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Orlando Real Estate

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  • Influx of Chinese buyers in Reunion

    Influx of Chinese buyers in Reunion
    With education on their minds and an eye for detail, increased numbers of buyers from China have been purchasing in the Orlando market, developers say. At Encore Club at Reunion, more than a third of the community's 124 sales during the past 10 months...
  • Business tenants face I-4 commercial real estate shuffle in 2015

    Business tenants face I-4 commercial real estate shuffle in 2015
    About a half century after Interstate 4 reshaped the way Orlando does business, real estate experts say the highway's upcoming seven-year redo will drive another round of logistics changes. Staging work has started for the $2.3 billion makeover, which...
  • Orlando agents seek out best real estate home search

    Orlando agents seek out best real estate home search
    Real estate agents in Orlando, a market reliant on long-distance buyers, are paying close attention to recent shakeups among leading house-hunting search engines. The fallout from Rupert Murdoch's recent acquisition of industry-favorite Realtor.com...
  • Brazilian tourists reshape business offerings in Central Florida

    Brazilian tourists reshape business offerings in Central Florida
    Perfume, luggage and selfie sticks — nothing was off limits to shoppers at Brazil Center on International Drive. The bright, clean showroom, less than 2 miles from Orlando International Premium Outlets, has a loyal Brazilian tourist customer base,...
  • Year closed with higher home prices, lower rates

    Year closed with higher home prices, lower rates
    Just as Orlando's housing market had neared the tipping point of becoming a buyers' market, low interest rates helped boost sales and cut into what had been a mounting inventory of listings, a new report shows. Median sales prices rose from $165,000 in...
  • Climate warms for Orlando-area homebuyers

    Climate warms for Orlando-area  homebuyers
    Investors beat homebuyers to snap up cheap homes in Orlando in recent years, but new mortgage options might open a few doors, particularly for first-time buyers. During the past month, mortgage-finance giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac detailed plans...
  • Some home sellers want to take everything, including kitchen sink

    It's not unusual that a favorite light fixture does not remain in the house when it is sold. And every once in a while, a house will be listed with the special notation that certain outside plantings don't transfer. But an entire kitchen? Yes,...
  • Yard at Ivanhoe adds units, plans to widen Virginia

    Yard at Ivanhoe adds units, plans to widen Virginia
    Developers have filed new details and sketches for their plan to build a large mixed-use development dubbed The Yard at Ivanhoe, in the Ivanhoe Village neighborhood. Some of the new details, according to documents filed with the City of Orlando planning...
  • Cristian Michaels: Million-dollar condos sell downtown

    Premier Property Group Owner Cristian Michaels, 41, has helped assemble sales of downtown residential towers including The Vue, Star Tower, Sanctuary, and Solaire. He said he is also consulting on four proposed downtown multi-family projects. He spoke...
  • Where can you afford to live?

    Where can you afford to live?
    Do you make enough money to be able to afford a home? Apparently, that can depend on where you live. Mortgage data company HSH Associates regularly stirs together local data (property taxes, sales prices, mortgage interest rates, down payments,...
  • Lots of cooks in Amendment 1 conservation kitchen

    Lots of cooks in Amendment 1 conservation kitchen
    TALLAHASSEE – Florida environmentalists want lawmakers to steer $80 million a year into protecting Florida’s springs and $150 million into buying new environmentally threatened landscapes. But dividing $757.7 million next year between...