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Orlando Real Estate

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  • Investors target Orlando -- even years into housing recovery

    Investors target Orlando -- even years into housing recovery
    Almost four years after Orlando-area home prices hit bottom, the region still ranks among the hottest markets nationally for institutional investors purchasing houses, a new report shows. Orlando ranks fifth among the top 100 metro areas for its share...
  • Volusia tops state for home-price growth

    Volusia tops state for home-price growth
    Florida's leader, by far, for home-price gains during the third quarter was Volusia County, which includes Deltona, DeBary and Daytona Beach, a new study shows. The median price for homes in the coastal county, northeast of Metropolitan Orlando, was...
  • Trevor Hall Sr.: Land broker sold sites for communities, church

    Trevor Hall Sr.: Land broker sold sites for communities, church
    The year after Walt Disney World opened, Trevor Hall Sr. sold his engineering business in Detroit and moved to the Orlando area with the hopes of getting into real estate. For most of the next three decades, Hall helped shape much of Central Florida...
  • South Florida firm pursues Nik Patel hotel properties

    South Florida firm pursues Nik Patel hotel properties
    A South Florida real-estate firm has signed a letter of intent to purchase five hotels owned by embattled Orlando businessman Nikesh Patel. No sale has occurred yet, and a sale price was not disclosed. But Coral Gables-based Continental Properties...
  • Construction restarts in luxury Bella Collina 'ghost town'

    Construction restarts in luxury Bella Collina 'ghost town'
    MONTVERDE — Construction crews have returned for the first time in seven years to Bella Collina, the country-club community that owners describe as the face of both the real-estate boom and bust. Builders at the 1,800-acre development have started...
  • At some stores, Christmas is always in season

    At some stores, Christmas is always in season
    For some people, shopping for Christmas decorations is a year-round thing. "It's a magical place," said Gail Dembkoski, who was at Marge's Specialties in Orlando this week. "They do amazing stuff." Christmas is always in season at Marge's and a...
  • FedEx to distribute from John Young

    FedEx to distribute from John Young
    McCraney Property Co. signed a lease with FedEx Ground to occupy 60 percent of its John Young Business Park's Building 3, which includes 142,638 square feet. FedEx, which as expanded with the growth of online commerce, will use the space as a package...
  • Wawa grows to 50 Florida stores – 31 in Orlando area

    Wawa grows to 50 Florida stores – 31 in Orlando area
    Central Florida's wealth of transplants from Northern states is a big reason that more than half of all Wawa stores to open in Florida are in the Orlando area. "There's a balance of customers that knew the brand, and they certainly like the taste of...
  • Tavistock sells stake in The Grove center

    Tavistock sells stake in The Grove center
    Tavistock Development Co., affiliated with the owners of Isleworth and Lake Nona, sold its ground-floor retail space at The Grove commercial center in Windermere to shopping-center developer Equity One Inc. The New York-based Equity One bought the...
  • Orlando home prices drop in August

    Orlando home prices drop in August
    Home prices in the core Orlando market took a seasonal dip in August, dropping from a midpoint of $170,950 in July to $165,000 last month, according to a report released Monday by the Orlando Regional Realtor Association. Prices typically soften after...
  • CNL chairman Seneff: Growth is in apartments, some office

    CNL chairman Seneff: Growth is in apartments, some office
    Single-family residential markets are likely to be depressed by economic trends for the near future, said James Seneff, executive chairman of CNL Financial, at a conference in Orlando on Wednesday. “Fewer people are buying homes… But...