A new report from the Orlando Regional Realtor Association shows the number of available homes for sale in Orlando dropped 22.1% in August compared to a year ago and dropped nearly 5% compared to July.
Reese Stewart serves as president of the Orlando Regional Realtor Association, which covers Lake, Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties.
“We’re at a historical low,” he said. “Prices are going up, which is a great thing, but sellers aren’t going to put their house on the market if there’s no place to buy, so that’s concerning.”
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