Orlando, Florida. ―――― Some Central Florida realtors continue to withdraw more Disney employees from buying homes after the Walt Disney Company decides to postpone the transfer of some positions from California to Florida. Is called.
“I think this will cause some commotion for our customers and cause many of the people we work with to be with Disney,” said real broker Ken Posek.
He says Disney’s postponement continues to have a spillover effect on those who buy homes here. “Nine people have canceled,” Pozek said. “Sales are about $ 5 million and commissions are well over six digits.”
According to a Disney spokesman, Disney was supposed to relocate 2,000 Imagineers and other employees by 2023, which was postponed to 2026. .. “
He suspects that the delay may be related to a national labor shortage and other factors. “They put people in a temporary space and are trying to move people when they run out of stock. You never know. There are so many moving parts and the market knows a little about it. I think you’re doing it where you’re not. Why are you in a hurry? “
We recently talked to Ray Lopez of Keller Williams. He says the market is also influencing this. “I think people who were worried about coming might not come now because they may have been trapped at a rate of 3% in California.”
He also considers politics to be responsible. “Unfortunately, so much is happening between Florida and the Governor, so many people are trying to figure out if it’s a problem or if Disney is actually trying to bring it back three years ago. is.”
“They can take this house, list it higher and make up for the difference,” Posek added, adding that the builders were able to make up for recent losses.
He believes sales will eventually come back. “After all, many of those people still move here, so you continue their relationship.”