Orlando, FL HUD Homes for Sale

Orlando is a city andthe county seat of Orange County in the state of Florida. The city is located in Central Florida, and is known as The Theme Park Capital of the World. The two most significant of these attractions are Walt Disney World Resort and Universal Orlando Resort. Due to the subtropical climate Orlando and the area around the city is home to many golf courses. Orlando is home to the University of Central Florida which is one of the largest campuses in the country.

For a city like Orlando, with its 284,817 residents, HUD homes are an increasingly viable option for those trying to move into a new home but may be feeling squeezed out of the current housing market. HUD homes are owned by the US Department of Housing and Urban Development and present a greater range of financing options than traditional homebuying paths. With a median household income of $55,183 and a median home value of $262,500, HUD homes in Orlando aren't just a way to get into a housing market that is already experiencing shortages, they may just be the ideal way for you. To learn more about our current HUD homes in Orlando, FL, register today! The perfect home could be waiting for you.
Check out Orlando, FL HUD homes for sale, which may include auction properties, for sale by owner, and more.
Showing 1 - 44 of 440
Hot
1 of 13 1527 WINTER GREEN BLVD
HUD Foreclosure
Casselberry
Townhouse/Condo
Winter Park, FL 32792
2
3
1652 ft2
1981
Hot
1 of 10 632 REINDEER DR
HUD Foreclosure
 
Single Family Home
Kissimmee, FL 34759
2
2
1082 ft2
1986
Hot
803 TAMERLANE ST
HUD Foreclosure
Deltona Lakes
Single Family Home
Deltona, FL 32725
2
2
1544 ft2
1970
3828 WHITE HERON DR
Auction
 
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
4
2
1196 ft2
1951
5009 Bermuda Cir
MLS
Rosemont
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32808
3
3
1872 ft2
1980
4502 DREXEL AVE
MLS
 
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
1
1046 ft2
1958
4154 VERSAILLES DR #4154
MLS
Rosemont
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32808
2
2
1165 ft2
1982
4934 Samoa Cir
MLS
Rosemont
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32808
3
3
1872 ft2
1980
1 of 23 4988 CLARCONA OCOEE RD
Auction
Lockhart
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32810
3
2
1957 ft2
1952
1 of 18 4509 MEADOWBROOK AVE
Pre-Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)
 
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
1
1188 ft2
1959
5145 LIGHTHOUSE RD
MLS
Rosemont North
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
1479 ft2
1985
5007 Jamaica Cir
MLS
Rosemont
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
1598 ft2
1979
5443 AEOLUS WAY
Pre-Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)
 
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
1625 ft2
1987
4121 WHITE HERON DR
Auction
 
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
2834 ft2
1972
4993 LACAYA WAY
Pre-Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)
Rosemont North
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
1727 ft2
1988
4810 OLD OAK TREE CT
Auction
 
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
1229 ft2
1989
4152 PLAYER CIR #107
Pre-Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)
 
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32808
4
3
1634 ft2
1978
4500 HERITAGE OAK DR
Pre-Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)
Rosemont
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
1372 ft2
1984
New
1609 LONG RIDGE CT #285
MLS
Engelwood Park
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32807
3
2
1143 ft2
1986
1 of 15 3845 IRONWEDGE DR
Pre-Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)
 
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
2369 ft2
1991
New
2923 MARSHFIELD CT #824
MLS
Ventura
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32822
2
2
1026 ft2
1984
4950 LACAYA WAY
Pre-Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)
 
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
1874 ft2
1989
1 of 23 5240 CRISFIELD CT
Auction
Rosemont North
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
1462 ft2
1983
4945 Sanoma Vlg
MLS
Signal Hill
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
1225 ft2
1986
1 of 38 5513 RIORDAN WAY
Auction
 
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
1276 ft2
1958
5038 CASSATT AVE
Auction
 
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
1
1045 ft2
1959
4507 SEYBOLD AVE
Pre-Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)
 
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
1
960 ft2
1959
New
1704 SHADY RIDGE CT #238
MLS
Engelwood Park
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32807
3
2
1032 ft2
1987
4670 PHEASANT RUN DR # 4-A
Auction
 
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32808
2
2
960 ft2
1981
New
1 of 38 2528 Woodgate Blvd
MLS
 
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32822
2
2
930 ft2
1987
4013 DIJON DR #4013
MLS
Rosemont
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32808
2
3
1376 ft2
1982
7717 BOREAS DR
Pre-Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)
 
