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Orlando Real Estate

There is something for everyone in Orlando Real Estate.  From First Time Home buyers to million dollar estates in luxury communities and everything else in between.  

Orlando Real Estate has a wide selection of Single Family Homes, Condos and Townhomes with prices to meet every budget.

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Selling your Orlando home is an involved process that affects your family and your future.  Before you begin this process in selling your Orlando home, you'll want to ensure that you have the most up-to-date information.  When should you sell?  How do you get the best price? What kinds of renovations should be made prior to the sale? 


I will provide you will an in-home evaluation of what needs to be done to prepare your Orlando home for sale.  I will explain in detail my marketing plan and every detail of the home selling process.

If you have any questions about selling your Orlando home contact Rick directly at (407) 341-1706.


Orlando Communities

Dr. Phillips, Bay Hill, Waterford Lakes, Avalon Park, College Park, Baldwin Park, Keene's Pointe, Lake Nona, Wyndam Lakes, Waterford Chase, Waterford Trails, Cypress Lakes, Metro West, Stoneybrook, Avalon Lakes, Deer Creek, Eastwood, Falcon Trace, Hunters Creek, Pepper Mill, Sand Lake, Southchase


About Orlando

Orlando is one of the world's fastest-growing cities. It is among Florida's major cities and has one of the nation's lowest unemployment rates.  Orlando is a center for digital media and bio medicine.  The City has the 9th busiest airport in the U.S. and is warm and sunny all year round.

Brief History of The City of Orlando

In 1856 Orlando became the county seat of Orange County, Florida.  The "Town of Orlando" was incorporated on July 31, 1875 with an area of 4 square miles.  Orlando incorporated as a city in 1885. 

Today, the City of Orlando as a result of numerous annexations, has an area of over 100 square miles and is still located entirely within Orange County.



224,055 as of 2006
267,050 (2010 projection)
Metro Orlando: 2 Million (2006)
61.1% Caucasian
26.9% African American
2.7% Asianbr> 17.5% Hispanic
4th Largest Metropolis in the Southeast United States.