My sister and one of my closes friend lives in Oviedo and they absolutely love it. Oviedo has been listed one of the 10 places to live in 2009 and 2011.
Depends a lot on where your job is and how long you want your commute to work to be. There are good neighborhoods with decent schools all over the metro area. No point in looking at Dr. Phillips if you job is near the university. No point in looking at Lake Nona if your job is in Maitland. No point in Looking at Lake Mary if your job is near Disney.... more
I am sure you are looking for a good school system for your children. There are a few areas that have A rated schools. One in particular that you might like to look at is Oviedo.You can go on the website to look at the school ratings. If you need the specific website, please let me know. Nikki@floridahomesbynikki.com. or call 21-279-2959... more
Trulia is a wonderful tool to get started on your search for an agent, area and home.
Since Orlando is a big spread out area the best idea would be to narrow it down closer to where you will be working. Once we have the place of work and speaking with several agents you can find the one for you and go from there. There are lots of good agents you just need to find the one for you. Please feel free to call and talk with me I would love to help you find your next home.
700 is going to be tough, but look close to downtown Orlando, at bungalows, or duplex apartments, beware and use a Realtor to make sure you don't get taken advantage off.
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Hi Aleatha, the additional information you provided was extremely valuable. You can best meet all of your needs in the Dr. Phillips, Winter Garden or Windermere areas. Here are some of the reasons why: For your 2 younger children, A rated schools. University of Central Florida (UCF) for the 19 year old would be about a 35 - 45 minute commute, and the tourist mecca of Orlando is just minutes away, which spells job opportunities for your husband with easy commute to the airport to fulfil your travel needs. Further east
is Waterford, Avalon Park and Lake Nona areas which are good choices also. These areas would mean
a shorter commute to the University and airport, but a slighter longer commute to the hotels and theme
parks. Just have to decide on what is the best compromise for your family. Hope this helps, and I wish you all the best.
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Dear Upset, Always go back to your lease first. Take pictures of the condition and show them to the landlord/owner and demand immediate correction and compensation. Should have done a walk through prior to taking posession . You can pay your rent to the court until satisfied. If all else fails, hire a lawyer. Good luck!... more
I ran a search specifically with the Timber Creek HS school zone and there are currently 14 properties available for rent that are at least 4 beds, 2 baths. You can preview the 14 properties by cutting and pasting the following link: http://mfr.mlxchange.com/Pub/EmailView.asp?r=1022963049&s=MFR&t=MFR
I'd love to set up a time to show you the properties that would fit for you and your family. Please feel free to call me.
Linda Jokbengboon, Realtor
ReMax Town Centre
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Congradulations on your move. I relocated here in 2007. I know how imporant schools and area's can be.
First question is where would your husband be working in Orlando.? Davenport is in the Polk/Osceola county. You can look up on there websites about school information. Schools go by counties down here. You would be looking for A schools. I live in Saint Cloud which is south of Orlando, in Osceola County. You have several ways to Orlando. My two children are in the schools here. You can look up Saint Cloud, FL andd they have there own web site.
I would be happy to assist you in getting the information you want.
You can e-mail me at email@example.com
My cell phone is 407-572-1219
I hope to hear from you soon
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Most people’s dream is to own a home near the water, whether it is near a river, bay, or lake especially those people who love water sports activities. For many people, the view of sunsets and sunrises on a calm lake brings the feelings of peacefulness, serenity, and happiness. If you are one of the people who love to own a lakefront home, then following is a guide to buy a lakefront house.
Before you buy the lakefront real estate property that you want, you must first determine the exact reason why you will buy it in the first place. What are the types of activities that you plan on doing? Are you into boating, swimming, or fishing? These common water activities cannot be done on just any type of water. So, be sure that the water on the lakefront property that you are about to purchase can accommodate your desires and needs. You may also want to decide whether you want a rural surrounding or if you like a more urbanized one. Choose the best one accordingly.
Another is be aware of laws whether state, federal, or local that may affect your ownership of lakefront property. Research about these laws before you decides to buy the lakefront property that you are eying. Keep in mind that as lakefront soon to be home owner, it will be your responsibility to well protect the lake environment for the future generations. This is called stewardship and this practice must be taken seriously. Protecting well the natural shoreline of your lakefront property will not only benefit the Mother Earth but also your investment too.
Next is to ensure that the water quality meets your standard. Water cannot be changed and with the future alterations of your land such as landscaping, etc, water is the only thing that cannot be change. This is why; you must choose the quality of water that suits your requirements. Well, ideally your shoreline requirement is sandy because the more mucky the shoreline is, the more unpleasant to walk on. This is similar to the lake bottom. Then, if you plan on fishing on the lake, be sure that you know exactly the species of fish that lives within it.
Another guide to buy a lakefront house is choosing clearer lake water. The clearer your lake water, the better it is. It commands a much higher property values and prices for sellers.
Article found on: http://www.openmarketrealty.com/blog/guide-to-buy-a-lakefront-house/
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Hi Marcelo, I would have to recommend the Conway/Belle Isle area because of it's proximity to the airport and also downtown Orlando. Yet, with both of those being true, the area has kept it's beautiful tree lined streets and small community feel. This area surrounds the Lake Conway Chain of lakes which is a beautiful chain that is Ski-able and has several public access points. There are many neighborhoods with private boat access as well as parks and shopping. The beeline access is within 2 miles and leads you straight over to the beach. The prices vary greatly from the mid 100's to million dollar properties on the water. Check out my website to view the area better - www.BelleIsleHomeSource.com. Good luck!
Cara Read, Realtor
Keller Williams Classic Realty
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