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  • move to Orlando area?

    So, I'm recently divorced, however prior to that, we had discussed our moving to Celebration (from Las Vegas).

    Now that it is just me (and my pup) I was still really interested in trying to pull off this move, even with no friends or family down there (other than mickey of course).

    I guess my question/concern is, how exactly can I make this happen?
    "Think of all the joy you'll find, when you leave the world behind, and bid your cares goodbye..."

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    Re: move to Orlando area?

    Originally posted by CJRourke View Post
    So, I'm recently divorced, however prior to that, we had discussed our moving to Celebration (from Las Vegas).

    Now that it is just me (and my pup) I was still really interested in trying to pull off this move, even with no friends or family down there (other than mickey of course).

    I guess my question/concern is, how exactly can I make this happen?
    Why go all the way to florida when disneyland is so close to vegas? move to LA..
    I know nothing about celebration florida but the best start would be to look at sites like these
    CELEBRATION FL Real Estate
    they seem to have listings of open properties also if you google they information about what its like to live in celebration


    Hope this helps! and welcome to micechat!

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      Re: move to Orlando area?

      Celebration is highly expensive, and no longer Disney owned. There are tons of cheaper alternatives nearby.

      I wouldn't move to Orlando without a job in place, however. It's a challenging job market here.
      Kevin Yee
      MiceAge Columnist

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      Walt Disney World Hidden History - tributes, homages, and ride remnants at WDW
      Your Day at the Magic Kingdom
      Mouse Trap
      Tokyo Disney Made Easy
      101 Things You Never Knew About Disneyland
      Magic Quizdom (The Disneyland Trivia Book)

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