Any drive around the outskirts of Metro Orlando reveals plenty of new homes under construction — with more than 3,900 people moving to the area every month, according to recent U.S. Census Bureau statistics, a plethora of home builders have been happy to build more roofs to help shelter the new arrivals.
Finding homes for the newcomers has been easy, with neighborhoods seemingly jumping out of the dirt overnight across the outer suburbs.
Hot spots of growth include Lake Nona and Horizons West, neighborhoods popping up along beltways, as well as cities such as Clermont and Winter Garden that offer easy commutes to downtown Orlando.
Activity continues to move farther from the city centers. Amid talk of the closest areas to downtown being built out, Beat Kahli, president of Avalon Park Group, sees things differently.
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