In observance of Memorial Day, City Hall and all city offices will be closed on Monday, May 28, 2018.
Residential trash pickup on Monday will occur as usual.

Real Estate Management Frequently Asked Questions

FAQ

Q: Does the City of Orlando ever sell surplus property?
A: Yes, visit the City Owned Property for Sale or Lease page for information on surplus properties available for sale. (links to surplus city owned prop. Page)

Q: Does the Real Estate Division rent or lease property?
A: Yes, visit the City Owned Property for Sale or Lease page for information on available retail units. (links to surplus city owned prop. Page)

Q: Where can I find information regarding foreclosure sales?
A: Information regarding foreclosure sales can be found at the Orange County Clerk of Courts.

Q: Where can I find information regarding tax deed sales and tax certificates?
A: Information regarding tax deed sales and tax certificates can be found at the Orange County Comptroller’s Office.

Q: Where can I find information regarding City of Orlando or Orange County real estate taxes and/or property ownership?
A: Information regarding real estate taxes and property ownership can both be found at the Orange County Property Appraiser’s Office.

Q: How do I check to see if a property in the City of Orlando has a City lien?
A: To check on any City lien, you may contact the City’s Code Enforcement Division.
For all other lien information, contact the Orange County Comptroller’s Office.

Q: Who is responsible for maintenance of City owned properties?
A: It depends on the use and location of the property. If you have a concern about the condition of a City owned property, please contact the City’s Code Enforcement Division or call 407.246.4444.

Q: Can the Real Estate Division help with Landlord/Tenant disputes?
A: No, the City’s Real Estate Division represents the City only. We do not offer outside advice or assistance. However, the City’s Office of Human Relations may be able to offer some assistance.

Q: Who do I contact regarding a complaint against a real estate broker or salesperson?
A: Contact the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.

Q: How can I get on the City’s approved appraisers and consultants list?
A: Visit the City’s Procurement and Contracts Division.