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32822
3
2
1553 ft2
1979
5350 AVON CT
Pre-Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)
Monterey
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32807
2
1
1153 ft2
1955
1 of 6 5514 MERIDIAN WAY
Auction
 
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
1244 ft2
1958
7942 GUARDSMEN ST
Pre-Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)
 
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32822
2
2
1003 ft2
1980
5230 CLARION OAKS DR
Pre-Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)
Rosemont North
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
1302 ft2
1991
New
5153 LIDO ST
MLS
Dover Manor
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32807
3
2
1807 ft2
1977
3202 HEATHGATE CT
Pre-Foreclosure (Lis Pendens)
Bryn Mawr
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32812
3
2
2001 ft2
1985
New
1 of 37 2516 Woodgate Blvd
MLS
 
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32822
2
2
1008 ft2
1987
1 of 32 2200 MOSHER DR
REO Foreclosure
Fairview Shores
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32810
3
1
1428 ft2
1959
Hot
1 of 16 5161 NEPONSET AVE
Short Sale
Rosemont North
Single Family Home
Orlando, FL 32808
3
2
2045 ft2
1988
Hot New
2520 WOODGATE BLVD #204
MLS
 
Townhouse/Condo
Orlando, FL 32822
2
2
1008 ft2
1987
Map
Sponsored Link

More Orlando, FL Property Resources

HUD Homes in Cities Near Orlando, FL

Browse all HUD Homes in Florida

Buying a Home in Orlando, FL

Discover and understand more about what you can expect for Orlando, FL in terms of weather, education levels, income levels and more to get a better feel for the city.

Current Orlando population

Orlando, FL currently has a population of 284,817 which means it is a medium sized city with plenty to do and fun to be had.

Typical Rent Asked in Orlando, FL

Median Home Price in Orlando, FL

Households by Income in Orlando, FL

Top Reasons to Buy a HUD Home in Orlando

Orlando Housing Statistics According to US News the average cost of buying a home in Orlando is approximately $214,000, which is slightly below the national average. The cost of buying a home vary greatly depending on the neighborhood. In Lake Nona Central or East Park it cost around $300,000 to buy a home, it is also more expensive to rent a home. In Conway, Lake Frendrica and South Semoran it cost approximately $70,000 to buy a home, it is also cheaper to rent a home in these neighborhoods. The average cost per month to rent an apartment in Orlando is higher than the national average. The cost of living in Orlando is generally on par with similarly sized metro areas. However, Florida has no state income tax making it more appealing to live in Orlando.

Living in Orlando Orlando is an extremely popular tourist, both domestic and international, destination, renowned for its theme parks. The subtropical climate is great for golfing, and the downtown city landscape is attractive. The following are some of the most famous and most visited theme parks located in or near Orlando.

Walt Disney World Resort is composed of four theme parks:the Magic Kingdom, Epcot. Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Disney's Animal Kingdom; two water parks: Disney's Typhoon Lagoon and Disney's Blizzard Beach; 21 hotels; the Disney Springs shopping; dining and entertainment complex.

Universal Orlando Resort features two theme parks and Universal CityWalk, a pedestrian thoroughfare with shops, restaurants, a movie theatre and nightclubs. The original park, Universal Studios Florida, is home to the 3-D Despicable Me Minion Mayhem ride and the Simpsons Ride. Universal's Islands of Adventure has several rollercoasters and a Jurrasic Park themed ride. A water park called Universal's Volcano Bay is also available. The main attraction of Universal Orlando's parks is its Harry Potter sections which are split between the two theme parks. The Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Diagon Alley is located in Universal Studios Florida, and The Wizarding World of Harry Potter - Hogsmeade in Universal Studio's Islands of Adventure.

SeaWorld Parks and Resorts Orlando is combined by the three theme parks SeaWorld Orlando, Discovery Cove and Aquatica. There are many hotels located within the entertainment complex.

Transportation and commutes in Orlando Mainly due to its size, almost all Orlando residents commute by driving alone, or commute via carpool. There are plenty of places to walk, including lakefront paths and wooded trails, Orlando is too spread out to be walkable. For the same reason it is not really bikeable either, although there are rental bikes downtown.Orlando has a regional bus transit system called Lynx, which covers a five-county area. Commuter rail system is provided bySunRail.

Inter-city buses are provided by primarily Greyhound Lines, Inc, to and from many cities across the country. Inter-city trains are provided by Amtrak's Silver Meteor and Silver Star, that departs twice every day in both directions between New York City and Miami. The Orlando International Airport (MCO) is the primary airport in the city. The airport has many flights to both domestic and international destinations, some of which are seasonal.