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Important news for Orange County families facing eviction or struggling financially due to the coronavirus! In an effort to help curb possible evictions due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Orange County Board of County Commissioners has approved the COVID-19 Eviction Diversion Program. The program is designed to help Orange County tenants who are in imminent danger of being evicted by providing assistance for up to three months of past due rent (up to $4,000). Click the link below for more information on this important program.
Orange County theme parks are struggling. In the same week that Trip Advisor named Disney World the number one theme park in the world, the company announced it has lost $2 billion during the pandemic. And they are not alone – Universal’s theme parks reported a 94% loss in the second quarter of 2020. Although the situation looks dire for one of our region’s most influential industries, there is some good news. Even with the losses, both parks are still profitable, which hopefully prevents more layoffs for their remaining staff. Theme parks have clearly struggled over the last few months, but their heads are still above water.
We are pleased to announce that Reese Stewart, President of the Orlando Regional REALTOR Association (ORRA), will be joining Rick Singh at the 2020 State of Orange County Real Estate to discuss real estate trends in the Orange County area. Reese is an Orlando native who holds both a Florida real estate broker license and a Florida real estate instructor permit. As ORRA President, he represents 15... See More
#TuesdayThoughts In some of the worst news yet, thousands of families who thought they had been given a little more time were handed eviction notices this week. Yes, the delay in evictions was extended by Governor Ron DeSantis to September 1, to provide relief to families financially burdened by the pandemic. Unfortunately, the moratorium wasn’t just extended in its original form. Key language was... See More
It was our pleasure to partner with Champions City Church to bring much needed resources to our community on Saturday. Assisting our neighbors is truly the best way to spend a day!
Mark your calendars! OCPA's annual State of Orange County Real Estate will be presented on Thursday, September 3 at 11:00 a.m. - this year hosted as a virtual event. Join Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh, CFA, for a dynamic presentation full of valuable insight on the county’s thriving real estate market. The event will also feature special guests who will join Rick Singh to discuss important topics in our community. Click the link below to visit our website for more information and to save your seat for this exciting event! #SOCRE2020
That’s a wrap! It was wonderful to connect with so many of our neighbors at the food giveaway today. We treasured the opportunity to provide resources to families who need them. Thank you to the OCPA team members who dedicated their Saturday to supporting our community.
We’re so proud to support our community by passing out resources to families who need them! Come by and see us to grab a bag of food supplies – no questions asked.
The OCPA team is ready to pass out food to our neighbors in need! Free food supplies will be available at Champions City Church in Edgewood ?from 10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.?, or until supplies run out. We’ll see you soon!
Breaking news! The 5th District Court of Appeals has granted an Amended Motion for Rehearing filed by Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh, CFA in regards to ongoing litigation initiated by Walt Disney World. The Court has reversed its previous June 19th decision and issued a new substitute opinion that permits the continued and appropriate use of the Rushmore method for all hotel types, so long as the manner in which it is used takes intangible assets into consideration. For more information about the reversal and the Court's new opinion, click the link below to read the full article in the Orlando Sentinel.…/os-ne-disney-hotel-proper…
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  • 296,322 Single Family Residential
  • 50,167 Residential Condos
  • 23,060 Townhomes
  • 74 Timeshares
  • 4,086 Multi-Family
  • 1,067 Apartment Complexes
    • 140,343 Apartment Units
  • 289 Hotels
    • 90,685 Hotel Rooms
  • 115 Mobile Home Parks
    • 5,524 Mobile Homes
  • 5,906 Manufactured Homes
  • 23,787 Vacant Residential
  • 14,063 Commercial
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