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Wed Dec 30, 2015
Vincent Paige, P.A . answered:
Try looking in the 32801 zip code (downtown Orlando) and in Thorton Park, these are young and trendy places to live as well. Dr. Phillips has young professionals as well,

When you move here rent on a 6/9 month lease to get the lay of the land so to speak, and you will find "your " crow where you are comfortable, to expend your social wings and have a great time.

Welcome to O town....

Vincent Warren Paige, Jr.
REALTOR® | RE/MAX Showcase
Certified Broker Price Opinion Registered Agent (BPOR)
8934 Conroy Windermere Road | Orlando, FL 32835
Direct: 407.256.8190 | Fax: 407.264.8073
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Thu Nov 24, 2016
Carl Head answered:
Hi sherrylatimore,

Thanks for turning to TRULIA for your real estate questions. I’m sorry that none of my fellow agents have bothered to reply to your question. The fact is, this may be a difficult task, for little to no pay. If you were a cash buyer, or a high end renter, agents would be fighting to work with you.
However, I believe in treating everyone equally, and will do what I can to help you.
Please feel free to contact me directly and I’ll be glad to send you listings for properties that are CURRENTLY for rent that are hopefully in the areas you desire. I am a retired Law Enforcement Officer here in Orlando, and I can do my best to tell you what areas I feel are “safe”. (Would I live there, or allow a friend or family member to live there?)


Carl Head
Realty Center-Orlando
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Thu Nov 1, 2012
Mark LeMenager answered:
Thu Apr 30, 2015
Mark LeMenager answered:
In the City of Orlando, the Solid Waste Management Division is responsible for trash removal and recycling. Contact them at 407.246.2314, or visit their website for information on residential or commercial services, or general questions. You can also request recycling bins via the website. ... more
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Tue Aug 7, 2012
Mark LeMenager answered:
Never stopped selling. 60 sales in the past year and only 7 on the market. Alas every sale has been for cash.
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Mon Jul 9, 2012
Lisa Foster answered:
Good Morning!
Feel free to contact me anytime, there are currently two Villas and two townhomes available in Village Walk!

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Fri May 24, 2013
Linda Jokbengboon answered:
downtown orlando. you get less bang for your buck but downtown is as close to the big city feel as you'll get. And when you get with an agent, make sure that they are familiar with the downtown market, otherwise, you could miss out on properties or not be properly informed. My office is right on Lake Eola next to the Publix so needless to say, I know the area well. Let me know if you need any help =) ... more
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Sat Jun 16, 2012
Allyn Maycumber answered:
The Air Traffic is not that bad since all departing traffic goes South or North The only time we really have fly overs are durung a storm or flight missed approach
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Fri May 25, 2012
Kevin Kittleson answered:
email me at and I will share some websites with you to search for this information.
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Fri May 24, 2013
Linda Jokbengboon answered:
Hi Nelson,
Can you shoot me a message directly so I can share with you my property management details? I think you'll find it very favorable :) Look forward to hearing from you.

Linda J.
Re/Max Town Centre
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Fri Jun 23, 2017
Alan Martin answered:
please call Paul McElroy one of the best in the business 407361 2040
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Tue Apr 17, 2012
Condo Metropolis answered:
MetroWest is a high demand apartment neighborhood about 10 minutes west of downtown. We have a lot of our investors purchase condos there, which we then manage for them until they are ready to sell. Then we help them sell... let me know if you'd like more info... also see our website below... thanks! ... more
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Tue Jul 17, 2012
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Fri Apr 13, 2012
Alan Martin answered:
please consult law enforcement in an area that you are thinking of buying in. They will have up to date stats that will show you thsi info that you seek
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Wed Apr 4, 2012
CarvajalGroup answered:
I highly believe in open house. I usually find a hand full of people each year that are in the market and ready to purchase that have attended my open houses. I stick with them until they are ready to purchase.

And if none of your personal listings would bring the kind of traffic you need to get a large pool of buyer prospects, do an open house for one of your colleagues that have a very nice home that you know is priced well and shows fantastic.

Deena Carvajal
Re/Max Avalon Park
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Wed Jul 6, 2016
Suzanne MacDowell answered:
I prepare my buyers for the home inspection ahead of time. I let them know it is the inspector's job to point out all the defects, hazards and potential problems with the home. However, they are not buying a brand new home, so they have to expect there to be some defects. They have agreed to purchase the home "as is" and the home inspection is their opportunity to determine what that means, what IS the condition of the home, and, with that knowledge in hand, do they still want to go forward with the purchase. I also advise them that, of course, if there are MAJOR defects, defects in major systems such as plumbing, electrical, the septic system, the roof, in other words, big ticket items, of course they have the option of saying, "I still like the home and I would be willing to go forward if xyz were fixed". Then I provide them with the contact information for 3 inspectors I have worked with in the past that know how to conduct a thorough home inspection, but are more 'low key' in their explanations. I love the guy who says, "the water heater is xx years old, nearing the end of its useful life. It's functioning perfectly now, but you should be aware, you may have to replace it within the next three or four years". THAT's the guy I want to work with! ... more
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Fri May 24, 2013
Alan Martin answered:
there are REOs in all areas of Orlando. So more that others. The Orange county appraisers web sit has a foreclosure map on it. I will try and find the URL for you
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Sun Mar 18, 2012
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Tue Apr 17, 2012
Michael Thomas answered:
There are quite a few. You would need to detemine how close to the city cenrter you would like to be, and a price range, and I could start a search for you to see whats out there.
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Tue Oct 15, 2013
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