Orlando Homes For Sale


Why Orlando?
Everyone knows Orlando, Florida for its fantastic tourist attractions but Orlando has so much to offer year-round residents as well! Nicknamed “The City Beautiful”, Orland, FL is the 6th largest metropolitan area in the Southern United States and the third-largest city in Florida. A true southern gem, Orlando is a center of culture, education, and commerce.
Since the 1970s, Orlando has experienced exponential residential growth and now boasts a population of over 300k year-round residents, though it often plays host to an additional 75 million tourists. Tourism is by far and above its largest source of income, attracting visitors from all over the world to its many amusement parks, natural parks, museums, and convention centers. Additionally, Orlando is home to the University of Central Florida, which is the largest university campus by enrollment in the United States.

World-Class Attractions, Year-round!
Of course, Orlando has worldwide fame due to its amazing tourist attractions. Residents of the Orlando metro area have year-round access to world-class attractions like the Disney World Parks and Resorts, Universal Orlando, SeaWorld Orlando, and Legoland Florida Resort. There are also local gems such as the ICON park, Madame Tussauds Orlando, Sea Life Orlando Aquarium, and Gatorland! There’s a lifetime of entertainment and adventure in Orlando, FL. at all times.

Excellent Job Market and Cost of Living
Beyond its many tourist and cultural attractions, Orlando has a bustling job market that is attracting applicants from around the world. The top industries are digital media, agriculture, aviation, aerospace, software design, film and television production, and engineering. Another huge advantage of living in Orlando, FL. is the cost of living. Orlando scores 104.1 on the cost of living index. To put that into perspective, the national average is a score of 100, with the most expensive city, New York City, scoring 187.2.  The average income is about $85,000 a year and the cost of housing is below the national average by 5%. Another financial incentive for living in Florida, in general, is that there is no state income tax, which means more of your paycheck stays in your paycheck.

Big City Amenities
Despite the affordability of living in Orlando, you don’t have to give up the conveniences of a large metro area. There are public transportation systems throughout the city as well as commuter and high-speed rail access. Living in the metro area alleviates the need to own and maintain a car as you have access to the Lynx public bus system as well as the commuter Sunrail, and the LYMMO. Many residents live in Orlando and reap the many benefits of its low cost of living, and then commute to the larger cities for work.

Lake Info

Lake Tohopekaliga
Considered one of the best lakes in Florida, this gorgeous public lake offers ample room for water sports, boating, fishing, and swimming!

Lake Conway Chain Of Lakes
This lake system is the most popular lakefront area in Orlando, FL. Private and public dock access and boat ramps off lots of opportunities for fishing, canoeing, and other water sports!

Lake Harris
Lake Harris is home to one of the newest population lake-residing manatees in Florida! This jewel of a lake is wonderful for fishing, kayaking and canoeing.

Lake Eola Park
Located in the heart of Downtown Orlando, a circular lake 0.9 miles in length, with a sidewalk for walking or running around the lake.

Lake Highland Park 
A small and quiet community surrounded by lush trees, lake views, and connected to the Orlando Urban Trail.

Lake Davis Park 
A loop trail that takes you past scenic surroundings.

Lake Estelle Park 
The park has a bike and walking trail that goes around the lake, where people can enjoy it.

Lake Como Park 
The park surrounds the lake which is the centerpiece of the Lake Como community. Lake Como Park is a small green space located on the intersection of Lake Como Circle and Bumby Avenue. With natural plantings and little shade, the park provides a much-needed refuge from the surrounding homes.

Lake Underhill Park 
A neighborhood park covering eight and a half acres of green space on the southern banks of Lake Underhill. This lake is a popular destination for boaters, bird watchers and fitness enthusiasts alike.

Lake Underhill Path 
Located three miles east of Downtown Orlando and bordering the Orlando Executive Airport. The Lake Underhill Path is a popular route that connects six City parks from Festival Park to the Park of the Americas, as well as various restaurants, retail, and employment centers such as Bumby Plaza and the Orlando Executive Airport.