Data from Orlando Regional Realtor® Association’s May Market Report shows Orlando-area home values up 12.2% for April 2020

Orlando Regional Realtor Association® reports Central Florida median home value up 12.2% year-over-year in its May 2020 Market Report. Median value now at $263,750 with ADOM holding at only 47 days. Major decline of 28% in home sales as the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic is becoming apparent. The on-going decline in inventory slowed to 2.9% year-over-year with a current pace of only 2.4 months supply. Experts consider 6 months supply as a balanced market. Data is indicative a “Seller’s Market” with an extremely robust demand for housing with declining supply available for purchase. Only 105 distress sales closed across the Orlando Metropolitan Area during the entire month of April 2020, a market that has almost completely depleted. Distressed properties are only comprising less than 3% of all sales. As measured by the median home value, Central Florida is finally within $700 of peak of July 2007, where the median home value was reported as $264,436. It’s taken 9.5 years since the market bottom on January 2011 for the market to recover & attain peak level of the mid-2000’s real estate boom. The full report is available here: ORRA’s May 2020 Market Pulse Housing Report

Author: JasonCraneRE

Real Estate Expert, Licensed Real Estate Broker, Jason Crane Real Estate LLC, in Orlando, Florida with 775+ successful real estate closings and total sales volume in excess of $82 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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