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Apartments for Rent in Orlando

Located in central Florida, Orlando, the headquarters of companies like Walt Disney, Jet Blue and the Golf Channel, is the second biggest city in the state, after Miami. Although the Summer months can be sweltering while at the same time producing lots of rain, the weather is steadily warm year round, which impresses many who come to inhabit the city. Orlando is one of the United States’ most visited cities, andt’s no wonder why; the city is home to an outstanding 7 of the world’s top theme parks. This fact is one of the main reasons the city sees around 68 million visitors per year. The theme parks actually employ a large number of local residents, so it’s also no surprise that the city’s unemployment rate is lower than the national average. On the other hand, however, because the city’s economy is mostly based on tourism, Orlando also has one of the lower annual salaries due to service job wages. If you are moving to, and looking for an apartment in Orlando, prices are on par with cities of similar size. Cheaper apartments can be found for around $700-$900, and more expensive apartments for rent in Orlando are available for closer to $1500-$18,000.


Furnished & Serviced Apartments in Orlando

Furnished and serviced apartments in Orlando are easy to find because they are high in number. With so many large companies and international visitors and tourists, it’s a convenience that there are so many. Serviced apartments are often a popular alternative for business professionals who are away on business for extended periods of time. These establishments offer rooms that are equipped with a greater number of amenities and services, those which you typically only find in hotels. Additionally, these types of accommodations also provide a more homely, modern apartment kind of feeling. What’s also great about them is that they are also a good option for families that are on an extended vacation, but would prefer to do without the hustle and bustle of busy hotels. Because these options are pre-furnished and come with additional services, furnished apartments in Orlando are typically more expensive than regular apartments.


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$608
EasyRoommate

Rooms for Rent

$633
Roomster

$625/HOUSE-LAKE VIEW..All Utilities/Furnished/Wifi Inc.

$400
Roomster

Bedroom for rent, serious inquires!

$658
SpareRoom

2 rooms to rent in a quiet neighborhood

$8,585
Acomodeo

W195 Castle Pines - Reunion Resort - W195 Castle Pines - Reunion Resor

$4,664
Acomodeo

W121 Reunion Resort - W121 Reunion Resort

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Recent properties

$700
Roomster

Exclusive Condo Room x Rent-Kirkman

$1,777
College Student Apartments

Verona at Valencia Park Florence

$1,440
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Verona at Valencia Park Tuscany

$1,372
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Verona at Valencia Park Sorrento

$1,970
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Dwell Maitland Paladium

$2,888
College Student Apartments

Landon House Lake Nona Atwater

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Featured Apartments

$1,267
Roomster

Available November 1st 1br/1bath

$3,636
Sublet.com

House 3 bedrooms in Orlando (Disney)

$10,701
Acomodeo

W183 Reunion Legends Corner - W183 Reunion Legends Corner

$2,630
Sublet.com

Townhouse 2 bedrooms in Orlando (Disney)

$2,529
Sublet.com

Townhouse 2 bedrooms in Orlando (Disney)

$1,620
Sublet.com

Townhouse 1 bedrooms in Orlando (Disney)

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Rooms for Rent in Orlando

Seeking out rooms in Orlando that are available for rent or subletting is surely not an uncommon thing in this city. Because Orlando’s theme parks employ so many local residents, many outsiders are attracted to this city for the bountiful, stable employment opportunities. In addition to theme parks, many service jobs exist in general to support the massive numbers of tourists and travelers that pass through the city. Also, as mentioned before, service job wages are often much lower than other means of gainful employment. It’s a common practice that many residents, especially those that are moving from another city, will rent an apartment close to there place of employment. This helps with two things: firstly is that being close to work helps save money and time on commuting; and secondly, it’s a way to get your feet planted in the city and have the time and stability to look for more a more permanent housing situation.


$1,200
Homestay

StayHome away Home

$850
Homestay

Home near attractions and airport

$708
SpareRoom

room for rent

$1,300
SpareRoom

Private Room w/ Ensuite Bath in College Park

$709
EasyRoommate

Beautiful Orlando Home

$709
EasyRoommate

1 BR near Millenia Mall/ Conroy Rd

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Student Housing in Orlando

There are many colleges and universities in Orlando, Florida, including the University of Central Florida and other local campuses. Just as many other major cities, some of the more expensive areas are to be found in the downtown area, meanwhile the less expensive areas tend to be located further out. In Orlando, the neighborhoods of Lockhart and Fairview shores are two examples of places that could be a good place for finding student apartments in Orlando. Lockhart is known to be a quieter suburb in a location that is still relatively close to downtown. There’s also Fairview shores, where there are many lakes and outdoor sporting activities and is also close to downtown. In these areas you can find accommodation for between $800-$1,000 per month. There are also the neighborhoods of Winer Park and Oviedo. These are also practically suburban areas that offer more quiet student residences in Orlando.


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