May 2018

There are 3 blog entries for May 2018.

Vacation Homes Near DisneySummer vacation season is offically here, and if you're planning to make an annual trip to Disney each and every year, why not invest in a vacation home or condo you can call your own? Regardless of your needs, wants, or your budget, plenty of great options are available right now, starting with that you'll find in these top communities.

Paradise Palms in Kissimmee, FL

With its own Tiki bar, spas and a large swimming pool, Paradise Palms also enjoys the luxury of tennis courts, volleyball and basketball courts and a fitness center. Just a few minutes from Disney, Paradise Palms allows for your choice of single-family vacation home or townhome.

Encantada Resort in Kissimmee, FL

Also close to the theme parks, Encantada Resort presents swimming

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Luxury Homes Windermere FLLooking for luxury in beautiful Windermere, FL? While the luxury real estate market here goes far beyond just a few communities, here's a closer look at where you'll find some of the most impressive properties currently listed on the MLS...

Isleworth

Easily one of the most prominent golf communities in Central Florida, Isleworth enjoys a wealth of extraordinary amenities, complimented by some sensational estate homes. It’s common to find large homes and large lots in the multi-million dollar price range, with incredible views overlooking the golf course and the lakefront.

Green Isle

Exclusivity abounds in the new community of Green Isle. With just ten home sites to choose from, this gated community enjoys exceptional lake views and the option

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Central Florida Real EstateNew housing data from the Orlando Regional Realtor Association was recently released, revealing that Orlando area home prices spiked more than 10 percent in April year-over-year. Sales last month also saw an 8 percent increase compared to last year while inventory dropped by almost 11 percent. 

Combining all housing types, the overall median home price in Orlando in April was $237,000, up from $215,000 in April of 2017. The upward trend is certainly nothing new, however, as year-over-year increases have now been registered for 82 consecutive months. Compared to July of 2011, the Orlando area median home price is up a whopping 105.19 percent. 

When broken down, the median condo price saw a much bigger spike, increasing by just over 20 percent to

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