7010 Lake Nona Blvd, Orlando, FL 32827
Studio - 3 Beds $1,631 - $3,952
9,800 Rentals Available
7010 Lake Nona Blvd, Orlando, FL 32827
Studio - 3 Beds $1,631 - $3,952
6408 Raleigh St, Orlando, FL 32835
2 Beds $1,800
505 Chatham Ave, Orlando, FL 32801
Studio - 3 Beds $1,670 - $3,090
4463 Ring Neck Rd, Orlando, FL 32808
2 Beds $1,500
5256 International Dr, Orlando, FL 32819
1 - 3 Beds $1,750 - $2,770
4655 Thornlea Rd, Orlando, FL 32817
3 Beds $2,700
5885 Lakehurst Dr, Orlando, FL 32819
1 - 3 Beds $1,695 - $2,845
7665 Toscana Blvd, Orlando, FL 32819
4 Beds $6,000
6440 Narcoossee Rd, Orlando, FL 32822
1 - 3 Beds $1,634 - $2,576
1846 N Powers Dr, Orlando, FL 32818
5 Beds $2,195
464 S Kirkman Rd, Orlando, FL 32811
1 - 3 Beds $1,723 - $2,828
5408 Log Grove Ln, Orlando, FL 32829
4 Beds $2,950
12231 Pioneers Way, Orlando, FL 32832
1 - 3 Beds $1,893 - $4,106
4460 Lower Park Rd, Orlando, FL 32814
1 Bed $2,493
2410 Canopy Breeze Cir, Orlando, FL 32824
1 - 3 Beds $1,595 - $2,805
8100 Palm Pky, Orlando, FL 32836
1 Bed $2,250
9264 Moss Preserve Pky, Orlando, FL 32832
Studio - 3 Beds $1,726 - $3,900
6014 Appian Way, Orlando, FL 32807
3 Beds $1,895
10105 Selten Way, Orlando, FL 32827
1 - 3 Beds $1,730 - $2,750
1217 N Fern Creek Ave, Orlando, FL 32803
2 Beds $1,840
7800 Jubilee Park Blvd, Orlando, FL 32822
1 - 3 Beds $2,045 - $4,366
13010 Falcon Ridge Dr, Orlando, FL 32828
3 Beds $2,150
1460 Alden Rd, Orlando, FL 32803
Studio - 3 Beds $1,797 - $3,298
6778 New Hope Rd, Orlando, FL 32824
1 Bed $1,800
6677 Tanglewood Bay Dr, Orlando, FL 32821
1 - 2 Beds $1,524 - $2,104
5233 Clarion Hammock Dr, Orlando, FL 32808
4 Beds $3,000
480 N Orange Ave, Orlando, FL 32801
Studio - 3 Beds $1,610 - $2,999
10143 Shadow Creek Dr, Orlando, FL 32832
3 Beds $3,250
1124 Crosstown Way, Orlando, FL 32807
1 - 3 Beds $1,720 - $2,923
5610 Vineland Rd, Orlando, FL 32819
1 Bed $2,400
1448 Adriel Ln, Orlando, FL 32812
1 - 2 Beds $1,430 - $1,850
14200 Colonial Grand Blvd, Orlando, FL 32837
1 - 3 Beds $1,710 - $2,560
10000 Davis Creek Cir, Orlando, FL 32832
1 - 3 Beds $1,849 - $2,730
3703 Auburndale Ave, Orlando, FL 32839
3 Beds $2,095
7200 N Frontage Rd, Orlando, FL 32812
1 - 3 Beds $1,883 - $3,400
2217 Ardon Ave, Orlando, FL 32833
4 Beds $2,395
13645 E Colonial Dr, Orlando, FL 32826
Studio - 2 Beds Call for Price
4072 Banks Ave, Orlando, FL 32811
2 Beds $1,550
11804 Glass House Ln, Orlando, FL 32836
Studio - 3 Beds $1,625 - $3,300
10330 Henbury St, Orlando, FL 32832
4 Beds $3,500
We found 9800 Apartments for rent in Orlando, FL. ForRent.com provides you with the most comprehensive list of rentals so you can find your perfect home. Preview floor plans, view amenities, and compare rentals to find your perfect place. Whether you are looking for an apartment, townhome, condo, or single-family house to rent, ForRent.com delivers the most results. Have a pet? Need a swimming pool? You can filter your search and get tailored results designed just for you. If you are new to Orlando, FL, be sure to read all about living in Orlando to learn more about the local culture, nearby restaurants, and more. With ForRent.com as your go-to rental resource, you’ll be living in your dream home in no time.
