Nearly 800 single-family homes were sold in March of 2021. According to SunStats, 785 closed sales were reported for March, a 19.3% year-to-year jump.
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Here is a quick market summary from the most recent week ending 04/03/2021.
Transactions for industrial, big-box facilities hit a record in North America last year, according to commercial real estate services firm CBRE. Source: Golf courses, offices turn into warehouses as industrial demand rises Why is this important for residential? If you are looking to purchase, the potential home on an abandoned golf course may soon […]
Florida Realtors’ data: Single-family home sales rose 15.7% year-over-year, median sales price up 16.6%; condo sales up 28.7%, median price up 16.6%. Chief Economist O’Connor: Fewer new listings and a tight inventory means a strong seller’s market. Source: Fla.’s Housing Market: More Sales, Higher Median Prices in Feb. 2021 | Florida Realtors
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The record lows continue in Lake County. Here is a gauge for active listings in the Central Florida market.
From COVID challenges to the road to recovery, not unlike many others, Florida is dealing with new territory in 2021. Source: Florida State Focus: Changes And Challenges
Florida Realtors economist: Investors are following renters into the suburban spillover markets. Strong demographics, population growth and an expected recovery in hospitality pulled the Tampa- St. Pete, Miami and Orlando markets into the top 20. Source: Secondary Markets Heating Up for Commercial Investors | Florida Realtors
Even top experts fumble on mortgage rate predictions because their rise and fall is based largely on investors’ attitudes, which can turn on a dime. Currently, investors fear possible inflation – the enemy of Treasury bonds. And as bond investment falls, mortgage rates (often) go up. Source: Why Are Rates Rising? It’s Good – If […]