Orlando Median Home Price Jumps 13 percent in January Orlando’s median home price continued along its upward trajectory in January while sales held steady with a 0.5 percent increase compared to January of 2017, reports the Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association.
Orlando housing market ends 2017 with increases in both cumulative sales and median price Orlando home sales completed during 2017 finished out at 37,198, which is 3.8 percent above the cumulative sales total of 35,829 for 2016. By comparison, annual sales in 2016 were 1.9 percent greater than in 2015. In addition, Orlando’s annual median
Orlando home sales, median price both rise in November Sales of Orlando homes posted positive increases in November, an indicator that the housing market has recovered nicely from closing delays caused by Hurricane Irma, reports the Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association. Sales increased by 8 percent in November when compared to the same month last year.
Orlando home sales bounce back one month after Hurricane Irma Sales of Orlando homes posted positive increases in October, just one month after Hurricane Irma hit the pause button on housing transactions. Sales increased by 7 percent in October when compared to October of last year, and increased by 14 percent when compared to last
Hurricane Irma contributes to September drop in Orlando home sales Hurricane Irma helped drive Orlando’s home sales down by nearly 20 percent in September compared to September of last year, reports the Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association. In addition, sales decreased by almost 30 percent when compared to last month.
Orlando median price rises as home sales slow in July The median price of Orlando homes sold during the month of July increased almost 7 percent while sales decreased 0.2 percent compared to July 2016. Inventory continued its year-over-year slide and is down 15 percent compared to July 2016.
Orlando median price, sales on the rise as inventory slide decelerates The median price of Orlando homes sold during the month of June increased more than 7 percent while sales likewise climbed nearly 8 percent compared to June 2016. Inventory continued its year-over-year slide but registered the smallest decline this year: 14 percent.
Sales and median price increase as interest rate dips during peak home buying season Orlando home sales increased 14 percent in May compared to May of 2016 while the median price jumped 7.4 percent. Inventory continued its year-over-year slide and dropped by 16.8 percent, but a small relief was found in the 1.2 percent increase
Orlando median home price continues upward climb as sales and inventory dip Orlando home sales declined 4 percent in April compared to April of 2016, in large part the result of sustained declines in the number of homes available for purchase. Orlando’s skimpy inventory also continued to push prices upwards, with the area’s year-over-year median
Sales activity versus available inventory drive Orlando’s supply of homes to its lowest point since 2013 Buyer activity during the month of March pushed the supply of homes available for purchase in Orlando to just 2.48 months’ worth, the lowest since May of 2013 and swinging the market pendulum further towards favoring sellers.