November 24, 2014

Florida Property Values

Real Estate Values in Oceola and Seminole Counties

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What will $200,000, $500,000 and $1,000,000
buy in Osceola and Seminole counties?

Declining inventories are driving a robust market in Osceola and Seminole counties. “We have too few houses and too many customers right now,” says a Seminole County Realtor. “I was working with a customer last night looking for a foreclosed home, and there are only 19 bank-owned homes in Lake Mary and Longwood. They’re all getting sold. If a nice new house comes on the market, it’s sold within 30 days.”

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$200,000 $500,000 $1,000,000

St. Cloud
Square Feet: 3,200
Bedrooms/Baths: 5/4
Age: 7 years
Selling Price: $200,000

The home has a pool, gourmet kitchen and two master suites.

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Longwood
Square Feet: 4,512
Bedrooms/Bath: 5/4½
Age: 22 years
Selling Price: $515,000

The home has marble and wood floors as well as a porch with a pool, waterfall, spa and outdoor kitchen. It sold in a short sale.



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Celebration
Square Feet: 4,502
Bedrooms/Baths: 5/5
Age: 7 years
Selling Price: $1 million

The home has lake and conservation views and a resort-style pool and spa.



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