Are you feeling stuck and needing a change? Moving to a new home can be an exciting adventure, but also stressful. Don’t worry, we have some tips to help get into the right mindset for change.
Embrace the idea of change and make it a positive experience.
Think through all the details to prepare for a successful move.
Create a timeline with milestones & check-ins.
Keep your motivation up by focusing on the end goal.
Connect with your new community & make yourself feel at home.
Let go of the past and look forward to the possibilities ahead.
One of Gary Keller’s great quotes that our team often refers to is: “What you focus on expands.” If moving is a goal for you, focus your energy onto figuring out HOW. Brainstorm, journal, seek advice.
Take these steps and don’t be afraid to start fresh in a new place. It IS possible for you. The question you have to answer is: How?

Winter Park

Winter Park is a city near Orlando, Florida. It’s known for its abundant outdoor spaces, Old World charm, elegant homes, quaint bricked streets, extensive tree canopy, first-class shopping and dining experiences, world-class museums and Rollins College.

Baldwin Park

Formerly the site of a sprawling Naval Training Center, Baldwin Park has been transformed into a tranquil, primarily residential community with palm tree-lined streets featuring quaint cafes, restaurants, bars, and shops. With two lakes as focal points, the area also offers Blue Jacket Park, home of the RTC Orlando Memorial, as well as walking and cycling along Cady Way Trail.


Maitland, one of the oldest incorporated municipalities in Central Florida, is a city rich in history. The City of Maitland is among Central Florida’s most attractive communities with a mix of an active art and history community, friendly neighborhoods, a growing downtown center and one of the area’s top commerce centers, scenic, tree-filled parks.

Altamonte Springs

Altamonte Springs is a city born of innovation, fiscal responsibility and progressive ideas. The City has a perfect blend of community spirit and bustling activities that help create a wholesome environment for residents and visitors alike. Tree-lined streets and beautiful, natural parks reflect the charming and unique character of what locals call home. Not to mention, their robust events program is the most exciting in the region, all generously funded by the area’s corporate sponsors. Hosting more than one million visitors each year, the City’s programs infuse into our community a sense of excitement and entertainment, while enriching our diverse social fabric.

Winter Springs

Winter Springs is known for its numerous amenities and conveniences including its myriad of parks and recreational areas for people to enjoy — such as the Winter Springs Community Park. There are also several golf courses in Winter Springs including the world-famous Orange Tree Golf Club where Tiger Woods once played when he was just 12 years old!

Winter Garden

Winter Garden has a rich history and is known for its charming downtown area, which features historic buildings, local shops, and restaurants. It is also home to several parks, lakes, and recreational areas, which offer residents and visitors ample opportunities for outdoor activities.


Oviedo, Florida, is a beautiful community in the state’s central region. It’s a vibrant city with abundant activities and attractions to enjoy. Oviedo has an impressive historic downtown area full of charming shops and restaurants. You are likely to see wild chickens roaming the streets of downtown, as the community is a popular gathering place for the birds. Residents love the small-town charm and family atmosphere while having access to nearby attractions like Universal Studios and Disney World.

Lake Nona

Lake Nona is home to thoughtfully-designed neighborhoods, dozens of parks and playgrounds, weekly community events, top-rated education facilities, walkable shopping, dining, and entertainment options, and innovative business clusters.

Audubon Park

Audubon Park is a neighborhood located in the heart of Orlando, Florida. The community is known for its vibrant culture, diverse population, and strong sense of community. It was named after the famous naturalist, John James Audubon, and is known for its lush greenery and natural beauty. The neighborhood has a strong focus on sustainability and is home to several eco-friendly businesses and initiatives. It is also known for its unique local shops, restaurants, and art galleries, which reflect the community’s eclectic and creative spirit.

Lake County

Home to over 1,000 pristine lakes and rivers, it’s obvious how Lake County got its name. But beyond the bountiful lakes swimming with fish is a landscape found nowhere else in Florida.


Sanford, one of Central Florida’s oldest incorporated cities is well-known for its brick lined streets, towering oaks, elegant store-fronts and large, nineteenth-century Victorian homes. Living in Sanford offers residents a dense suburban feel and most residents own their homes. Many families and young professionals live in Sanford and residents tend to lean liberal.


Windermere is known for its luxurious lakefront homes, famous residents and a quiet, charming atmosphere.

Dr. Phillips

Dr. Phillips is a community within the city of Orlando, was founded by Dr. Philip Phillips, one of Orlando’s first millionaires. Just 10 minutes from Disney World and 15 minutes from downtown Orlando, today’s Dr. Phillips includes upscale neighborhoods along the Butler Chain of Lakes. Bay Hill Country Club and Orange Tree Country Club.

College Park

The College Park neighborhood is known for its 20th-century cottages, abundant green spaces and lakes. Lake Ivanhoe, in particular, is popular for waterskiing, wakeboarding and its views of the downtown skyline. The neighborhood is also home to the Dubsdread Golf Course, which dates back to the 1920s. Clustered along the main street, Edgewater Drive, are gastropubs, hip boutiques and vintage stores.


Gotha has a strong sense of community and is known for its friendly and welcoming atmosphere. The community is home to several local businesses, parks, and community events that bring residents together. Overall, Gotha is a tight-knit community that prides itself on its history, culture, and community spirit.

Belle Isle

Belle Isle is a friendly Central Florida community where peaceful, lakefront living provides a permanent vacation from surrounding metros.

Thornton Park

Charming, residential Thornton Park is known for its boho-chic clothing boutiques, organic juice bars and stylish eateries, as well as its classic bungalow homes, shaded by large oak trees heavy with Spanish moss. At the neighborhood’s heart, lively Washington Street has a genteel European feel thanks to a decorative fountain and a number of wine bars and cafes with outdoor seating.

Lake Mary

Lake Mary is lovely, with well-planned communities of stately homes built around lakes, some upscale golf communities, and condos and townhomes along curving, tree-lined streets. Commutes, if you’re not in the infamous Orlando rush hours, are effortless, and you can even travel further afield from the close-by Sanford Airport without the hassle of Orlando’s giant MCO — though that airport is surprisingly easy to access, as well.

Colonial Town

Living in Colonial Town Center offers residents a dense suburban feel. In Colonial Town Center there are a lot of bars, restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Centrally located to all desirable areas: Mills 50, Audubon park, Downtown, Colonialtown, the Milk District, and Winter Park.


Riverview is a suburb located in Hillsborough County, Florida. The area has experienced significant growth in recent years, with new housing developments, shopping centers, and businesses popping up throughout the community. Despite its rapid growth, Riverview has managed to maintain its small-town charm and community spirit. Riverview is a family-friendly community with excellent schools, parks, and recreational areas, making it a popular choice for families and young professionals.


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