There are 4 blog entries for January 2017.
Orlando’s 2016 annual median price ($200,000) is a healthy 12.0 percent higher than the 2015 annual median price ($178,500), thanks to another 12 months of year-over-year price increases. Read More>>
Orlando is one of the best cities in the country for investing in residential real estate in 2017, according to Forbes. The magazine named Orlando the third-best U.S. market in which to buy a home this year, citing the city's growth in population and jobs as factors in the ranking. Read More>>
These 5 Trends Will Shape the Housing Market in 2017
If the U.S. economy is to hit escape velocity in 2017, you can expect the real estate sector to serve as its rocket fuel.
At its most broadly defined, housing can be counted on to compose 15% of GDP. It hasn't done that much heavy lifting lately, however. That's because in the wake of the real estate bubble, lending standards have remained tight, while the cautious builders who survived the crisis have been reluctant to dive headfirst into expanding their operations again.
But there are signs that these trends are about to change. Read more>>