Slow Orlando Home Sales Feed Buyers’ Market

Metro Orlando real estate sales dipped by 26 percent in 2006, compared to a statewide average of 28 percent. 

However, the median sales price for the same area increased by 14 percent reports Jerry W Jackson of the Orlando Sentinel.

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The Buyers Market will not last for long…

It is expected that the market will show good future growth so now is the time to get in and get that Florida Property Now!

Popularity of Short Term Rentals in Central Florida Increases as Tourists choose Homes over Hotels.

In the past two decades, vacation rentals have become part of the mainstream of Central Florida’s lodging Industry.  Despite falling occupancy levels in hotels, the short term rental market remains stealthy writes Christopher Boyd of the Orlando Sentinel.  Britons helped launch the industry in Florida as renting vacation property is much more common in Europe but the Americans are catching on.

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