If you live in Orlando, then you know about the I-4 Ultimate project which plays an important role for Orlando. This project actually affected our Orlando title insurance company because the I-4 exit used to get to our office was closed. The project includes a 21-mile makeover from west of Kirkman Road in Orange County to east of State Road 434 in Seminole County. Construction has already begun on the interstate and won’t be expected to be completed until 2020.

What does this mean for Central Floridians? Many people have started to find alternate routes to work, using the less-busy toll roads and taking advantage of the new Sunrail system, but many people are making the move a more suburban areas where they can avoid I-4 traffic altogether.

In Central Florida, cities that aren’t reliant on I-4 have shown the greatest number of home sales, cities such as Waterford Lakes, Winter Garden, and Ocoee. Homes in Orange & Seminole counties have some of the highest number of sales with the most affordability.

Homeowners, both new and native to Orlando, are quickly learning the impact that the I-4 project can have on the City Beautiful which is pushing home buyers out into suburbs like Oviedo, which is right next to the 417 toll road.

If you are one of those homeowners who is looking to list your home for sale or looking for a new home in the Central Florida area, contact Orlando title insurance company, Real Estate Closing Solutions. We can put you in touch with some of our trusted and reliable Realtors® and help you with your Orlando title insurance and escrow closing process. To learn more, contact us at 407-615-8550.