From what I hear from property managers is that the rent prices these days are not doing much better.
I personally feel that this market will continue the next 3-5 years because we're in a similar period of time as the early 90's when the S&L scandals took place. It didn't recover until 1996 so you want to ask yourself. Do you want to sell now and get out while you can or do you want to wait it out and sell when hopefully the market is leaning more towards the seller's side.
My suggestion is sell now or you may be waiting another 5 years to sell. Rent prices are not covering the mortgage payment in most instances in Orlando so you could be signing up to take a loss on a monthly basis for 5 years.
Then you need to find a realtor in the area that will be able to help you comp your house...aka Price it based on what other properties like it will list AND sell for in the area.
If you and your brother are living each in one of the units, then it will be harder to sell to an investor than a property that has both units fully leased. On the other hand, your property might make a great property for a homebuyer who wants to split the cost of the mortgage with a tenant. Also, this might be a great property for a college student - or their parent - to live in while they attend UCF.
The best thing to do is contact a realtor in the area. Colleen on the OrlandoAvenue Team of Keller Williams is a great resource. Her website is http://celebrationhomes.blogspot.com... all her contact information is there. She can point you in the right direction...
Congrats on graduating from UCF! Now isn't the greatest time to sell, why don't you rent it out yourself and hold it as an investment? Please re-post answer... Best of luck!