One of the questions we get asked frequently is “how much of a downpayment do I need to purchase a
Sean Faulk is a licensed Florida real estate agent, and co-owner of Moving to Orlando. If you have questions about
One of our team members, Paul Kreiger, posted a question on our Moving to Orlando Facebook group asking this question:
A recent story in the Orlando Sentinel discussed how Covid-19 has affected home sales in Central Florida. The take-away? Things
If you plan on purchasing a home in Central Florida, you should know that homeowners associations (also known as HOA’s)
St. Cloud is the place to go if you want to get away from hustle and bustle. It’s a quieter residential town with a slower pace. Homes are reasonably priced. Apart from being a little over half an hour from Disney, there’s not much going on here — which is an amenity in its own right.
No other suburb of Orlando elicits stronger reactions than Celebration. Celebration was built on the principles of a modern community with traditional styling and clearly delivers: the streets are spotless, the homes are beautiful, and the attention to detail is astounding.
When I first moved to Orlando, I rented a home in the Timucua sub-division of Hunters Creek for two years. It was my introduction to Orlando living and it proved to be a wonderful way to start my new life in Florida. For that reason, Hunters Creek holds a very special place in my heart. It’s not only a beautiful area, with very nice, reasonably priced homes – it’s a stones throw from Disney.
For most people, Kissimmee, FL is known for it’s more reasonably priced hotels, restaurants and souvenir shops along Highway 192 (also known as Irlo Bronson Memorial Hwy). However, Kissimmee is much more than that, with several beautiful and reasonably priced neighborhoods that are very close to Walt Disney World.