It definitely is a good time to sell in Orlando.
Things are seldom IDEAL.
Across the nation, the DOM right now is about 70 days to sell, plus 30 for the Escrow. That would make it 100 days or May 10th.
Talk to a local Realtor and see if they agree.
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Just following up on your post to see if you are still interested in selling your home!
To sum up the current market a bit, inventory is still low but the banks have caught on....REO properties are now starting their list price 12-15% over fair market (in hopes of a desperate/tired buyers sending a high offer) So in my opinion, fair market listings that are priced correctly are going up. I'm seeing a lot of my clients just plain tired of the bidding process making a home like yours very attractive.
Give me a call/text or e-mail and we can discuss how the market is moving in your specific neighborhood and if you like the facts we can move on from there! I live in Avalon Park so I'm only a couple minutes from your neck of the woods.
Talk to you soon, best of luck!!
A house of your size and location are highly sough after by investors.
I hold the National Association of Realtors "Brokers Price Opinion Resource" designation. I will be more than happy to do a no charge evaluation of your property and give you an estimated selling value.
Michael D. Bellamy, P.A.,
REALTORÂ®, SFR, BPOR
Charles Rutenberg Realty, Inc
1900 Summit Tower, Ste. 220
Orlando, FL 32810
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if your home is in good/decent shape, you will have no problems selling it this summer.
If you know there are items that need to be fixed, now would be the time to straighten up the home before summer comes.
Remember, the staging of your home is the best way to make it sell for the best possible price and sell fast!
I would NOT recommend putting it on the market right now. I would wait until the middle of May (or about 2-3 weeks before school is out.)
Why? things are generally selling TOO fast right now! You would not want to have to move before the school year is over!
I would start interviewing agents now though.
(always get at least 3-4 to get a feel for what type of person you would best work with) and tell them that you are going to sell in May or June but not sooner!
If you need some advice, you can contact any of the agents here that have responded to your question!
Homeowner, business owner and Investor
Well we are in a seller's market. Prices are going up and the inventory is shrinking day by day.
You should have no problem selling your home by this summer. The pick of Real Estate activity starts around beginning of March and ends around Beginning of September so you would definitely want be on the market in that time frame. That is when families with Children make their move to be ready for the start of the new school season.
We have sold over 160 homes during the past year alone and another 150+ the year before. I have been awarded as a top producer year after year and of course it would be my pleasure to run a free market analysis on your home to give you some idea as to what would be an effective price to start marketing the home,... Our company has a networked of ~3500 buyers and a ton of other marketing strategies that I would be happy to share with you.
Feel free to email me to get the process started.
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probably a little less competition, although I am not 100 % familiar with your particular area. But if you want
to move by summer the sooner you can get your home sale ready, list it with a good local Realtor and make sure there will be great marketing for your type of home in your area.
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German M Guardiola
Keller Williams Realty
Thanks for your question. With the inventory being low your home if it's in good shape and priced right will sell quickly. So you may want to wait until March to list it. Take the time to interview a Real Estate professional many good ones listed on this page.
If I can be of service let me know.
La Rosa Realty, LLC
You will discover the real estate market in Orlando is STRONG. Sales levels are approaching the numbers seen in 2005. It is very important to have the appropriate expectations. Please contact one of the Orlando real estate professionals responding here to do a market analysis of your home. You really need to have a 'ball park' understanding of the possible sale price of your home.
No it is definitely not too early.
However, do a real evaluation. The most productive and investment wise action you can take is cleaning and painting. Maybe even flooring. If you see the thought dance across your mind..."It's not so bad." you just lost $25,000!
Understand you are now engaged in the business of real estate. Let the professional you hire be your emotional shock absorber. Do Not Take Things Personal. and go for a long walk during showing. NO...don't be helpful. NO. you don't need to be available to 'answer' buyer questions. Take a walk...a long one.
Now, you have some really serious decisions to make in the coming weeks. The decision you make must focus on your real goals. Too often, a homeowner will substitute cost for goals. A cost driven decision will result in disappointment.
Select the agent who is able to deliver the results you need.
The result you want is to get to San Diego in June, on schedule, under budget and with the least amount of hysteria. This agent will demonstrate acute listening skills and will answer your most important 7 questions without you having to ask them. This real estate consultant is results oriented and achieves those results by guiding you to the best version of yourself where the best decisions are made and real goals and purpose can be understood.
Now THIS is important:
If you are serious about selling your home and starting the next chapter of your life, call an Orlando professional.
NO, don't use that 'contact' link
No, don't rely on Trulia email.
Go old school and call one of the Orlando agents responding, if you are serious.
Best of Success to you,
Annette Lawrence, Broker/Associate
Remax Realtec Group
Palm Harbor, FL
Thanks for turning to Trulia for your real estate questions...you'll get a lot of great answers from a lot of great agents.
Sorry I seem to be a little late to the party but....There is no time like the present to sit down with a realtor you feel comfortable with and go over your home and it's selling features and any advise the agent can give you. Right now, and historically for that matter, we are having a shortage of homes to sell. I feel confident in saying that the "spring" fever of most listings are not on the market long.
I have a home listed in Waterford Lakes that has had a crazy amount of traffic since being listed.
Find an agent first...the rest will fall into place...we are here to take the stress off of you and have your time spent with the most important...namely your family!
If you'd like some help let me know....if you chose another, that's fine too!
Charles Rutenberg Realty
It is with great pleasure that I inform you that the market has improved and houses are selling! If you would like, I can put together a market analysis for your review, it is a great tool for the important decisions to be made when selling a home. Please feel free to contact me at anytime. I look forward to hearing from you soon.
Realty Resources International, Inc.
3580 Aloma Avenue
Winter Park, FL 32792
You should list 30 days before your expected move-out date. Or, better yet and if you can do it, list the home after you move-out. This way you do not have the stress of showing the home while preparing to make such a big life change.
Olde Town Brokers, Inc.
Andrew Robinson, SFR, ABR
Overton Reatly Inc,
917 669 3135
407 271 8274
February is considered the most active month to sell a home in the Orlando area. School will be out in another 3 months or so. You should probably put your home on the market for excellent exposure quite soon. You can also make the contract's closing date to coincide with school letting out.
We would be more than happy to assist you with the sale of your home. Call us to further discuss your options and how best to market your home.
Marc Grossman, GRI
Broker/Owner â€“ Marc It Sold! â€“ A Certified LGBT Business Enterprise
RE/MAX Town Centre
330 E Central Blvd, Orlando, FL 32801
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