The Orlando metropolitan area is one of the United State’s most populous with nearly three million people living here. Out of that number, almost 400,000 of those people are residents of Orlando, while the rest live in surrounding suburbs. Following Silicon Valley in California, Orlando is a leader in the hi-tech industry, as well as a major industrial center of Florida. The hi-tech business in the Orlando metro area accounts for nearly $14 billion of the $350 billion industry nationally. This means Orlando has a high number of well-educated, well-paid residents calling the city home. In addition to that, Orlando is a favorite among mature adults looking to settle down in a place with moderate temperatures and a lot of recreational activities. This region employs approximately 60,000 people working in many high-paying industries that include digital media, aviation, agricultural tech, aerospace, software design, among others. Out of the many companies calling Orlando home, 120 of them are in the Central Florida Research Park, which employs over 8,500 people. Many Fortune 500 companies have headquarters located in and around Orlando, including Lockheed Martin, a manufacturer of missile systems, aeronautical craft, as well as other related hi-tech products. Then there is General Dynamics, KDF, Harris, Mitsubishi Power Systems, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Delta Connection Academy, and others which have extensive research facilities in the Orlando metro.
Orlando features an abundance of places to shop and dine. Located at 4200 Conroy Road, you have The Mall at Millenia, a high-end shopping center with name brand retail designer clothing stores, decor shops, jewelry shops, as well as trendy eateries with glass ceilings and ambient lighting. Some of the national chains include Burberry, Salvatore Ferragamo, Versace, Prada, and Chanel. Additionally, there is the upscale The Florida Mall located at 8001 South Orange Blossom Trail featuring retailers such as A’Gaci, Abercrombie & Fitch, Aéropostale, American Eagle, among others. Dining options include American Girl Bistro, Buca di Beppo, Carvera Argentinian Grill, la Madeleine Country French Cafe, and a long list of others. When you’re looking for some wholesome entertainment, you can visit places like SeaWorld Orlando located at 7007 Seaworld Drive, a theme and marine zoological park featuring an array of themed areas including Port of Entry, Sea of Shallows, Sea of Legends, Sea of Ice, Sea of Delight, among others. One of the many Disney parks locals and tourist frequent is Disney's Hollywood Studios located at 351 South Studio Drive in Lake Buena Vista, only 30 minutes via I-4 west. And then there is Disney's Animal Kingdom in Orlando at 2901 Osceola Parkway, one of a few a zoological theme parks featuring seven themed areas that include Oasis, Discovery Island, Pandora – The World of Avatar, Africa, Rafiki's Planet Watch, Asia, and DinoLand U.S.A.
If you’re shopping around for homes for sale in Orlando without an HOA, there are plenty to choose from. You will find a vast selection of houses on the market in several different residential communities that include Celebration's West Village, Formosa Gardens Estates, Windsor at Westside, Doctor Phillips, among others. Many of the homes for sale in Orlando without an HOA have been designed featuring fantastic models such as Chateau, Mediterranean, Cordoba, Contemporary, and more. These homes offer great features such as resort style living, private pools, modern laminate wood floors, Chef-style kitchens, granite countertops, large yards, and the list goes on. If townhomes or villas are what you’re seeking, there are plenty of resale and newly constructed models to choose from. Furthermore, homes for sale in Orlando without an HOA include luxurious penthouses, stylish condominiums, and cozy apartment. All of these types of dwellings feature a long list of exceptional amenities as well, including floor to ceiling thermal windows with panoramic views, custom cabinetry, enormous master closets, breakfast bars, and so much more. In addition to that, if you’re looking to buy land Orlando, all sorts of lots of different sizes and zoned for residential and commercial are on the market. Homes for sale in Orlando without an HOA are heavily sought after and don’t stay on the market long. If you see something that meets your fancy, don’t hesitate to contact us today to schedule a viewing or to ask a question or two.
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