Imagination Realty is pleased to provide the Celebration Real Estate Sales Totals for May 2013.
Please click the two links below to review the SOLD/CLOSED Single Family and Multifamily (condos, townhouses,villas) properties in Celebration as reported on the MLS.
Click the link below to see details of the 6 Single Family homes reported as SOLD/CLOSED.
Click the link below to see details of the 7 Multi Family homes reported as SOLD/CLOSED.
Looking Back – MLS Closed Statistics……..
May 2012: 20 Single Family – 15 Multi Family
June 2012: 14 Single Family – 15 Multi Family
July 2012: 11 Single Family – 13 Multi Family
August 2012: 11 Single Family – 10 Multi Family
September 2012: 10 Single Family – 9 Multi Family
October 2012: 11 Single Family – 9 Multi Family
November 2012: 11 Single Family – 12 Multi Family
December 2012: 18 Single Family – 9 Multi Family
January 2013: 11 Single Family – 3 Multi Family
February 2013: 16 Single Family – 12 Multi Family
March 2013: 18 Single Family – 16 Multi Family
April 2013: 10 Single Family – 15 Multi Family
May 2013: 6 Single Family – 7 Multi Family
If you would like us to research other parameters (time periods, specific price ranges, other areas), please call or email Kathy Carlson at:
Courtesy of Imagination Realty
617 Celebration Ave
Direct # 407-361-7653
Across from Town Hall
Visit us on our website at www.imaginationrealty.net
Daily Real Estate News | Tuesday, December 27, 2011
Sales ticked up for existing homes and new homes, several real estate market indicators revealed last week, pointing to a housing market that may finally be entering recovery mode.
In the most recent report, the Census Bureau reported that the new-home market continued its rebound, with sales of new houses once again inching up last month. New-home sales rose 1.6 percent from October to November to an annualized rate of 315,000, and sales were up nearly 10 percent compared to November 2010.
Other recent good news for the housing market: November sales of existing homes increased 12 percent year-over-year, new-home building starts were up nearly 21 percent year-over-year, andmortgage rates reached new record lows last week, pushing housing affordability even higher.