Orlando has many different styles of homes and neighborhoods. We put together this home style/neighborhood guide to help you get an overview of the many types of homes Orlando has to offer. There is definitely a home that will fit your taste, wallet and lifestyle… Click here for our “work in progress” Orlando Neighborhood Guide […]Orlando Area Home Styles and Architecture
Hardly anyone likes to be quizzed but sometimes it is not a bad thing to take a test. Especially when it helps you to take an important, life changing decision. That said, RealEstateWall would like to challenge every soon-to-be first time home buyer (whether you are in Orlando or elsewhere in the world) to take […]Take this fun first time home buyer quiz!
Sanford FL and for the most part all of Seminole County in Central Florida doesn’t really have a lot of land available anymore. Since land has become so expensive, builders have been either constructing town homes (more homes on less land) or luxury homes. There are two new construction townhome communities Sanford (West of I-4) that we wanted to mention here:
Terracina by Morrison Homes and Savannah Park by Ashton Woods Homes
Living in downtown Orlando is a dream many (first time) home buyers dream: walking to cafes, restaurants and shops – possibly even to work! It’s a dream of convenience and urban lifestyle. Imagine living only minutes away from beautiful Lake Eola, the perfect spot for a walk or just to relax and read your favorite book. Visit the public library, one of the many art galleries, and last but not least the many trendy night clubs, bars and restaurants O-town has to offer – all by foot or bicycle!
If this is a lifestyle that suits you, definitely check out the townhomes downtown Orlando has to offer at the moment (property slider on right). You will see, there aren’t many because the downtown area of the City Beautiful is a desirable spot – however, you may find the one that is just right for you!Downtown Orlando and Thornton Park Townhomes
For those of you who have already ruled out single family homes, you may now wonder “what is the right home for me? Condo or town home?”
This is a very good question because there definitely is a difference between condos and town homes. Much of it is related to a lifestyle.