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  Living In Orlando 

 Real Estate by Peter Bastone

 Welcome to Living In Orlando. I am pleased that you have found this website to assist you in researching the Central Florida area. My name is Peter Bastone; I am a licensed Realtor with the Orlando Regional Realtors Association.

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With its warm, sunny climate, numerous recreational activities and booming economy, Central Florida offers its residents an ideal place to live, work and play.


If you and your family are relocating to the Central Florida area, this website will provide you a wealth of resources to assist you in finding a home and making your move as easy as possible.

I can always be reached by email, or by phone (407) 452-9767. 

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Living In Orlando

Orange is the most populous of the counties, and led by the city of Orlando, it is also the regions commercial focal point. The county consists of 900 square miles and eight cities, including a bustling big-city downtown Orlando.

Seminole County, located north of Orlando, consists of nearly 300 square miles. The county offers a small-town ambiance but, thanks to Interstate 4 and the Central Florida Greenway, there is excellent metropolitan access, as well. The county includes a total of seven cities, with Sanford serving as the political seat.

Osceola County, comprising 1,400 square miles of land, sprawls to the southwest of Orange and Seminole counties and has historically been the most rural. These days, however, Osceola is being counted as among Florida's fastest-growing areas. There are two cities, Kissimmee and St. Cloud.

Lake County features some 1,200 acres of rolling hills and, as the name suggests, bountiful lakes. Not coincidentally the county is enjoying robust population and industrial growth throughout its 14 towns and cities.

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