Well, they came. We knew they would. Orlando, Florida has always been a place where people come. They come to visit for sure – annually over 60 million people come to visit Mickey and enjoy our warm weather and beautiful beaches, but they also come to live. The population of Central Florida has grown by more than 1,000 residents per week, for over 60 years in a row. Oh, they come.

But this is different. Since the Covid pandemic and with Florida being a state that opened its doors for business earlier than most – it seems the whole world now wants to call Florida home. And the result? Yep, you guessed it – housing prices have soared and now, suddenly, there are almost no houses left.

According to the Orlando Regional Realtor Association, home prices soared by 10% in April (yes, 10% in one month) and home inventories have reached their lowest level in recorded history. Typically, a balanced market has about a 6-month inventory of available homes.  Orlando, by contrast currently has a 3-week inventory of available homes. Yes, you heard correctly – 3 weeks!!

What does this mean? The housing market in Orlando has reached a point where demand is so dramatically exceeding supply, there may soon be no more houses to buy. Housing developers are scrambling to bring new developments online and new housing out of the ground.

That is where Legion Capital comes into play. Legion finances early-stage housing development. We fill a void left by commercial banks that are still hesitant to get involved in early stage (horizontal) development. Legion is a leader in Central Florida development finance, particularly for new development. We finance developments in some of the highest growth areas throughout Central Florida and we look to dramatically grow our lending footprint as the Orlando housing boom continues. We feel we are in the exact right place at the exact right time.

So, come on down – there may be No Room at the Inn at the moment, but Legion and its network of Orlando area developers are coming to the rescue – and more housing is coming.

Click the link below to hear real estate economist Ken H. Johnson’s take on the current housing situation in Florida in this Orlando Sentinel article by Trevor Fraser. 

Click here to read the article!

About Legion Capital

Legion Capital (Ticker Symbol: LGCP) is a FinTech enabled, publicly traded specialized business lender providing growth capital to small and medium sized companies.  Legion provides bridge funding, acquisition finance, development, and growth capital in a highly customized and expeditious manner, addressing a large and growing segment of small business lending that is under-served by banks and institutions.

Legion  Capital  serves  our  Investors  and  Financial  Advisors  through  a suite  of  diversified equity and debt investment  products, many of which  offer attractive yields, non-correlation to traditional financial markets, and defined liquidity dates.  For more information, please visit www.LegionCapital.com


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