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Orlando Communities

Orlando’s communities are as diverse as the lifestyles in and around “The City Beautiful.” Whether it’s a suburban home in Lake Mary or an urban condo in Downtown Orlando, you’ll find just the right place for you.

    Altamonte Springs

    Do you like to be in the center of it all? Geographically speaking, that would be Altamonte Springs—conveniently located in Seminole County at the crossroads of Interstate 4 and State Road 436, this city is within minutes of any home or business in Central Florida....

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    Like to keep fresh flowers and plants in the house year-round? Apopka, FL, is known as the “the Indoor Foliage Capital of the World,” a small town with huge hearts – it seems residents don’t like to leave! Mayor John H. Land is the Longest...

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    Downtown Orlando

    Downtown Orlando thrives on blending charm with sophistication. While feeding the swans and visiting the library is fun, it also doesn’t hurt to be able to walk (or pedi-cab) home after a weeknight out at the bars, restaurants or art galleries. Literally the hub for...

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    East Orlando – UCF

    Whether you prefer a nice home living as opposed to college dorms, or you are a UCF Alumni who likes to park and walk over to the games during football season, East Orlando/UCF Area is incredibly convenient and affordable (in a priceless location). Home to...

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    Lake Nona

    It is an oasis amidst 8,000 acres of lush green meadows and freshwater lakes. The serene natural beauty of the lakes and lush stands of tall oaks, pines, and native cypress trees is as much a part of the Lake Nona experience and lifestyle as...

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    Lake Mary

    One of the wealthiest, safest and economically secure cities in the country, Lake Mary is an ideal stomping ground for new home buyers or families of all sizes. A hot spot for sizzling shopping, trendy restaurants and local festivals/events, Lake Mary residents seem to really...

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    If you are one of the many parents trying to pry your kids (or spouse) off the video games and into recreational activities outdoors, look no further. Primarily a residential area, Longwood, FL, is 15 miles North of Orlando and less than an hour from...

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    Catch a glimpse of the Magic Players working out at the RDV Sportsplex, enjoy a film festival at the Enzian Theater, play tennis at Lake Minnehaha, or browse the farmers market around Lake Lily on Sundays. Although a fairly small town, there is a lot...

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    It’s like the Fourth of July all year round in this All-American town of Ocoee, FL. Sports, swimming pools, barbecues and annual events celebrating the town history make it a desirable place to bring the family. The City of Ocoee is host to many wonderful...

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    If you enjoy “being one with nature,” Oviedo may be your dream town. Epitomizing Seminole County’s tag line, “Florida’s Natural Choice,” Oviedo provides a seemingly endless amount of sports, recreation and outdoors activities that bring you close to nature. Butterfly encounters, airboat tours, a cattle...

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    Winter Park

    Winter Park has more history and more parks then virtually any other city in Florida, and its entire aura is the epitome of “high class.” On weekends, enjoy sidewalk art festivals, window shop on Park Ave. and peruse the best farmer market or museum. While...

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    Winter Springs

    Ranked the 31st best place to live in the United States, by Money Magazine and the best city to buy a home by MSN Advisory Services, Winter Springs, FL, is one of the best places to start (or grow) your family. Economic opportunity, good schools,...

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    Winter Garden

    Like to stay ahead of the Joneses? The city of Winter Garden has been expanding rapidly and current estimates put its population at 35,000 by the year 2010. Plenty of brand-new neighborhoods, and land space to build your own trend-setting pad. With easy access to...

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    If you came to Florida to enjoy the sunshine and gorgeous weather, you might want to park your flip flops in the direction of Windermere. Literally surrounded by sand bottom lakes, it’s no wonder why celebrities like Tiger Woods choose to call Windermere home. The...

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    Sanford, considered the “birthplace of Central Florida,” thrives of its dynamic mix of agricultural, historical and revived economic developments. Being organic is easier, since you can take your pick of fresh produce from a variety of farmer’s markets. You can visit the Central FL zoo...

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