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Orlando, FL: Living It Up

Orlando, Florida is one of the most popular resort and year-round convention destinations in America. Orlando has a little bit of everything for the visitor or resident: award winning resorts, easy access to the Atlantic seacoast, great culture and fantastic scenery. During the winter months, Orlando's mild days and cool nights attracts snowbirds from the north who flock to the area's beaches and golf courses.

Orlando, Florida Real Estate Market

Orlando homes for sale offer buyers a mix of classic Southern styling, such as wrap around porches, columns and other antebellum motifs. These nods to tradition help create the unique character of Orlando's oak and pine shaded residential neighborhoods.

Thornton Park is the heart of Orlando. Just east of Lake Eola State Park, this oak shaded community defines the Orlando living experience. As such, Thornton Park real estate is very much in demand. Larger single family homes can list in the high $600's or more.

Baldwin Park is found near downtown Orlando, just a few minutes from the Orlando Executive Airport. Local scenery includes Lake Baldwin and Lake Susannah and the Winter Pines Golf Club. The prices of homes for sale in Baldwin Park are very similar to those in nearby College Park. The area between Lake Baldwin and Lake Susannah yields slightly higher real estate prices than the rest of the Baldwin Park community.

College Park is just north of downtown Orlando, sandwiched between the Country Club of Orlando and Dubsdread Golf Course. The real estate listings in College Park reveal a mix of open land, single family homes and condominium units. Smaller homes for sale in College Park, FL are priced for first time home buyers. Larger homes in College Park without lakefront views are still moderately priced for the Orlando market.

Orlando Community Schools

Orange County Public Schools oversees the public education of the Orlando metro. The district is divided into six sub-districts, called learning communities, by geographical area. The central and east learning communities include most of the public schools that are found in the core neighborhoods of Orlando. Dozens of private schools are also available in the Orlando area.

Business in Orlando, Florida

Tourism is a very big part of the Orlando economy, with Disney's Magic Kingdom as one of the heavy hitters in the family resort market. The motion picture industry contributes its share, as does avionics and high technology. Major manufacturers located in Orlando include Westinghouse, Mitsubishi and Daimler/Chrysler.

Orlando Real Estate Agents

Finding the right home in a big city can be a little like finding a needle in a haystack. Make your search for the perfect home easier by contacting an Orlando REALTOR.