Author: David Gallup

During the month of April 2021, inventory has continued to decline despite the high demand from buyers, hitting an all-time low in April 2021.  However, the average price and sales increased.  A total of 4,081… Read More

The number of homes for sale in the Orlando area plunged 61% from March 2020 to March 2021. This continued decline from the prior month puts an even tighter squeeze on a market with just… Read More

During the month of February, 2021 the Orlando housing market inventory experienced a significant drop compared to the same month last year.  Compared to the same month in 2020, the number of homes in the… Read More

There are fewer homes on the market to start off in 2021. More people are moving to Central Florida, furthering the gap between supply and demand. The Orlando metropolitan area gained 60,977 new residents in… Read More

A new report from the Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association details how the housing market fared in 2020 compared to recent years. Despite the pandemic and its impacts, Orlando’s median home price rose as buyers scrambled… Read More

Plenty of people bought a new home in the Orlando area for the holidays, despite low inventory and the number of new listings falling to their lowest levels this year, according to a new report… Read More

The Orlando area avoided the typical fall slowdown and, instead, showed significant increases in homes sales and home prices in October, according to a new report from the Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association. Monthly housing report… Read More

Low Inventory of Homes for Sale Continues to Drive Up Orlando Area Home Prices Orlando-area homes continue to fly off the market this fall, as inventory remains tight, according to a new report from the… Read More

A spring of paused transactions have propelled an upswing in buyer activity that continued in August and sent Orlando area home sales into positive territory for the second consecutive month. Orlando’s median price also continued… Read More

Orlando’s housing market in July saw a surge in buyer activity that tipped home sales back into the black after three months of precipitous year-over-year declines caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. The median price of… Read More