One of the fastest-growing cities in Orange County, Apopka is only 12 miles NW of Orlando. With low taxes, a high level of service and a strong community spirit, Apopka is an ideal location for homebuyers searching for property near Orlando. Read more about Apopka FL homes.

Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $470K
Lowest Price $57K
Highest Price $3.2M
Total Listings 654
Avg. Days On Market 71
Avg. Price/SQFT $231

Property Types (active listings)

Apopka Homes For Sale

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Apopka FL Homes for Sale: Find Out More

Apopka currently has 13,500 residential homes and more than 251,000 square feet of commercial buildings in the development process. Apopka real estate meets the needs of a wide variety of buyers, from first-time homebuyers to luxury home seekers. Home styles are also abundant; there are single-family homes, townhomes, and condos within every economic level.

Home prices in the Apopka FL real estate market range from the low 100's to over 1 million. The majority of single-family homes range in price from the mid 100's to low 400's.

Would you like to talk to an expert in Apopka, Florida real estate? Contact us online or call us at 407-352-4020 and let us help you with all of your real estate needs.

Transportation in the Apopka Region

Apopka's transportation network includes freight rail, U.S. 441 and S.R. 429 (Western Expressway) with direct access to the Florida Turnpike. State, county and city park and recreation facilities are also available for families and residents.

Apopka Economy

As the second-largest city in Orange County, Apopka is home to 40,280 residents. The City has grown more than 38 percent since the 2000 census with municipal boundaries over 32 square miles. Apopka has one of the lowest millage rates in central Florida, and the City's fire department has an ISO Class 1rating, helping to save insurance costs for property owners. Apopka works closely with Enterprise Florida, the WAGES and Enterprise Zone programs.

The city, known as ‘The Indoor Foliage Capital of the World,' has the necessary land and infrastructure to accommodate a variety of commercial and industrial uses for its fast-paced growth.

Apopka Schools

In 2006, Wolf Lake Elementary and Wolf Lake Middle Schools opened to serve the northwest area. In 2007, Wekiva High School opened its doors to meet the growing demands of the area.

Attractions Near Apopka Real Estate

The Caroll Building also was known as the Apopka Historical Society Museum is a historic site here in Apopka; it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Some of the attractions in Apopka are the Apopka Museums, the historic sites, and the Wekiwa Spring State Park.

Apopka Parks and Recreation

The Wekiwa Spring State Park is 8,000 acres with camping, swimming, canoeing, fishing, beautiful nature trails, horse trails, biking and picnicking, perfect for everyone to enjoy.

Need more info about Apopka homes?

Folio Real Estate & Property Management specializes in the Central Florida real estate market. Contact us online or call us at 407-352-4020 for a free consultation with one of our agents.

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