While the city may be best known for its theme parks, Orlando offers a dynamic living experience right in the heart of Central Florida. Orlando is home to the University of Central Florida, Valencia College, a variety of corporate offices and local businesses, and lots of lakes and parks. Residents enjoy a wide variety of neighborhoods in the city, from quiet suburbs to the bustling downtown area and everything in between. Orlando’s rental options are incredibly diverse, with plenty of luxury apartments, charming duplexes, and spacious single-family houses available for rent throughout the city. Living near any of Orlando’s main highways will ensure a straightforward commute for many renters.
Those moving to Orlando appreciate the reasonable cost of living, especially for being a top tourist destination. Orlando's cost of living is lower than both the state and national average. Another big perk of moving to Orlando? No state income tax! While gas prices in this area are notoriously high, consider taking the LYNX bus system to commute within the city. The LYNX operates an affordable (free!) and convenient circulator bus in Downtown Orlando with 21 stops on the route, running every five to 10 minutes.
Orlando is considered the theme park capital of the world, and draws in millions of tourists all year round from around the globe. These parks provide jobs for tens of thousands of people and customers for countless other nearby businesses. But, of course moving to Orlando to live permanently is different than visiting it on holiday. There's lots of business and job opportunity here.
Orlando's subtropical weather and climate play a big role in resident's lives. Living here means you get to experience sunshine, warm weather, and sometimes, tropical downpours. But, that's just a part of living in this unique part of the States! But, if you're not into snowy winters or chilly autumn days, you'll love Orlando's year-round warm weather. And, did we forget to mention, alligators?
The job market in Orlando is one of a kind because it is one of the biggest tourist destinations in the world. Walt Disney World really is "where dreams come true," the company employs approximately one million people who live in the Orlando area. Along Aside from Disney, working in the tourism and hospitality industry can be a great success for those who are thinking of moving to Orlando. If that isn't your calling, there are also major employers in the high-tech and military high-tech industries such as IBM and Siemens.
Orlando is home to the University of Central Florida, the second-largest university in the U.S. by enrollment. The campus spans 1,400 acres and the student life has a significant impact on the town's economy and culture. Other colleges in the area include Valencia College and Seminole State. As for professional sports teams, the Orlando Magic NBA team and Orlando Solar Bears professional ice hockey team both play at the city's Amway Center. Most recently, the city welcomed the Orlando City MLS soccer team, Florida's newest major league addition.
Orlando is an obvious attraction for family vacations. It is packed with theme parks like Disney World, Universal Orlando Resort, and SeaWorld. The vibrant arts and performance scene is less well-known. The city has its own ballet, opera, and philharmonic orchestra for residents to see and listen to for cultural enrichment. How can we forget to mention the area's natural beauty? Orlando has nearly 100 lakes where you can enjoy a number of water activities including jet skiing, boating, and fishing. Parks are plentiful here as well. Many residents picnic in Cypress Grove or soak up the tropical scenery of Harry P. Leu Gardens.
Average Rent Rates
Rent averages in Orlando, FL vary based on size.
There are 1568 cheap apartments in Orlando, FL priced as low as $1,487
There are 1949 apartments in Orlando, FL that will allow a short-term lease.
Residents in Orlando, FL usually get around by car. According to Walk Score, Orlando, FL falls within the Car Dependent range.
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