ORLANDO (CBSMiami/AP) — The market of homes for sale could see some interesting changes in 2015.READ MORE: Court Unblocks Order Lifting CDC Virus Rules On Cruise Ships
Three Florida metro areas had among the biggest increases in home prices year over year.
The firm RealtyTrac said last week that Lakeland, Miami and Sarasota had among the biggest gains in home prices from November 2013 to November of this year.
Lakeland’s median sales price increased 18 percent. Miami saw an acceleration of 13 percent, and Sarasota had a 12 percent increase.READ MORE: Florida's COVID-19 Cases Climb Sharply Once Again
However, two metro areas in Florida were at the top of the list in distressed sales. Distressed sales made up around a quarter of all sales in Miami and Jacksonville.
Distressed sales include foreclosures or when a home is sold for less than what an owner owes on the property.
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