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.
Orlando median price jumps 11 percent while sales hold steady, inventory plummets The Orlando housing market experienced a 10.8 percent increase in median price and a 0.3 percent increase in sales in February amid a 21 percent decline in the number of homes available for purchase.
Orlando home sales increase 2 percent as median price jumps 11 percent in January The Orlando housing market experienced increases in both median price and sales in January, while the pool of homes available for purchase shrank by 21 percent in comparison to January of last year.
Orlando housing market ends 2016 with increases in cumulative median price and sales Orlando’s 2016 annual median price ($200,000) is a healthy 12.0 percent higher than the 2015 annual median price ($178,500), thanks to another 12 months of year-over-year price increases. Sales for 2016 finished out at 35,780 and squeaks in at 1.8 percent above
Orlando home sales, median price increase along with mortgage rate in November Orlando home sales experienced a 7 percent year-over-year jump in November, along with an 9 percent increase in median price. The average interest rate paid by an Orlando homebuyer is November is 3.82 percent, up from 3.57 percent.
Orlando median price continues its upward trend as sales and inventory slip The median price of Orlando area homes rose 14 percent year-over-year in October. Meanwhile, sales decreased 8 percent as inventory took its greatest year-over-year tumble in 2016 and dropped by 12 percent.
Orlando home sales increase 3 percent as median price continues upward march and climbs 12 percent The median price of Orlando homes rose 12 percent year-over-year in September, while sales increased by 3 percent. The supply of homes available for purchase in the Orlando area slid downward by 10 percent.
Orlando home sales jump 7 percent; median price rises 14 percent as inventory continues downward slide Sales of homes in Orlando experienced a year-over-year increase of 7.32 percent for the month of August, reports the Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association. The jump occurred despite yet another 10 percent decrease in inventory, which continues to contribute to