Orlando home sales, median price on the rise in November while inventory drops Orlando’s housing market in recorded 3% year-over-year increases in both median price and sales in November. The association’s data also show that the inventory of homes available for purchase declined for the fourth consecutive month, with November’s 10% drop the steepest of
Orlando median price rises in October while sales and inventory drop 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
Orlando median price and sales both rise in September; inventory dips Orlando’s housing market in September recorded year-over-year increases in both sales (7%) and median price (5%). The inventory of homes available for purchase, however, saw a second consecutive decline after nine months of positive postings.
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 home sales rebound in time for the first day of school Orlando home sales saw a healthy rebound in July, just in time for families to be settled into their new homes for the start of the school year. The number of transactions improved by 7% compared to July of 2018, while both median
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.
Orlando sales heat up as the summer homebuying season kicks in Encouraged by continued low interest rates and a favorable economy that is drawing droves of new residents to Orlando, area homebuyers pushed sales into positive territory for the month of May. Home sales jumped by nearly 11 percent compared to May 2018, which is
Orlando’s housing market cools in advance of summer 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.
Orlando’s median home price and inventory maintain upward pattern in March The Orlando housing market enjoyed a 2% increase in median price for the month of March, while year-over-year inventory rose 5% and experienced its fifth consecutive month of increase. Sales dropped 11% compared to last year.
Orlando’s median home price and inventory rise while sales decline in February 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 again dipped and inventory increased for the fourth consecutive month, just in time for the start of Orlando’s homebuying