If you’ve been weary of home values in the Florida real estate market, then we have some great news for you: Orlando new home prices are on the rise. According to an Orlando Sentinel article, for the first time in four years, the median Orlando new home price showed an increase from the year before. And, with the local real estate industry noting a 23 percent price increase since the beginning of this year, new homebuyers must hurry if they want to get the best deals on Orlando new homes.
Orlando isn’t the only Florida city seeing an uptick in new home prices. Recently, we told you that the Tampa Tribune is also reporting an increase in prices for Tampa new homes as well.
This is significant news: we’ve seen home prices increase on a monthly basis, but this is the first time in four years that we’ve seen a year-over-year increase, which experts say is more accurate in determining market trends. The Florida home market is looking up. So, if you’re interested in investing in your future and achieving the dream of homeownership, now is the time to act.
We have several new home communities in the Orlando area for buyers looking to make their move, including Andover, Mystery Ridge, Deer Creek and Whitemarsh. These communities offer Orlando new homes with quality features, in peaceful Florida settings with convenient city access.
Plus, with popular features such as covered lanais, spacious family rooms and luxurious master suites, as well as new home prices starting in the low-$100,000s, you’ll find that you are able to purchase the Highland home of your dream at a price that fits your budget.
Hurry in to make your new home investment at today’s low prices. For more information about our beautiful Orlando new homes, visit our website.
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