Compared to Orlando as a whole, Zillow considers the buyer's market in Winter Park to currently be more powerful than the seller's market, ranking the city as "cold." A buyer's market is one where supply outnumbers demand, meaning overpriced property is less likely to sell and buyers are more likely to get a discount on homes.

Winter Park is a buyer's paradise right now.

According to Zillow, the median home value has increased more than 13 percent over the last year and is expected to rise another 4.6 percent by 2017. Since this time last year, the median sales price has increased $63,000 from $288,000 to $351,000.

However, according to Trulia, the overall market may be warming up along with the Central Florida weather.

Trulia lists the median sales price as having declined $12,000 just since last month to settle at $242,500. After hitting the lowest number of sales this year back in February at 238, Trulia's data states that the number of sales is slowly climbing and has already reached 252 in March. The price per square foot is also on the decline.

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Renters be wary. While the median sales price of homes may be declining, Trulia's data shows that the median rent in Winter Park is still increasing and currently sitting at $1,550 per month. That doesn't seem to be turning people away. The number of rentals has spiked from 96 this past January to 177 in March.

Winter Park is a growing city of almost 28,500 residents that lies just north of Orlando. The town's population growth exploded in 1880 with the introduction of the railroad. Winter Park was chartered in 1887.