Category: Orlando Real Estate News

Orlando home sales have 25% spike in October; buyers ‘shocked at how fast things are getting snapped up’ For Hannah Young, listing her house on Halloween proved not to be scary at all. “By Tuesday, we had 10 showings,” the Winter Park resident said. Before the week was done, she… Read More

More than 200 homes are headed to an expansive Tavistock development near Lake Nona Lake Nona developer Tavistock Development Co. LLC is asking the city of Orlando to approve 228 single-family, townhome and triplex lots in the Poitras East neighborhood, according to city documents. Poitras East is an 11,000-acre… Read More

New 12-story South Eola micro-apartment project could come to the district A 12-story mixed-use tower is being planned for one of the densest neighborhoods in Downtown Orlando, South Eola. Vive on Eola will be located on the corner of Church Street and South Eola… Read More

City of Orlando officials say largest Downtown Orlando high-rise will break ground soon The typical residential Downtown Orlando high-rise offers about 300 units, but a monster development is planning to build nearly 900. It’s called “X Orlando” by Property Markets Group and Baker Barrios Architects. The project is planned on… Read More

More high rises could be coming to Downtown Orlando soon Orlando city planners have held preliminary meetings recently with developers looking to build as many as five new high rise towers in Downtown Orlando’s Central Business District, according to a report in GrowthSpotter. The proposals… Read More

ORRA reports median Orlando housing prices, sales & inventory on the rise The Orlando Regional Realtor Association released its report on May’s housing market, showing that sales, median home prices and inventory are all on the rise: Overall sales by ORRA members increased 10.6 percent from… Read More

Many new high-rises are in the works that will change the Downtown Orlando skyline San Francisco, Chicago, New York. All cities recognizable by a quick glance at their majestic skylines. Downtown Orlando may soon join the ranks of the major cities with an iconic skyline of its own. Nearly… Read More

Orlando housing market ranks at number 2 for the hottest in 2019 Five of the hottest housing markets for 2019 are in the South, where housing is more affordable, drawing in new residents, a new Zillow report shows. To find the hottest housing markets, Zillow looked for… Read More

Flips are rising in metros like Orlando Even as home prices start to cool, the market for investors who want to flip homes for a quick profit remains hot. Part of the reason flips are rising is because millennials “want to move into a home that requires minimal work,” Charles… Read More