Orlando Real Estate News
Orlando is one of the most well-known cities in the state of Florida. With more than 270,000 people living in Orlando proper and more than 2.3 million in the Orlando metro area, it’s definitely a large city. In fact, it’s the sixth-largest metro in the Southern U.S. Orlando is home to Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort, which means tourism is a very large industry. Other major industries in Orlando include golf, healthcare, and the entertainment industry. The neighborhooread more..
Orlando is one of Florida’s many vacation destinations. Home to Orlando Studios and Disney World, many families visit the city on a regular basis. It also has a fairly large gay population. Some might be surprised, then, to hear that Orlando really only has one major gay neighborhood. The fact is that many LGBT people live throughout Orlando, so the gay community is pretty spread out. That said, the East Downtown Orlando area is definitely the gay part of the city.read more..
Orlando is a huge city central to 5 main beaches within a 90 minute drive. Orlando offers many different districts and extremes of pricing, making it very important to consult with an Orlando gay realtor who has extensive knowledge of the city. Orlando is known as both a retirement community and a gay hot spot. It is a paradise for urban professionals and is home to a diverse number of corporations and companies including; General Dynamics, Walt Disney World, Adventist Health Systems and Sikorskread more..
If you are looking for transition housing until you can buy a home of value in Florida then gay real estate Orlando recommends that you look into corporate relocation housing. These are rental housing developments that are much less expensive than staying in a hotel. These places are like homes that are meant for the long-term. However, what is nice about them is that many have the luxuries and amenities of a hotel or a resort. Gay real estate Orlando recommends this type of housing for militarread more..
Gay realtors Orlando have shown many ornate and lovely Spanish style homes for sale in the Florida Area. Sometimes this style is also called the Mission style of home. These majestic and summery homes can be the real historic item built by Spanish missionaries and settlers or you can find more modern retro versions built by contemporary developers. Gay realtors Orlando have noted that many of these homes have influences from Spain, Native American and Mexican house designs even thouread more..
Gay real estate Orlando experts have always agreed with their clients when it comes to noting the diversity of architecture in the city. Orlando is a charming place full of pretty neighborhoods with homes that come in many styles. One of the most prevalent of styles is the Mediterranean style home. It is also called the Spanish style home. These homes are noted for their smooth stucco exterior walls and tiled roof. Gay real estate Orlando has noted that you often see knock-offs of the genuine sread more..
Gay realtors Orlando has noted that there many wonderful places to buy and live in this city which has been called one of thee gayest cities in the U.S. The entire city tends to be quite progressive but there is an enormous gay neighborhood in the East area of the city. There is no area of the city where you are likely to be challenged for being gay, however there are a couple of areas of town where they gay population is denser than others. Orlando is also an incredibly interread more..
Metro Orlando home prices, including distressed sales, increased by 8.2 percent in August 2012 compared to a year ago, according to a new report from CoreLogic. The Santa Ana, Calif.-based company (NYSE: CLGX) also reports a 1.7 percent increase in home prices month-over-month from July 2012. Prior to that, home prices in the Orlando-Kissimmee-Sanford area increased by 7.3 percent in July 2012 when compared to July 2011. GayRealEstate.com ~ Top Gay Real Estate Stories and Free Instant Accessread more..
Orlando is a great place for buyers who are looking for gay friendly neighborhoods and environments. According to gay realtor Orlando as a city, Orlando is very diverse and welcoming to any new residency addition. Although there are many gay friendly areas in Orlando, the top five are the Vi-Mi District, Thornton Park, Downtown Orlando, Park Avenue/Winter Park, and Lake Ivanhoe. All of these areas are extremely welcoming and have the tools to satisfy gay buyers’ needs. The Vi-Mi Districtread more..
On occasion gay realtors Orlando have encountered sellers who have a condition called “Seller’s Remorse.” Seller’s remorse is often the result of not being sure if putting up a house for sale is a good idea in the first place. Sellers that regret putting a home on the market may have also been out there looking at local properties and decided that their home is not such a bad place to live after all. Gay realtors Orlando has also observed that some sellers were not serioread more..
Gay realtor Orlando advises those who want to invest in a commercial long term property to be prepared financially. Investing in commercial properties usually entails putting forth substantial upfront costs like legal fees and closing fees to banks. These fees alone can amount to being thousands of dollars on top of what you are paying to actually purchase the property. Before you buy a commercial property you need to consider that the total worth of your investment property needs to grow substread more..