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Every year thousands of new residents begin calling Marion County home, keeping it amount the three fastest growing areas in the nation. The county's welcoming atmosphere makes transitions easy. The variety and affordability of housing ensures  that there are homes to suit every taste, lifestyle, and budget.
This is the Horse Capital of the world. Here you will find a mixture of rural and urban lifestyles side-by-side. There are majestic tree-lined scenic roads and rolling hills. Marion county is centrally located in the heart of Florida. We have easy access to Orlando, Tampa, and Jacksonville. It also affords access to the Gulf of Mexico or the Atlantic Ocean for fishing, boating, swimming, and other water sports.
Surrounded by a scenic countryside, Ocala has the vitality and diversity of a much larger city. Named the county seat in 1845, it has a wonderful history, yet the ability to move ahead into the next century. Ocala's historic district is a neighborhood of charming tree-lined streets, exquisite Victorian and Tudor homes. Throughout the city and in the nearby suburbs are newer developments of single-family homes, condos, townhouses, and apartments.
For those who long for the country life, Marion county offers many possibilities from newly built country communities to weathered farm houses, horse farms, and grand estates. The region's highway system makes outlying areas convenient to Ocala's business and shopping districts. From Belleview in the county, to Dunnellon in the West, and McIntosh and Reddick in the North, homes of brick frame abound, with new construction continuously expanding the selection for newcomers. 
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