Monday Morning Quarterback

Monday Morning Quarterback for February 14, 2021 – February 20, 2021 Single-Family Existing Homes Sales of single-family homes increased to 494 during the week of Feb 14, from 489 the week prior The median price of single family homes decreased to $315,000, a change of -1.3% The number of single-family home foreclosure transactions increased to 5

Monday Morning Quarterback

Monday Morning Quarterback for February 7, 2021 – February 13, 2021 Single-Family Existing Homes Sales of single-family homes increased to 489 during the week of Feb 7, from 436 the week prior The median price of single family homes increased to $319,000, a change of 1.3% The number of single-family home foreclosure transactions increased to 3 last

New Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association report shows continued squeeze on the number of homes for sale

New Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association report shows continued squeeze on the number of homes for sale State of the Market 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

Monday Morning Quarterback

Monday Morning Quarterback for January 17, 2021 – January 23, 2021 Single-Family Existing Homes Sales of single-family homes decreased to 415 during the week of Jan 17, from 556 the week prior The median price of single family homes increased to $315,000, a change of 3.3% The number of single-family home foreclosure transactions decreased to 2

Monday Morning Quarterback

Monday Morning Quarterback for January 17, 2021 – January 23, 2021 Single-Family Existing Homes Sales of single-family homes decreased to 415 during the week of Jan 17, from 556 the week prior The median price of single family homes increased to $315,000, a change of 3.3% The number of single-family home foreclosure transactions decreased to 2

Orlando Housing Market Closes out 2020 with Increased Median Home Prices and Lowest Inventory Seen in Years

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 to find homes in a market with consistently shrinking inventory. According to the report, Orlando’s annual median home price for

Monday Morning Quarterback

Monday Morning Quarterback for January 17, 2021 – January 23, 2021 Single-Family Existing Homes Sales of single-family homes decreased to 415 during the week of Jan 17, from 556 the week prior The median price of single family homes increased to $315,000, a change of 3.3% The number of single-family home foreclosure transactions decreased to 2

Monday Morning Quarterback

Monday Morning Quarterback for December 27, 2020 – January 2, 2021 Single-Family Existing Homes Sales of single-family homes increased to 589 during the week of Dec 27, from 447 the week prior The median price of single family homes decreased to $299,900, a change of -19.3% The number of single-family home foreclosure transactions remains constant at

Monday Morning Quarterback

Monday Morning Quarterback for December 6, 2020 – December 12, 2020 Single-Family Existing Homes Sales of single-family homes decreased to 560 during the week of Dec 6, from 775 the week prior The median price of single family homes decreased to $314,450, a change of -0.2% The number of single-family home foreclosure transactions increased to 3

New ORRA Stats Just Released!

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 from the Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association. A total of 3,251 homes were sold in November, accounting for a 20.4% increase