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Orlando Home Trends

Orlando is a popular city that spans over 119 miles and is the fourth largest city in Florida. Orlando has a population density of 2,628 people per square mile and a population of 290,520. The city is growing at a rate of 0.53 percent annually. Housing prices are up 16.4 percent year over year, selling for a median price of $320,000. The most sought-after neighborhoods in Orlando include Park Lake/Highlands, Downtown, Delany Park, and Audubon Park. The Park Lake/Highlands neighborhood is a quiet community nestled along the north of Lake Eola. Here, residents enjoy the Orlando Urban Trail, local bars, parks, and coffee shops. Downtown is known for its thriving business district; here, you can find some of the best eateries, clubs, theaters, and museums. Delaney Park is home to one of Orlando's oldest parks. The neighborhood is relatively quiet and offers top-rated schools, park access, nearby lakes, and a shopping district. Audubon Park is a nature lovers' dream with lush parks, three local lakes that include Druid Lake, Lake Shannon, and Lake Cay Dee. Fleet Farming, a community non-profit, assists neighbors in growing gardens. 


Orlando has a plethora of family-friendly attractions and historical landmarks. The most popular attractions in Orlando are Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando Resort. Universal offers attractions like Islands of Adventure, Volcano Bay, and Citywalk. Central Florida Zoo and Botanical Gardens, which consists of 24 acres of native gardens and more than 500 animals, is in nearby Sanford. The Wheel at ICON Park is an Orlando staple. This 400-foot-tall observation wheel offers panoramic views of downtown. Notable museums to visit are the Orlando Museum of Art, the Orlando Science Center, Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition, and the Albin Polasek Museum and Sculpture Gardens. 


Orlando houses 178 public schools, 28 charter schools, and 459 private schools. Colleges and universities in Orlando include the University of Central Florida, which houses the largest student body of any public university in the United States. UCF is a research leader in numerous fields such as modeling and simulation, engineering and computer science, business, healthcare, and more. Other nearby institutions include Valencia College, AdventHealth University, and Florida Technical College.

Commuting in Orlando 

The average one-way commute in Orlando takes about 25 minutes, which could mean longer travel times to work. The city offers a few public transit options that include the Sunrail and Lynx buses. Flying out of the city is seamless with proximity to Orlando International Airport and Orlando Sanford International Airport.