Orlando Real Estate Analysis – May, 2012

Dear Friends, We provide the following eight graphs each month as a snapshot of the Orlando housing market. The data represents the housing market in Orange and Seminole counties and may not reflect the exact market conditions for your neighborhood. For a more detailed picture, please review the graphs and commentary we’ve prepared below and

Orlando Real Estate Analysis – April, 2012

Dear Friends, We provide the following eight graphs each month as a snapshot of the Orlando housing market. The data represents the housing market in Orange and Seminole counties and may not reflect the exact market conditions for your neighborhood. For a more detailed picture, please review the graphs and commentary we’ve prepared below and

Financing Options

There are many times of financing options available to home buyers. Here are some of the most common: Fixed Rate Mortgage The interest rate on a fixed rate mortgage stays the same throughout the term of the loan, usually 15 or 30 years. This means the principal interest portion of your payment remains the same.

Buy A Home With Zero Down

The Zero Down payment Program offers you a way to buy a home with no down payment. That’s right- Zero Down Payment! You may have held back from buying because you thought you needed a substantial down payment. Or, you may be in the position where you do not want to liquidate your financial assets

Improve Your Chances

Enhance your chance of getting the home of your choice by doing the following: Get pre-approved for the purchase. This takes very little time and is of great value. I recommend forwarding the pre-approval letter from the lender to the listing agent along with your offer. This shows the seller that you are serious and