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East Volusia & Flagler

Home to the "World's Most Famous Beach" and the birthplace of NASCAR, East Volusia and Flagler are well known for their white sandy beaches and lush green foliage. Situated on the east coast of Central Florida, Volusia County has 47 miles of Atlantic Ocean beaches and includes Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, Port Orange and New Smyrna Beach, to name a few. Flagler County is a naturally beautiful area located just north of Volusia and home to Flagler Beach and Palm Coast. With a very laid back feel, Flagler is sometimes considered a "touch of old Florida." Located about an hour's drive north of Disney World and the Kennedy Space Center it's also within a few hour's drive of other major Florida neighborhoods, such as Tampa (139 miles), Miami (253 miles) and Jacksonville (89 miles). This area is also home to several institutions of higher learning, including Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Bethune-Cookman University, Daytona State College and the University of Central Florida. To explore communities in this area click on the links below. Search Available Properties

West Volusia & Seminole

Conveniently located between Daytona Beach and Orlando, West Volusia and Seminole are home to Deland, Deltona, Casselberry, Sanford and Winter Springs. These quaint cities each have their own unique charm and qualities. For example, true southern charm can be found in DeLand, the county seat of Volusia County. This unique city features an award-winning downtown filled with antique shops and quaint restaurants, surrounded by stately historic homes and buildings. The scenic St. Johns River, famed for its bass fishing, links magnificent parks with wildlife preserves along the edge of the west Volusia and Seminole county borders. West Volusia and Seminole are also home to several prestigious colleges, including Stetson University, Daytona State College and Seminole State College. Stetson University is nestled in the lush, green foliage of the Deland historic district. To explore communities click on the below. Search Available Properties

Lake, Marion, Sumter & West Orange

In the heart of Central Florida, situated near The Villages with great new development and entertainment options, Lake, Sumter, Marion and North West Orange are all large, spacious counties that have much to offer any new-comer to the area or long time resident. With a multitude of lakes, there's much to do in terms of water and outdoor activities for the more spry and active adult. Bordered to the east by Volusia and Brevard; and to the west by Citrus, Hernando, Pasco, Hillsborough and Polk, these counties are the central part to Central Florida. You can find the right kind of activities for you. Whether those activities are water-related, nature-focused or theme park-related, you can always find something fun to do, that's for sure. To explore the many great housing communities click on the community names below. Search Available Properties

Osceola & South Orange

South Orange & Osceola, are situated right in heart of Central Florida, close to world-class theme parks and attractions. Kissimmee offers the best of both worlds; it's very close to all the major theme parks in the area, including Disney World, SeaWorld and Universal Studios, while still just far enough away from the hustle and bustle to relax. Kissimmee, nestled in Osceola County, is perfect for those who want to enjoy the tourist attractions of Orlando without having to be trapped in all the noise. Close to Cocoa Beach and residing near the northwest shore of Lake Tohopekaliga (Lake Taho), the city of Kissimmee offers much to do in the water, and also features many walking paths, playgrounds and fishing. South Orange County is home to parts of Orlando and provides the convenience of living right the heart of a thriving city offering cultural experiences, sporting events, shopping and employment opportunities. To explore communities click on the community names below. Search Available Properties

Indian River

Indian River County is a part of the Treasure Coast of Florida which offer spectacular beaches, close access to the Kennedy Space Center and new developments with dining, shopping and entertainment options. Vero Beach is the county seat of Indian River County and was named one of "America's Happiest Coastal Towns" by Coastal Living. The plethora of luxurious beaches, outdoor activities and great new developments offer many resident conveniences. The Indian River community also hosts a wide variety of leisurely activities with many enjoyable opportunities and places to explore, play or simply relax. To explore communities in this area click on the community names below. Search Available Properties

Highlands & South Polk

Highlands & Polk are counties offering the best of Florida and a convenient central location. Sebring is the county seat of Highlands County, which is bounded on the east by the Kissimmee River. The largest lake in the county, Lake Istokpoga, is connected to the Kissimmee River by two canals, meaning there are many water related activities for anyone who lives in the area. Sebring is also home to the oldest continuously operating race track in the US, Sebring International Raceway. Just north of Okeechobee, Highlands County hosts a wide variety of leisurely activities and are far enough away from the hustle and bustle of Orlando and the theme parks to be quiet enough for any resident; yet close enough to Orlando and the theme parks to spend a day there with a short drive. Offering great Central Florida living and water sports aplenty, from fishing to boating, Highlands & Polk Counties may just be the place for you. To explore communities in this area click on the community names below. Search Available Properties


Just to the west of Orlando and east of Tampa, Polk County offers incredible beauty and a sense of adventure with its gently rolling hills, cut with orange groves and dotted with freshwater fishing lakes. Cities including Lakeland, Winter Haven and Auburndale make Polk County a great place to call home. This unique location is close to the best attractions, fabulous golf courses, cultural and sporting events, as well as great fishing and camping spots. Residents of Polk County also enjoy easy drives to the Gulf and Atlantic beaches, along with some of Florida's most historic sites; including Bok Tower Gardens, Westgate River Ranch Resort (the Southeast's largest dude ranch), and the Frank Lloyd Wright "Child of the Sun" collection at Florida Southern College. With over 500 freshwater lakes, Polk County offers great fishing, adventurous airboat eco tours and exciting water sports. Wonderful parks, preserves and trails captivate visitors with Polk County's natural beauty. Find your perfect home in Polk County by searching the communities below. Search Available Properties

Pinellas, Hillsborough & Sarasota

The West Coast of Florida offers miles of coastline along the Gulf of Mexico and Tampa Bay. This area is perfect for beach lovers who enjoy watching a beautiful sunset over the water. Enjoy state parks and nature reserves as well as shopping, museums, and other attractions. Live the vacation life year-round in Clearwater, Tampa, St. Petersburg, Bradenton, Sarasota, Siesta Key, Port Charlotte, Fort Myers, and surrounding areas. Search Available Properties

Florida Keys

The Florida Keys are a chain of islands off the southern coast of Florida, forming the southernmost part of the continental United States. They begin at the southeastern coast of the Florida peninsula, about 15 miles south of Miami and extend in a gentle arc south-southwest and then westward to Key West, the westernmost of the inhabited islands, and on to the uninhabited Dry Tortugas. Despite being just a few hours from Miami, the Florida Keys feel a million miles away with powder-white sands, wispy palm trees and lively bars and restaurants where the parties go on long after the sun goes down. The Florida Keys offer the perfect combination of a laid back, island vibe and an active lifestyle with fishing and watersports abound. Search Available Properties