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Orlando Area Hotel Occupancy Better Than National Average Mon, Feb 22, 2010 The Orlando area hotel occupancy and revenue per available room fared better than the national average in 2009.  But the local average daily room rate fell below average with an average daily rate of $92.90.  The occupancy rate is at 60.7% ... Read More

Central Florida's Largest Sports CEOs, Organizations and Events Mon, Feb 22, 2010 With its theme parks, conventions and resorts, Central Florida is the world's No. 1 tourist destination.  Sport-related events throughout Central Florida are also popular despite the tough economy that we are currently experiencing.  Sport-... Read More

Seminole State College to Purchase Land for Altamonte Springs Campus Mon, Feb 22, 2010 Seminole State College wants to purchase about 25 acres land which would speed up school's expansion plan.  The 25 acres of land is occupied by three car dealerships as part of a multimillion dollar expansion plan for its 9-acre Altamonte Spring... Read More

Sterling University Central to start Phase 2 Construction Mon, Feb 22, 2010 The second phase of sterling university central to break ground in April 2010 Read More

Rollins College Proposes Inn On School Owned Property Mon, Feb 22, 2010 Rollins College to build a 150 room Inn one block from campus. Read More

Orlando Area Promising Region for Entrepreneurs Mon, Feb 22, 2010 Orlando is the 17th best place to start a new business. Read More

10 Inexpensive Ways to Make Your Property More Attractive to Buyers Mon, Feb 15, 2010 Tips on making your home more appealing to buyers. Read More

Burnham Institute Opens Orlando Campus Fri, Feb 05, 2010 The Burnham Institute for Medical Research opened its Orlando campus in April as the hub of the Medical City at Lake Nona. The institute offers an innovative research environment where scientists study the most troubling medical problems of our time.... Read More

2009 a Quiet Hurricane Season for Central Florida Fri, Feb 05, 2010 The year 2009 was a quiet one for Orlando in regards to the hurricane season which started on June 1 and ended on Nov 30.   There was record-breaking rain fall that flooded Volusia County in the month of May.  The rainfall in the Orlando ar... Read More

Stimulus Package Positive For Homebuyers Fri, Feb 05, 2010 Tax credit extension is a positive note for the housing market to recover. Read More

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