Dan Gil | Windermere Real Estate, Orlando Real Estate, Winter Garden Real Estate

For those who enjoy the thrill of riding roller coasters or the serenity of sitting at the top of a Ferris wheel, Florida is a can't-miss destination. In fact, luxury homes are available near some of the top Florida amusement parks, such as:

1. Disney World

The home of Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and other unforgettable Disney characters, Disney World brings magic to life.

Located in Orlando, Disney World is the world's premier family vacation destination. It offers dozens of fun, exciting rides and attractions, along with assorted parks that guests of all ages can enjoy.

Of course, if you own a luxury home near Orlando, you'll live just minutes from Disney World. And as a result, you should have no trouble exploring all that Disney World has to offer, any time you choose.

2. Legoland

Kids and adults who enjoy constructing Lego environments are sure to appreciate Legoland, a one-of-a-kind, Lego-inspired amusement park in Winter Haven.

Legoland is a thrill-seeker's dream come true, as it features massive roller coasters, water rides and much more.

In addition, Legoland is less than an hour outside of Tampa and Orlando. This means if you purchase a luxury home in the Tampa or Orlando area, you won't be too far from Legoland.

3. Busch Gardens

A Tampa favorite, Busch Gardens offers world-class shows, animal experiences and rides galore.

Busch Gardens boasts 335 acres of land, all of which are filled with rides and attractions. Plus, Busch Gardens hosts special events throughout the year, guaranteeing that guests can enjoy unparalleled experiences whenever they visit.

When it comes to getting to Busch Gardens, there may be no better choice than purchasing a luxury home near the amusement park. That way, you can reap the benefits of owning a deluxe Sunshine State residence that makes it easy to travel to Busch Gardens at your convenience.

Florida may be best-known for its majestic beaches and beautiful weather, but the state's amusement parks also provide plenty of reasons to settle down in the area. Furthermore, the broad array of luxury homes available in Florida ensures that you can instantly discover a top-notch house near any of the aforementioned amusement parks.

Lastly, if you need help searching for a luxury home in the Sunshine State, you should reach out to a local real estate agent.

A real estate agent helps luxury homebuyers streamline the process of acquiring a first-rate residence. This housing market professional will set up luxury home showings and keep luxury homebuyers up to date about new residences as they become available. Perhaps best of all, a real estate agent works for you and will do everything possible to help you minimize stress throughout the homebuying journey.

Don't leave anything to chance as you kick off your search for a Florida luxury home near one of the state's top amusement parks. Contact a real estate agent today, and you can begin your search for the perfect Sunshine State luxury home.

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1031 WOOD CV, KISSIMMEE, FL 34743  

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OPPORTUNITY! EXCELLENT PRICE FOR A BEAUTIFUL TOWNHOME IN MEADOW WOODS COVE! Upgraded. Dream townhome featuring Stainless Steel Appliances, Cherry Wood Cabinets, Granite Countertops, Separate Nook (eat-in space) Tile floors all over the ground floor & a Beautiful Pond view. Gated Community with a beautiful community pool. Just minutes from Florida Turnpike, shopping, dining, Orlando Airport, and Lake Nona.


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BACK IN THE MARKET. OPPORTUNITY! BRAND NEW A/C UNIT!!! EXCELLENT INVESTMENT! VACATION RENTAL TOWNHOUSE IN THE BEAUTIFUL, COMPLETE, RESORT-STYLE COMUNITY OF REGAL PALMS. Fully furnished, performing and cash flowing under the rental management program of Regal Palms Resort Management. Just minutes to Walt Disney World (R). Right in the touristic heart of Orlando. HOA fee includes Resort Fee! If you always wanted to own your own vacation home in Orlando, this is your chance to get it at a discount price. Bargain!

Credit plays an important role in your ability to secure a home loan and to qualify for a low-interest mortgage. However, many first-time homebuyers aren’t aren’t sure about the exact relationship between credit scores and mortgages.

This doesn’t come as much of a surprise considering the many factors that go into your credit score and into your lender’s decision to approve you for a mortgage. So, in this article, we’re going to cover three commonly asked questions that homebuyers have about credit scores and how they’re used by mortgage lenders to determine your eligibility for a home loan.

Will my credit score go down if I check my credit report?

If you’re thinking of buying a home in the near future, one of the first things you’ll want to do is check your credit. However, if you’ve heard that some credit inquiries briefly lower your credit score you might be hesitant to find out.

This common misconception stems from the fact that taking out new lines of credit results in a temporary decrease in your credit score. The difference between checking your credit and a credit inquiry is simple: a credit check you can access for free online through a service like Credit Karma, whereas a credit inquiry is performed by a lender or creditor with whom you’ve applied for credit.

In short, checking your credit score online won’t affect your score. In fact, the major credit bureaus are required to allow you to check your credit for free once per year.

Can I get a loan with low credit?

Increasing your credit score is a lengthy process that requires careful financial management. Many people who have had difficulties paying off bills, loans, and credit cards will have to rebuild their credit. Or, if you’re young and don’t have a diverse history of credit payments, you’ll be starting from scratch to build your score.

If you’re hoping to get an FHA (first-time homeowner loan), the lowest your score can be is 580. However, that doesn’t mean you should always take a loan with a low credit score. When you don’t have a good credit history, lenders will seek other ways to guarantees their investment. This comes in the form of higher interest rates or PMI (private mortgage insurance) which you’ll have to pay on top of your monthly home insurance and mortgage payments.

Will applying for a home loan affect my credit?

Simply stated, yes. However, applying for a loan or get preapproved is considered a credit inquiry and won’t leave any lasting negative on your credit score. Making several inquiries within a short period of time, however, can significantly lower your score, so choose your inquiries wisely. And, be sure to monitor your credit score on a monthly basis so you have an idea of where you stand along the road to applying for a home loan.

Your home is your castle, your oasis, your domain. You want your home to be an escape from the stresses of everyday life. For this to be true, there are a few key things that you should have in your home for you to enjoy the ultimate peace that home can bring. If you don’t feel that your home is a peaceful place, you definitely need to heed the tips below. 

Have A Peaceful Spot To Relax In 

Every homeowner needs a place that they like to relax in. Your spot in the home should be a regular part of your routine whether it’s where you like to drink coffee and read the news, a meditation room, or a home gym. Whatever gives you pleasure and an escape should be a priority in your home and your routine. You don’t need a lot of space to accomplish this. Just a small nook in part of a room or a dedicated room in the house will do. It’s easy to create your own little piece of heaven.   

Nice Outdoor Space

Nothing brings peace to the mind and the soul like spending time in nature. For a tranquil escape right in your own home, make use of the outdoors. Do you have a deck or patio area? Can you put a hammock up in the backyard? What about a small bench swing? Any of these simple things can be your backyard oasis. Just be sure to surround these outdoor areas with colorful plants and other relaxing touches like rocks, trees, or even a running water fountain for an added effect.       

A Place To Separate Work And Home Life

If you work outside of the office at all, you probably have a home office space. You need this to be functional for your work, but you also need to remember the importance of separating your work life from your home life. Your home can’t be a tranquil place to be if you feel you’re always carrying your work around with you.  

A Place For Inspiration

Most of all, your home should be inspiring. There should be areas of your home where you can sit and think about projects you’re working on, problems you’re facing, or just simply let your thoughts flow. For inspiration, you’ll want to include inspiring images, pictures of the people you love, and items that make you plain happy. Your home is one place that helps you to keep the balance in your life. Make sure that you create the relaxing space that you deserve for a happier life!