What Is the Greater Orlando Area?

What is The Greater Orlando Area? We’re glad you asked because quite often when one mentions Orlando, the first thoughts are Disney, Universal and Sea World. That’s quite understandable since 72 million people visited Orlando theme parks in 2017 and we were on pace to break that record in 2018. Nonetheless, people don’t live at the theme parks so let’s talk about what a wonderful place this is to live.
Let’s use TGOA as we go forward to refer to the area. It consists of Orange, Lake, Seminole and Osceola counties as well as extending a bit into Polk and Volusia county. The U.S. Census Bureau estimated in July 2017, that 2.5 million people reside here but we average about 20 million visitors a day. The area is approximately 3,400 square miles in size. Before we moved here, if you mentioned different counties we had no idea what they were so let’s break each county down a little bit. Remember, always feel free to contact us by phone or email with any questions. It’s important to ask questions in regards to this and it’s our pleasure to provide you with the right information to help you choose the right home/right place for you and your family. Below we will list the counties and some of the neighborhoods.

Orange County: Winter Park, Downtown Orlando, Doctor Phillips, Lee Vista, Lake Nona, Waterford Lakes and more.
Seminole County: Oviedo, Sanford, Lake Mary, Winter Springs and more.
Lake County: Clermont/Minneola, Groveland, Mt. Dora and more.
Osceola County: Kissemmee, St. Cloud, Celebration, Narcoossee and more.
Volusia County: Just think “D”. Debary, Deltona, Deland and more.
Polk County: We mostly service Davenport in this county. It’s a hidden gem
in regards to home prices and a close proximity to Disney.

Just tell us what your budget is, where you will be commuting to work, your children’s interests, etc. and we will be happy to advise you.