The Orlando housing market enjoyed healthy January-to-January comparison increases in both sales and median price as we head into the annual home buying season, reports the Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association.
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Orlando’s 2014 annual median home price ($164,000) finished a healthy 9.61 percent higher than the 2013 annual median price ($149,627), thanks to a full 12 months of price increases. Click here to read the full article.
After a boom, a bust, and a bounce, housing finally gets back to "normal." Housing should be a drama-free zone in 2015. Click here to read more.
Declining interest rates and swelling inventory have contributed to another month of increased home sales in the Orlando area, reports the Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association.
“Buyers who are inclined to put their home search on hold during the traditionally slow real estate months may want to rethink their strategy,” says ORRA Chairman Zola Szerencses, Keller Williams Heritage Realty. “With the average interest rate at its lowest point in 18 months — 4.01 percent — plus an inventory plumped up with new foreclosures, our winter housing market has many gifts to offer buyers.” Click here to read more.
Orlando’s swelling inventory of homes available for purchase is helping meet pent-up demand and spurred a whopping 18 percent jump in sales in October, reports the Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association. In addition to the jump in sales, the median price of Orlando homes sold in October rose nearly 4 percent compared to October 2013. Click here to read more.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Buying a home may have gotten a little easier this week. With the financial crisis and subprime mortgage bust receding further into history, the government is loosening some financial rules, hoping to inject more life into the country's still-recovering housing market. Click here to read more.