There are many nice areas. Where are you going to work. What kind of home are you looking for.
East side Lake Nona,Waterford,Avalon are nice
North,Oviedo Winter Springs.
Downtown Winter Park and College Park.
Let us know.
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As everyone has already commented Orlando is a great place to live with a great deal of variety. It really depends on your budget, your likes and dislikes. However, I can recommend the Lake Nona area as it is a up and coming area here in Orlando, the housing prices are reasonable and the amount of growth potential it will have in 5-10 years is definitely worth researching.
Check out this site below, and if you have any additional questions please please free to contact me.
Best of Luck!
Your question is subjective and strongly relies on personal opinion that may not match yours. Your best course of action is to plan a visit to the area for the sole purpose of collecting this information....and not finding or purchasing a home. This way your prime locations will be based on your personal opinion.....not someone elses.
It's a great time to plan a long weekend to the Orlando area............
I will have to agree with Rick A. on this one... the areas that are just perfect are East side Lake Nona,Waterford,Avalon North,Oviedo, Winter Springs, Downtown Winter Park and College Park. Those are areas that I also happen to work in a lot!
If you have any questions about those areas feel free to give any of the realtors that have posted answers on this site... we will really be able to help you find that perfect home in this great buyers market!
Take care and good luck.
We in Florida are noted for our wonderful climate, beaches, theme parks and golf courses.
I have lived in Central Florida for over 40 years and would live no where else in the State of Florida.
Orlando is surrounded with many great communities; Winter Park, Longwood, Winter Springs, Oviedo, Altamonte Springs, Apopka, Sanford, Lake Nona just to name a few. Each one of these communities are unique and have a great deal to offer. Home buying is a personal preference John, so it's up to you to research some areas that may be of interest to you and then have your agent here send you information. Please feel free to visit my website http://www.callmaggietoday.com it's available for you to search for properties 24/7. While on my site please view my testamonials to see what others have to say about my level of service and then give me a call at 407-929-1384.
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There are many things that need to be taken into consideration when relocating to a new area unfamiliar to you. What area are you going to be working in? Do you have school aged children? How much room do you desire in your new home? How much acreage? What is your time frame for moving? Also, what is more important to you in your new home search...accessibility to employment or the quality of the school system?
As a Central Florida resident for over 20 years (and having lived in many areas myself), I have great knowledge of the entire Orlando area, and would love to be your guide and Realtor. Please take a look at my profile and visit my website for detailed information about me and my services.
With Kind Regards,
Dave Brewer Realty, Inc.
As a Realtor that has helped buyers relocate from all over the U.S. to Central Florida to answer your question a bit more information will need to be discovered.
Do you need Schools for little ones, quick access to work, close to the Theme Parks or Beaches, price, bed, bath, square footage, single family, townhome, condo, gated, non-gated, hoa fees etc...
I would recommend if you are thinking of distress properties visit my web site for information and if time is an issue go for foreclosure as days to close is less than short sale.
Take time to explore my profile located here on Trulia: http://www.trulia.com/voices/profile/Real_Estate_Pro-Orlando
Dave Lowe, Broker Two4One of Orlando
GRI â€“ ePRO â€“ GREEN (Designations)
Congrats on your decision to move to Florida! Central Florida offers so many choices and good ones, I might add. I live downtown, near Baldwin Park, in fact I shop there often. It is a very convenient area.
Like my colleagues here, I would like to chat with you more about what your lifestyle is like, your needs for work, travel, schools, sports. Do you like older charming homes with character and brick streets, contemporary hip areas close to shopping, nightlife or suburban planned communities with schools close by, community pools and parks? We have it all. Pretty Diverse.
I would suggest making contact with a Realtor (or two) and choose one you are most comfortable with. This will be your key to success in finding the right home and neighborhood. This is a great time to buy as you know and as Realtors we welcome you to the City Beautiful and bring family and friends!
I invite you to visit my website or call if you would like more information on my experience and service. Remember many Realtors will have an area of expertise. While I work most of Central Florida, I am most experienced from Downtown Orlando to East Orange, Seminole, Winter Park, College Park, Lake Nona. I am a relocation certified agent and if you contact me I will send you a relocation package. Best of Luck to you in your move and let us know how we can help make it a good one.
I have lived in Orlando for 27 years, and I am a Realtor. Three of the best areas in Orlando for convenience and schools are right here in Baldwin Park, Conway and Dr. Phillips. I have not lived in Dr. Phillips, but that area offers so much convenience and I have sold a lot of homes around that area. My family lived in Conway for about 15 years, and we loved it. Currently we live in Baldwin Park, and honestly was not sure any place could be more convenient than Conway. We have found that Baldwin Park is so close to everything.
Your family wants and needs and, of course, price range though will dictate areas that are best for you.
It appears that you are looking to purchase in Baldwin Park & that is a very nice area to live. If you are considering other areas, it really depends no what you are looking for & also where you plan to be working, if so. With that said, more information on what you are looking for in a home & community would be required.
Contact me & I'd be more than happy to show you the different communities in the Greater Orlando/Central Florida area that would suit your criteria and needs.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Marc Grossman, GRI
A good answer will require additional information about you specific requirements and interests. There are many great locations that offer an excellent quality of life as well as value.
This is a wonderful time to be considering purchasing a home.