Why would you want a new home? Most people realize that because of a shortage of resale homes, the prices have risen so that getting a new home is a much smarter move. Why would you want to buy a new home in Orlando?
Orlando is ‘The Theme Park Capital of the World’ and our population may be ONLY 238,300, but every year we have 51 million tourists who choose to come here and contribute to our economy. This has provided the residents with more job opportunities, excellent infrastructure, well-connected transportation system and an exciting downtown area full of museums, nightlife, and fun.
Much of the city and county sales taxes paid by our friendly tourists go toward supporting our preschools to high schools. With a sales tax, but no state income tax, Orlando is a very attractive place to work and play. With Walt Disney World, Discovery Cove, Magic Kingdom, Sea World or Typhoon Lagoon, you and your kids will feel like this is your personal playground. If you are looking for educational fun, the Orlando Science Centre, Ripley’s Believe it or not, Wycliffe Discovery center and Orlando Museum of Art will keep you curious and occupied all day long.
If you are into adrenaline chasing sports, from golf to car racing can be found here in Orlando. Disney has a huge sports complex which attracts millions of fans each year to our city. The city is home to many parks and nature preserves where you can feel close to nature and experience greenery all around you. Orlando is also home to four large malls, packed with every type of cuisine, hundreds of stores, and exciting events.
At the end of the day when you get to witness the beautiful Orlando skyline twinkling with lights, you will love how easy it is to find a home on our website where you can search by the things that matter most to you: price, square footage, school districts and much more. For active adults, consider searching by Orlando Retirement Communities. If you’re still having trouble finding the home or condo of your dreams, try expanding your search to include the surrounding counties such as Lake County, Orange County, and Osceola County. Or, try breaking down your search by regions such as North Orlando, South Orlando, East Orlando, West Orlando, or Downtown Orlando.