Real Estate Blog

By Jane Chertoff | Dec 10, 2018

 

As cheery and festive as the holiday season is, the table might just be one of the most boring things to decorate. Let's be honest—traditional tablescapes always seem to involve the same dull and stuffy look: beige tablecloths, muted candlesticks, with maybe a few token pops of red and green. Been there, done that.

Ready to shake things up? The decor trends are on your side. This year it's all about creating a holiday table that makes a statement—but still allows your friends and family to feel right at home >>READ MORE.

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Orlando home prices, sales rise as inventory continues to slip in September

One year after Hurricane Irma threw a wrench into the Orlando housing market, data from the Orlando Regional REALTOR® Association shows positive September-to-September comparisons for both sales and median price. Inventory, however, stayed on its year-over-year downward slide>>Read more.

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Spook Up the Front Porch

By H. Camille Smith/HGTV
 

Get ready to spook up your home — both indoors and out — with our favorite ideas for handmade Halloween decorations you can craft. Even if Halloween guests never enter your home — aka trick-or-treaters — they'll definitely see the front porch so give it a festive feel with a colorful rug, lanterns, mums and piles of pumpkins >>Read more.


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Orlando median home price continues to gain amid sales slowdown

The year-over-year median price for Orlando homes sold during the month of August continued on its years-long upward trajectory, albeit at a slower pace as dwindling inventory takes its toll on sales >>Read more.

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It’s that time of year where the shiny new trends for autumn and winter appear, so we’ve compiled our top 10 for you to peruse before the temperature starts to drop.

Rich tones, colour blocks, a touch of black and big flouncy florals are what’s to come this autumn and winter. Below we show you how to create these exciting trends in your home this coming season >>read more

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Orlando's meager inventory continues to stifle sales, drive prices up.

The inventory of homes available for purchase in the Orlando area displayed its greatest percentage of decrease yet in 2018, contributing to a second consecutive month of slower sales. However, buyer demand is continuing to boost the area's median price. Read more>>

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