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Located in one of Downtown Orlando’s most up and coming neighborhoods, the South Eola District, we are found just two blocks away from Orlando’s iconic Lake Eola. Our agents specialize in Orlando real estate, and also serve a large portion of the Central Florida area. Some of the neighborhoods we cater to include: Lake Eola Heights, Colonialtown, Winter Park, Baldwin Park, Oviedo, College Park, Winter Garden, Conway, Windermere, Doctor Phillips, and many more! Not only do we serve the greater Orlando area, but we have also expanded into the Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and Tampa markets.
One of the best resources we provide is our information-packed website, where everything you need to get started when buying or selling your home is right at your fingertips. From market statistics to neighborhood demographics and school information, to all Central Florida MLS listings (including short sales and bank owned homes for sale). You can check out our community information section if you want to learn more about specific neighborhoods in Orlando and Central Florida, or even request a free CMA provided by one of our agents. We want to make sure you have everything you need to make an informed decision about buying or selling your property.
If you are ready to buy a new home, sell your current home, lease your investment property, or get property management services, we are here to help. Contact us today and experience the Metro City Realty difference.
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