Entries by WeKnowNona

A Record-breaking Month for the Housing Market

April was a quick selling month for the #housing market, according to Redfin. #Homes sold faster during the month than any other month Redfin has recorded since 2010, with homes staying on the market for just 36 days on average. This is six days faster than April of 2017. Homes were more expensive as well, with […]

UCF plans to move its Research Park nursing school

  The University of Central Florida’s College of Nursing has outgrown its current location in Research Park and the school wants to build it a new home in #Lake Nona. #UCF faculty members are seeking approval on May 24 for a concept that will lead to a potential operating lease arrangement for a future Health […]

The Impact of Supply Shortage on Luxury Housing

      The supply shortage of #homes is not limited to the median home only. The first quarter of 2018 saw the #luxury #housing market also feeling the heat of inventory shortage as prices for high-end homes saw the strongest appreciation in four years, according to a report on the luxury housing market by Redfin. […]

KPMG’s new $430M Lake Nona training complex

      New York-based KPMG LLP, one of the world’s Big 4 accounting firms, will implement lots of useful technology for its employees at its new $430 million,  55-acre training facility in Lake Nona that will feature 800 guest rooms for the thousands of out-of-town employees who will come to town each year. For example, one […]

USTA National Campus to expand

The U.S. Tennis Association National Campus revealed that it wants to score more land for a future expansion to its 64-acre Lake Nona campus. The $100 million campus, the largest tennis training center in the nation, wants to acquire adjacent land from #Lake Nona developer Tavistock Development Co. LLC, Kurt Kamperman, the #USTA’s chief executive for community tennis and the campus, told #Orlando […]

Massive solar project for Central Florida

Good morning, #Orlando! OUC and 11 municipal utilities from across the state are teaming up to build three massive solar farms. The groundbreaking agreement allows for 900,000 solar panels that will provide energy for as many as 45,000 #homes. The three solar sites on 1,200 acres in rural Orange and Osceola counties will provide 223.5 […]

Tracking Spring Housing Trends

  Things always warm up in the spring, but experts are detecting record-breaking heat this year—at least in the #housing market. Inventories are low, #homes are flying off the market, and prices continue to rise, according to Realtor.com’s Monthly Housing Trends Report for April. The report deemed this “the hottest spring housing market on record,” and a cool-down […]

10 Markets Where Home Prices are Stable

    While most of the country’s housing market fight rising prices due to low inventory, several U.S. cities remain outside the trend, with home prices remaining flat, or in some cases even falling. According to Trulia, cities such as Austin, Texas; Sacramento, California; and Denver, Colorado have seen home prices stay flat or even fall […]