Lakeland Florida Homes for Sale Listed 04/26 to 05/02

CommunityWalk Map – Lakeland FL New Home Listings 04/26 to 05/02

Full size map: Lakeland FL New Home Listings 04/26 to 05/02

The report from Petra Norris at Lakeland Real Estate Blog

The overall total inventory dropped to 2104 properties in Lakeland (May 6, 2009) from the previous week. There were 66 homes newly listed in Lakeland with an average sales price of $170,776 or $89.64 per square foot with area Realtors®, resulting in a decrease of homes listed from the previous week. The types of homes and average prices being actively marketed according to the Multiple Listing Services (MLS) are as follows:

1 duplex unit listed for $32,500
3 condos listed with an average sales price of $109,633
3 mobile homes listed with an average sales price of $115,666
2 townhomes/villas with an average sales price of $107,500
58 single family homes with an average price of $180,995

The priciest home that came newly on the market here in Lakeland, Florida is a 1998 Lake Front Pool Home, in the Waterford Subdivision; featuring 3 bedrooms and 3 baths with over 2,500 square feet of living space currently offered for $595,000. On the contrary, the cheapest home newly on the market is a 2 bedroom 1 bath bank-owned property listed for only $22,000 – under $28.00 per square foot – located in Palma Ceia Court.

The data for this report was obtained from the Mid-Florida Regional MLS, it is deemed reliable but not guaranteed. This report does not include “For Sale By Owner”.

Take a look at the breakdown by zip code:

33801 – 10
33803 – 11
33805 – 04
33809 – 07
33810 – 10
33811 – 03
33812 – 05
33813 – 14
33815 – 02

Weekly update on distressed properties in Lakeland

A total of 477 properties are currently actively being marketed that are facing foreclosure. There were 19 Lakeland homes newly listed in the distressed category with average prices of $140,721 or $68.41 per square foot. Distressed homes are categorized as “Bank-Owned”, “Require 3rd party approval (Short Sale)”, “Pre-foreclosure”, and “In-Foreclosure”.