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Year over year sales were off again last month, but only by 9%. New contracts however were up by nearly 14% compared to a year ago, so I expect July sales will see a nice increase. Inventory is becoming our biggest issue as we saw a 19% decline in all homes available for sale. The decline in inve...
Enjoy this virtual Open House, and take a video walk through this elegant home in Lake Nona's Medical City. 13018 Stoddart Ave is located in Laureate Park, and features a 4/3.5 main home plus a 1/1 garage apartment over the three car garage. For a self guided 3D walk through https://rem.ax/2ZOzv5...
We all have apps for entertainment, work and even to make our lives a little easier. We even have apps for real estate. A real estate app can only go so far though, and can never replace an experience agent. Anyone who is really serious about making a move, whether selling or buying, should get i...
As expected, Orlando saw pretty big drop in sales last month due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We saw lower sales and lower inventory as buyers and sellers alike followed the safer at home order. Sales dropped by 28%, and inventory continued its long decline dropping by 3%. The one interesting stati...
One of the rules I live by is 'trust your gut'. If you don't feel like your real estate agent is looking out for your interests, they probably aren't. When you are purchasing real estate, your agent should make sure you are informed about all the different types of inspections relevant to the pro...
With Orlando and the entire state of Florida currently under stay at home orders, I am expecting to see a pretty big drop in sales with a corresponding increase in inventory for April, but March was business as usual in the City Beautiful. Sales were only up about 2%, but prices jumped nearly 8% ...
Sales and prices were up on again on strong demand and low supply. In fact the inventory of homes available for sale has declined 17% compared to a year ago. We are still waiting to see what impact the Covid-19 pandemic will have, but with such low inventory I don't see a big impact on prices jus...
Sales are climbing, inventory is dropping, and prices are rising. More of the same here in Orlando. Our real estate market is really hot right now, and if you are thinking at all about selling, there is no reason to wait for the spring selling season. Check out this brief video breaking down the ...
There really could not be a better time to put your Orlando property on the market. Inventory is down 10% from a year ago, and demand continues to grow despite the lack of available homes. Sales and prices both climbed 3% compared to last year. Check out this quick video with the #OrlandoRealEsta...
Check out this brief video breaking down the #OrlandoRealEstate market results for October 2019. Sales were down very slightly on lower inventory. Prices however, continue to see gains on strong demand for housing in The City Beautiful.