Orlando Local Guide


Introducing Orlando, Florida

You are opening the door to Orlando, FL. Thank you for visiting. There are 433 local neighborhoods in Orlando. Many people in this municipal area enjoy the parks nearby. Residents like Orlando based on any number of different factors, amongst which are location, pricing schools, service offerings, and local amenities. This local living guide will look at all of this and more. Filter and search through 1,811 apartment complexes built and ready for move-in in and around this city.

Lifestyle Ratings

ApartmentHomeLiving brings you our detailed rental analysis called 'Lifestyle Ratings' - a comparison of rentals in cities and towns across the United States, including Orlando. Lifestyle Ratings show you the best fit for your needs and interests. This takes in many factors including filtering automatically for the best proximity to parks and outdoor amenities, luxury housing options, kid and pet-friendly communities, availability of transit options, and other valuable search options. Use Lifestyle Search in the site filter options on this page - and find your Perfect place!

Getting Around Orlando

Rated by WalkScore as 'semi-car-dependent', this section of town is one where you will want to have a automobile available. You will see that this municipal area has come together so that given the design of this this part of Orlando and lack of walkable sidewalks and footpaths, you will need your own car or truck to get along well here

When looking at going places on a bike, this city is fairly good. Orlando has a mid-level ranking by BikeScore. This is a ranking based on a survey of available bike lanes, bikeable hills, an abundance of reachable destinations, and individual feedback from thousands of bicycle riders.

Schools in Orlando, FL

For families with school-age children, education can be an important factor in choosing your rental home. Making smart home and apartment choices can help place students in really good school districts. Our researchers help you determine the most natural fit for your children by providing school info with each rental home or apartment listing on our site. Ask about attendence zones for schools during your leasing process.

Be sure to take a look at Oak Ridge High, the highest-rated high school in this city. The highest-rated middle school in this city is Conway Middle. For grades K-5 take a look at Shenandoah Elementary, the highest-rated elementary school in this city with a GreatSchools Rating of 6/10.

Orlando Points of Interest

This town contains ZIP 32803.

Pet Friendly Apartments

For apartment shoppers with pets, 'pet friendly' apartment communities can be found here.

Orlando Rental Pricing

A rental apartment in Orlando is on average $2,399. The average home rent in this town is $3,698. Studio apartments average $1,726 and range from $625 to $3,058. One bedroom apartments average $1,850 and range from $393 to $3,445. Three bedroom apartments average $2,716 and range from $830 to $8,800. Four bedroom (and larger) apartments average $2,246 and range from $680 to $9,498.

Low Income / Section 8 in Orlando

This town now has low income apartment communities for you to lease. 'Low income' multifamily communities are subsidized apartment units that have qualifying criteria (primarily income limits) that must be met in order to apply. Check out our inventory of residential rental offerings to see if you can find a a well-reviewed choice.

'Affordable' price-range apartment units for rent are available for rent in this area. Naturally occuring affordable housing is apartments without income restrictions provided by the market at low cost.

US Population Rank for Orlando, FL - ApartmentHomeLiving.com
Top 3 Local Schools in Orlando, FL - ApartmentHomeLiving.comHillcrest ElementaryLake Nona HighBlankner K-8

Frequently Asked Questions about Orlando

How much are Studio apartments in Orlando?

The pricing for 135 Studio Apartments in Orlando currently ranges from $625 to $6,384 with an average price of $1,722.

What is the current price range for One Bedroom Orlando Apartments for rent?

Today's rental pricing for One Bedroom Apartments in Orlando ranges from $393 to $7,343 with an average monthly rent of $1,846.

What does renting a Two Bedroom Apartment in Orlando cost?

The monthly rent prices of Two Bedroom Apartments currently available in Orlando range from $139 to $8,563. Today's average rental price for Two Bedrooms here is $2,247.

How expensive are Orlando Three Bedroom Apartments?

There are currently 585 Three Bedroom Apartments listings available in Orlando on ApartmentHomeLiving.com. The pricing ranges from $830 to $10,000 - averaging $2,711 for the location.