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Orlando Real Estate Market Statistics August 2013

Orlando Real Estate Market Statistics August 2013

The Orlando Housing Market is improving so much that it made the news!  More regular sales and less short sales.  Property prices have gone up 25% from last July 2012.  Home Inventory is still low but good home values are available in all cities around Orlando.  To explore your best home buying options...

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