Orlando Regional Realtor® Association reports home values up 1.2% in Dec. 2018

The Orlando Regional Realtor® Association reports the December 2018 median home value of $232,750 for Central Florida with home values up 1.2% year-over-year in its monthly “Market Pulse Report.” Home values appear to be reaching a plateau. The data reveals an average DOM of only 56 with only 3.3-month supply of inventory. Distressed properties represented less than 4% of all sales. The housing shortage is easing with a 4.9% increase in inventory year-over-year. The cumulative number of homes sales from December 2017 to December 2018 was down 20.8%. However, in looking at 2018 as a whole, the overall median home value for Central Florida homes rose 5.7%. In analyzing the statistics, the real estate market is changing as evidenced by the slow down in price appreciation, decrease in the cumulative number of sales & an inflection point has been identified with inventory now on the rise. Historically, condominiums tend to be the first to experience price deprecation during a market downturn & last to display price appreciation during an upswing. From December 2017 to December 2018, consistent with historical data, condominiums showed the highest appreciation in overall median value with a 10.5% rise. The full report is available for you here: ORRA Market Pulse Report for December 2018


Author: JasonCraneRE

Real Estate Expert, Licensed Real Estate Broker, Jason Crane Real Estate LLC, in Orlando, Florida with 750+ successful real estate closings and total sales volume in excess of $76 million. Jason specializes in Residential real estate, Bank-owned Foreclosures & Short Sales. Also, Jason is an active real estate investor and landlord with a portfolio of residential real estate properties across Central Florida. Please visit http://www.JasonCraneOnline.com for more information!

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