyer. As a first-time buyer, people dream up all sorts of things that they want in their dream home, but those wants aren’t necessarily the same for every age group. Realtors are taking note of these differences and you might be surprised by how their priorities differ from one another. 

Let’s take a look at some of the features Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z are searching for in a house. If you’re thinking about selling your home, knowing these priority differences might help you anticipate what kind of buyer your home would appeal to. 

Generation X (born between 1965 to 1980)

Buyers who fall into the Gen X age group are nearing retirement age and their…

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