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Quick Stats
The Orlando Metro area welcomed 68 million tourists last year, and our world-class airport is part of the reason why. The Orlando International Airport is ranked as the nation's top airport for customer satisfaction according to a new study by J.D. Power
Rick Singh and his team are still out assessing the damage caused by Hurricane Irma. Read what Rick had to say about Irma, Orange County, and FEMA in last Sunday's edition of the Orlando Sentinel.
Mortgage rates have expanded, and the Federal Reserve will likely increase rates in December. This means Orlando's tight real estate market may get more expensive.
To all those who observe, Happy Rosh Hashanah.
Today we were at the Winter Park Chamber lunch to learn giving a presentation to Realtors on how to utilize our website and speak about Homestead and other exemptions we offer to taxpayers of Orange County. If you would like to learn more please contact us at
OCPA and Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh celebrate the start of Hispanic Heritage Month!
So far, the damage value in Orange County totals $45 million. We're still working, and should you have questions about the value of damage to your property, call our office at (407) 836-5044.
Our county continues to grow, and if Amazon decides to bring its 2nd headquarters to Orlando, our region may be in store for up to 50,000 new jobs.
As Irma recovery winds down, tolls will return on Thursday, September 21 at 12:01 a.m.
Sunrail has returned to regular service, and today, it's free!
OCPS will have free meals available for all students through October 20. Our community continues to recover from Irma and OCPS continues to help families get through it.
  • 453,296 Parcels
  • 282,140 Single Family Residential
  • 52,444 Residential Condos
  • 19,282 Townhomes
  • 71 Timeshares
  • 4,110 Multi-Family
  • 855 Apartment Complexes
    • 122,547 Apartment Units
  • 284 Hotels
    • 85,908 Hotel Rooms
  • 131 Mobile Home Parks
    • 13,190 Mobile Homes
  • 4,734 Manufactured Homes
  • 27,174 Vacant Residential
  • 13,875 Commercial
  • 48,196 Other