November median house prices rise across the state, but especially in Ocala
PHOTO SHOOT CALL SHEET DATE: Tuesday, 6/15/21 TIME: Any time LOCATION: Drone shots of land planned for development in SW Marion County. SUBJECT: The County Commission will consider the final approval of a 980-unit residential community and neighborhood on approximately 221.45 acres near SW 20th Avenue Road, south of County Road 484. EDITORIAL: News PHOTOGRAPHER: Alan Youngblood WRITER: Carlos Medina SHOOT COORDINATOR: Bruce Ackerman SHOOT BRIEF: Drone shots of the vacant land mentioned above. Please try to get photos that show the existing developed land and neighborhoods to the west and/or south in the photos with the vacant land, as well, if possible. You can reference the attached pdf with a map of the location from the County Commission. [Alan Youngblood/Alan Youngblood Images]
According to a report by Florida Realtors Association, the statewide median single-family sales price for homes in November was $364,900, up 19.6 percent from the previous year.
In the report, Ocala/Marion County’s November median sale price rose to $250,000, up from $195,000 just a year before.
The year-to-date median sales price for Marion County was $229,000, up from $184,000 the year before.
Of all the metropolitan areas included in the report, there was only one other community that had a higher year-to-date increase – Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island.
Below are November’s median single-family home prices for other metropolitans across the state:
— Naples-Immokalee-Marco Island: $659,000
— Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach: $500,000
— North Port-Sarasota-Bradenton: $432,625
— Crestview-Fort Walton Beach-Destin: $385,650
— Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford: $380,000
— Cape Coral-Fort Myers: $376,500
— Port St. Lucie: $360,000
— Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater: $354,995
— Jacksonville: $354,108
— The Villages: $349,950
— Sebastian-Vero Beach: $349,000
— Punta Gorda: $339,900
— Panama City: $329,950
— Palm Bay-Melbourne-Titusville: $322,000
— Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach: $305,000
— Gainesville: $304,750
— Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent: $298,500
— Lakeland-Winter Haven: $291,500
— Tallahassee: $275,000
— Ocala: $250,000
— Homosassa Springs: $238,000
— Sebring: $219,900