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ORLANDO MEDIAN PRICE RISES IN OCTOBER WHILE SALES AND INVENTORY DROP

October 2019 Recap

Orlando’s housing market in recorded a 6% year-over-year increase in median price and a small 1% decrease in sales in October. The inventory of homes available for purchase appears to be back on a declining trend, with a decrease (5%) for the third consecutive month.

“Low inventory translates into opportunity for sellers,” says Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association President Jeffrey M. Fagan, Watson Realty Corp. “Declining interest rates mean greater purchasing power, which is alluring to buyers, and our local demand is illustrated by an 8 percent increase in pending sales for October.”

“The holidays and wintertime are actually excellent times to list a

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ORLANDO MEDIAN PRICE GAINS WHILE INVENTORY DROPS AND SALES HOLD STEADY

Orlando’s housing market in August saw both its largest increase (+9%) in year-over-year median price and its first inventory decline (-2%) in 2019. Sales were up a tiny fraction (+0.1) compared to August 2018.

“Orlando’s ongoing challenge with the lower-price range categories, which have solid demand and insufficient supply, is consequently pushing up home prices,” says Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association President Jeffrey M. Fagan, Watson Realty Corp. “In addition, while our local economic indicators — particularly very favorable interest rates — point toward a housing strong market, low supply that leaves first-time homebuyers with few options is restraining sales up the

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ORLANDO MEDIAN PRICE AND INVENTORY RISE AS SALES SLIP IN JUNE

Orlando’s housing market enjoyed year-over-year increases in both median price and inventory in June, while sales took a bit of a slide during the peak of our traditional homebuying season. 
 
“We are expecting June’s 2% decline in sales to reverse itself in the coming months as families seek to close on their new homes before the start of the school year,” says Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association President Jeffrey M. Fagan, Watson Realty Corp. “In addition, we anticipate an eagerness to take advantage of favorable conditions such as falling mortgage rates and small-but-steady increases in the inventory of homes available for purchase in the Orlando area.” 

June Housing Market

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Real Estate Market Update

Orlando's housing market cools in advance of summer

 

April 2019 Recap

After 93 months of consecutive year-over-year increases in median price, the Orlando housing market saw its first decline in April. The decrease was only 1% but it comes at the start of our traditional summer selling season, which typically sees jumps in both median price and sales.

According to the latest monthly report from the Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association, the median price (the figure at which half of the homes sold for more and half sold for less) was $235,000.

The report also shows 3,315 homes were sold in April compared to 3,371 for a 2% decrease. The decline can be

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Central Florida Real Estate News
March 2019

March 2019 Recap

The Orlando housing market saw its median price continue a years-long upward trek with an economically healthy 3 percent year-over-year increase in February. Sales dipped a fraction and inventory increased for the fourth consecutive month, just in time for the start of Orlando’s homebuying season. 

“March and April typically herald the beginning of our most active period, when a great many prospective buyers begin getting serious about being settled into a home before the new school year,” says Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association President Jeffrey M. Fagan, Watson Realty Corp. “Despite a decrease in year-over-year sales, greater inventory combined with moderated prices

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