Lakeland FL Real Estate Update for 02/01-02/15/2010

Managing Real Estate Broker with Lakeland Real Estate Group, Inc. BK646565

Update for the Lakeland FL real estate market! There are 1923 homes for sale throughout Lakeland, Florida – as of 02/19/10. While Lakeland homes inventory remains stable, newly listed homes for the period of February 1st through February 15th increased by 16.75% to 203 Lakeland homes for sale. The average sales price of Lakeland homes listed with area Realtors® increased to $165,715 from my previous report.

The types of homes and average prices for sale in Lakeland, Florida according to the Multiple Listing Services (MLS) are as follows:

3 duplex units with a sales price of $48,267

6 condos listed with an average sales price of $141,417

18 mobile homes listed with an average sales price of $62,678

5 Townhomes/Villas listed with an average sales price of $107,440

171 single family homes with an average price of $181,178

Lakeland’s newest homes listed! The priciest and also currently the most expensive home on the market in Lakeland is this 2008 McQuillen custom built pool home which features 6 bedrooms and 5 ½ baths with over 6,700 square feet of living space of the main house and is located in the Crescent Woods community. Its current list price is $2,100,000.  On the contrary, the cheapest Lakeland home newly listed is a HUD bank owned 2 bedrooms 1 baths home listed for $15,000 – just under $15.00 per square foot – located in the Valencia Heights subdivision.

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Anja Kerstens
Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage - Morgan Hill, CA
GRI, CDPE, CHS, ASP, Selling Silicon Valley Real

Nice update Petra.  Our housing market has stabilized too with fewer homes added to inventory and prices increasing slightly.  The prices here in California are a lot higher though; $305,000 for a single family home.  

The "funny" thing is that we have a home listed for sale in our market, however, it can't be previewed.  When I wanted to make an appointment for my clients I was told by the listing agent that it was on hold until the homeowner and bank came to an agreement. I suspect that this short sale is not really for sale.  Anything like that happening in your market?

Feb 22, 2010 08:08 AM #1
How could any of this be betetr stated? It couldn't.
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