Orlando Fourth Most Searched City for Real Estate in 2012

Posted: January 14, 2013 | Categories: Communities | General Info
By Highland Homes

new homes in OrlandoEach year more than 50 million people from around the world travel to Orlando to visit popular attractions such as Disney World, Universal Studios and the Kennedy Space Center. As visitors enjoy the great weather and fantastic amenities many consider making their vacation a stay-cation and Orlando their year round home.  According to Realtor.com, this helped to make Orlando the fourth most searched city in America in 2012. With a year that has seen increasing construction projects and a strengthening job market, it is no wonder that buyers are searching for amazing new homes in Orlando.\n\nIn order to determine “Where America Wants To Live,쳌 Realtor.com compiled a list of their top-searched cities in 2012. Here is the list of the most searched cities on Realtor.com in 2012:\n

  1. Las Vegas, NV
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  3. Chicago, IL
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  5. Miami, FL
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  7. Orlando, FL
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  9. San Antonio, TX
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  11. Phoenix, AZ
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  13. Los Angeles, CA
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\nComfortable climates were the common denominator with the majority of the cities boasting milder temperatures throughout the year. With an average annual temperature of 72.4 degrees, owners of real estate in Orlando can enjoy local attractions all year long.\n\nAs a premier Orlando home builder, Highland Homes offers spacious single-family homes affordably priced from the low-$100,000s. Located in prime neighborhoods, our communities provide convenient access to all that Orlando has to offer. To make purchasing your dream Orlando home even more affordable, qualified buyers can move in for only $99 down.\n\nIn addition to Orlando, Highland Homes builds beautiful new homes in Tampa, Lakeland and Winter Haven. For more information on all of our beautiful Florida communities, visit the Highland Homes website.

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