Orlando real estate relocating for yourself or friends, or for investment purposes, the market, we believe, will continue to grow in the most popular vacation destination on earth! Finding a good Orlando realty for your Real Estate considerations are a top priority whether you are considering relocating to Orlando and/or investing in Florida real estate.
For my personal and business investments, I am no longer interested in Orlando real estate, or even Florida real estate with the exception of maybe an Orlando Florida vacation home or two. This is only one of the ways to invest in real estate.
A few of the locations for premium real estate include:
For those interested in premium Disney Orlando Fl real estate there are more Celebration than imagination! It is Golden Oak near the Magic Kingdom. Named after Walt Disney "dreaming tree" as he would lie beneath its spreading branches, this is where his storytelling and fantasy began to take shape. Home values are planned to be in the $1 million to $8 million range.
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Ever since first visiting "Orlando" in the mid 1970's when The Magic Kingdom was the only theme park, and an "E" ticket ruled, I have wanted to retire here. I never told anyone. I believe that turned out to be a good thing, since if I had told about that desire, then I may not be here today talking about Orlando Fl Real Estate!
Two locations that we want to mention are:
Metro West entrance is near Valencia College West Campus (Metrowest Blvd off S. Kirkman Rd) is nearer Universal Studios.
While Hunters Creek is nearer Kissimmee, Gatorland and Walt Disney World Downtown Disney.
Or, maybe, you want to check out the homes for rent Orlando Fl to relocate first and then check out for yourself the homes for sale Orlando has to offer in person.
I'm not sure that back in the early/mid 1970's near the Disney entrance was considered Orlando commercial real estate. I remember only 1 hotel near the Disney entrance, A Holiday Inn. And NO other retail establishments!
At the time Charles Kemmons Wilson (January 5, 1913 – February 12, 2003) was the founder of the Holiday Inn chain of hotels. In 1972 Wilson was featured on the cover of Time Magazine and there were more than 1400 Holiday Inn's worldwide.
It wasn't until 1988 that the UK-based Bass PLC purchased the Holiday Corporation.
The Book: Half Luck and Half Brains, tells the story of Holiday Inn
After that 1st Holiday Inn, Orlando changed!
Unless you live in the area in which you are a real estate investor (or close enough to have your first hand knowledge, visit enough to know, or well funded enough to send your employee to survey the real estate landscape, enough for you to trump the competition) → finding a really great real estate agent is a priority!