October 31, 2014

Florida Property Values

Real Estate Values in Orlando

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David Welch
There were 6,000 fewer homes for sale since the start of 2011, says David Welch.

Declining inventory is fueling modest price increases in Orlando and occasional bidding wars in some areas where homes are in short supply. “If you go back to the beginning of 2011, we had 15,000 properties available for sale. We’re starting 2012 with 9,000. It’s a pretty big deal,” says David Welch, an agent with RE/MAX 200 Realty. Homes in the under-$200,000 category, he says, are in particularly high demand. Orlando has approximately a three-month supply of homes in the $100,000-to-$200,000 range and less than a three-month supply in the under-$100,000 range. A five- to six-month supply of homes indicates a balanced market. More than half of the 29,000 home sales in Orlando last year were cash deals.

What will $200,000, $500,000 and $1,000,000
buy in Orlando?

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$200,000 $500,000 $1,000,000
Orlando - $200,000 home

Orlando
Square Feet: 2,426
Bedrooms/Baths: 4/2
Age: 29 years
Selling Price: $205,000

The home in the Dr. Phillips area has a large screened-in pool and patio area and ceramic and wood cork flooring.

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Orlando
Square Feet: 2,679
Bedrooms/Baths: 3/2½
Age: 8 years
Selling Price: $452,000

The Baldwin Park home is a 10-minute walk to the village center and three blocks from a community pool, fitness center and parks.

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Orlando
Square Feet 5,243
Bedrooms/Baths: 5/5
Age: 1 year
Selling Price: $975,000

The lakefront home has a gourmet kitchen, game room with wet bar, theater room, two covered lanais and a pool.



Tags: Central, Housing/Construction

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