Retire2Fla.com's New Information Page for "The Villages"!!
Our all new section features The Villages located in Lady Lake, FL, just north of Orlando and south of Ocala. Central Florida’s largest active adult community features multiple golf courses and a wide array of activities and services including shopping, restaurants, sports, and medical facilities designed specifically for active adults 55 and older.
New Retirement Resources Center!
Welcome to the new Retire2fla.com's Retirement Resources Center. Here you will find information on Health and Life Insurance, along with information to help you learn to invest your money into such things as Mutual Funds and Annuities. Please take a look at our new Retirement Resources Center and lets us know how we can expand it even more to better serve you.
Mortgages - What Are The Different Types
Many mortgage programs are available today. Choosing the right one for you can make a huge difference in your monthly payment. Learn the difference between fixed rate, ARMs, Interest Only and balloon mortgages. Read More About The Different Types of Mortgages
Tips To Chiropractic Consultation
Chiropractic consultations need not be a cause of worry with the some tips and bits of information. Read More about Tips To Chiropractic Consultation
Simple Golf Swing
Get Your Hands On The "Simple Golf Swing" Training That Has Helped Thousands Of Golfers Improve Their Game
Get access to the Setup Chapter from the Golf Instruction System that has helped thousands of golfers drop strokes off their handicap.
Welcome to Florida... Where “Retirement” brings on a whole new meaning!
Central Florida includes the counties of Orange, Osceola, Seminole & Volusia
Orlando is known as "The City Beautiful" because of its lush, green landscape and numerous lakes. Located in the center of Florida, it is a wonderful place to live, work, play, raise a family or retire. In 2000 Orlando’s population was 185,915. The population is projected to rise to 196,863 by 2005.
The Orlando International and Sanford Airports serve as the main transportation hubs for the region. The tourism industry is an economic mainstay with such attractions as Walt Disney World, Sea World, Universal Studios and other venues such as The Arabian Knights dinner show. With companies such as Lockheed Martin, the High Tech Industry is also being drawn to the Metro Orlando area along with international business, film and television, arts, culture and sports and health care.
The City of Orlando has 83 public parks, totaling 2,150 acres of developed open space, recreation areas, picnic areas, bikeways and playgrounds. There are also 8 Special Facilities, 2 Senior Centers and 18 Recreation Sites/Centers within its boundaries. It only takes one hour to arrive at Atlantic beaches and 2 hours to the Gulf of Mexico.