Orlando housing market uncertain in midst of coronavirus, but economists say this won’t be like 2008

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Orlando Sentinel (March 26, 2020) -- Two weeks ago, before the novel coronavirus began to spread throughout the United States and into Central Florida, real estate in Orlando was booming. Home sales were up, prices had been steadily increasing and a record-low inventory showed strong demand for home buying.

But now, as more local cases of COVID-19 are reported and the city recoils into social distancing, the impact on Orlando’s housing market is uncertain. A global recession seems inevitable, most experts say, and each day the outlook changes.
 
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