Orlando’s priciest homes were sold during Q2 2018

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There are no surprises here when it comes to where the priciest were sold in Orange and Seminole counties in Q2 2018.

Back in August, we revealed our Wealthiest ZIP Codes based on 2016 median household income, and the 34786 ZIP code in the Windermere area topped our list with a median household income of $98,970. So there is no surprise that the same ZIP code joins us for our top 25 ranking of neighborhoods where the priciest homes sold in second-quarter 2018, at a solid spot as No. 4 on our list, with an average home sale price of $461,808.

Today we are releasing part two of our ‘Hottest Neighborhoods’ series. If you missed our first installment, we showed you the most popular ZIP codes around town based on the number of homes sold in Q2 2018.

According to Orlando Regional Realtor Association data, the average home sale price increased 3.6 percent when compared to Q1 2018. The data shows the area’s overall average sales price rose from $259,671 in January to $292,731 in June.

Of the top 25 ZIP codes, only three had an average home sales price greater than $500,000. Here are a few more facts:

  • Three ZIPs from our top 25 ranking are also at the top of our Wealthiest ZIP codes list: 32814 in Baldwin Park, 34786 in Windermere, and 32827 in Lake Nona.
  • Our No. 1 ZIP code saw its average sale price decreased by about $100,000 from Q1 2018.
  • It is $150,000 more expensive to buy a home in our No. 1 ZIP code than it is to buy one in the No. 2 ZIP code.

Click through the gallery above to find out which Orlando-area neighborhoods had the highest average home sales price in the second-quarter of 2018. Check out the Link above.