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New homes in Davenport – Model 1716
New homes in Davenport – Model 1715
New House in The Loop – Model 1006
New Vacation Homes Kissimmee – Model 1011
New Vacation Homes in Kissimmee – Model 1010
New townhouse in Davenport – Champions Gate – Model 1707
New townhouse in Davenport – Champions Gate – Mod 1708
New homes in Davenport – Model 1713
New homes in Davenport – Model 1714
New homes in Davenport – Model 1712
New Homes in Davenport – Model 1711
New Homes in Davenport – Model 1710
New Vacation Home The Grove – Model 1013
New Vacation Home The Grove – Model 1015
New Vacation Home The Grove – Model 1014
New Vacation Home The Grove – Model 1012
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New House in The Loop – Model 1009
New Home near US192 #1105 from $220,990
New Home near US192 #1104 from $219,990
New Home near US192 #1103 from $216,990
New Home near US192 #1102 from $ 260,990
New Home near US192 #1101 from $ 246,990
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Orlando, Florida may be known as a tourist destination and for its endless entertainment options, but it’s also a great place to live. More than 270,000 residents have made their home in Orlando, the county seat for Orange County in central Florida.
Orlando has been dubbed “The City Beautiful,” boasting 19 skyscrapers, mostly the downtown area and in the tourist district. But nature contributes to the landscape via wetlands, swamps, and hundreds of lakes. Summer high temperatures are around 92 degrees with winter lows of about 49 degrees. The area receives approximately 50 inches of rain annually.
Additionally, the city has the nick-name, “The Theme Park Capital of the World”, and with good reason. Walt Disney World and Universal Studios are some of the world’s most popular theme park attractions. But Orlando isn’t all fun and games. Sometimes, it’s about getting down to business.
The Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida is the country’s second largest convention facility. For this reason, Orlando is one of the busiest cities in America for conventions and conferences.
To accommodate tourism and travel, Orlando is home to the Orlando International Airport, the second most popular airport in Florida. Ground service is also readily available via the Lynx bus system, the downtown bus service known as Lymmo, and SunRail commuter rail line.
Students living in Orlando are educated by Orange County Public Schools in addition to a wide variety of public schools. For higher education, Orlando is home to University of Central Florida, one of the largest universities in the United States based on enrollment. Furthermore, Orlando offers the U & M University College of Law, and dozens of private colleges and universities.
Median household income in Orlando is around $45,000 with median home values at around $214,400.
Orlando may be a great place to visit, but it’s a wonderful place to call home.
Your real estate agent is the best source of information about the local community and real estate topics. Give VS International Properties a call today at 407-513-4722 to learn more about local areas, discuss selling a house, or tour available homes for sale.