That's right -- the city known for family-friendly Disney fun is in the top 10. It's likely the mass amount of tourists doesn't sit well with local residents, no matter how much money they dump into the economy.
Orlando is home to Walt Disney World, but the city is also known for its golf courses and other forms of outdoor recreation.
Orlando's economy is more diverse than you might suspect, and important sectors include aerospace, biotechnology and manufacturing, warehousing and distribution.
If you're interested in calling Orlando home, your budget should hover around $225,000.
According to Trulia, that's the average list price for a home in the area, though many homes actually sell for less.
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