Trevor Fraser, Orlando Sentinel

Trevor Fraser

Orlando Sentinel

Orlando, FL, United States

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Recent articles by Trevor:

Hawaiian Tropic founder’s party mansion on the beach hits market for nearly $6 million

The Ormond Beach home of Ron Rice, the founder of the Hawaiian Tropics brand who died in May, has been put up for sale for $5.999 million. → Read More

Strong demand for Orlando rental homes keeps prices high

Corporate landlord Progress Residential is expanding affordability options for single-family rentals, a move the CEO of Dwellsy says is important to addressing the housing crisis. → Read More

A problem with ‘price point:’ More Orlando buyers seek condos, townhomes

The share of single-family home purchases in Orlando last year was below the national average, according to a study, pointing to shift in buyer preferences. → Read More

Ian’s historic Orlando rain has experts seeking ways to hold back floods

Experts say Central Florida's stormwater infrastructure is not prepared to meet the challenges of climate change. → Read More

Orlando housing market flattens as interest rates hit 20-year high

Median home price and sales in Orlando were flat from September to October, while inventory continued to creep up, according to the latest report by the Orlando Regional Realtor Association. → Read More

Orlando home sellers get frustrated as market hits the brakes

Orlando home sales have slowed, forcing sellers to consider financial incentives to lure in buyers rattled by interest rates. → Read More

Florida election live updates: Polls open in Central Florida

Election day live updates: Voters are headed to the polls in Florida and across the country. Polls are open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m. in Central Florida, and close at 8 p.m. in Florida’s panhandle. → Read More

College Park author’s historic estate lists for $3.2 million

Villa Rosa, the Orlando mansion of former health care executive and author Lawrence Deering, was built in 1938. → Read More

New Orlando mortgages nearly doubled in last year, study finds

New Orlando mortgage payments, up 94% in September over last year, had the fifth-highest rate of growth in the country, according to a new study by Zillow. → Read More

Orlando rent prices fall slightly, stabilizing near historic highs

Orlando's average rent prices fell for the second month in a row in September, according to the latest report by → Read More

WMFE nonprofit radio station wants you to donate land

WMFE in Orlando began asking listeners to donate land and real estate to the station in August, hoping to provide another pathway for donor revenue. → Read More

Orlando’s ‘digital twin’ showcases city in immersive, virtual detail

The Orlando Economic Partnership unveiled Orlando's "digital twin," a 3D rendering of parts of Central Florida to showcase research and plans from partner organizations. → Read More

Orlando home sales plummet as mortgage rates keep rising

Home sales fell by nearly 20% from August to September as year-over-year interest rates more than doubled, according to the latest report from the Orlando Regional Realtor Association. → Read More

Global Growth finance firm aims for a fresh start in Orlando

Private investment firm Global Growth opened its new headquarters in Baldwin Park in October, rebranding with a new name and new CEO after a scandal. → Read More

Adjustable-rate mortgages rise again as interest rates soar

With interest rates on the rise, adjustable-rate mortgages have hit their highest levels in more than a decade. → Read More

Orlando rent falls slightly, as new apartments come online

The average asking rent in metro Orlando went down from the second to the third quarter for the first time in three years. → Read More

Noisy, smelly marijuana processing center irks Lake County neighbors

A Curaleaf processing facility for medical marijuana near Mount Dora is making sounds and smells that neighbors say are ruining their quiet neighborhoods, and that no one seems to be able to act against. → Read More

Construction slowdown will worsen Orlando’s housing pain

Higher interest rates increase the cost of capital for builders and drive down demand for homes. → Read More

Thousands of Orlando affordable housing units could vanish soon, expert warns

Contracts for rental assistance and other subsidies for low-income tenants on thousands of apartments are set to expire in the next 10 years. → Read More

Orlando home prices dip in a ‘refreshing’ turn for market, agent says

Orlando's median home price fell for the second month in a row and inventory continued to rise, with experts saying the market is balancing. → Read More