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You could structure it that way as far as having a master brokerage with the two corps (Orlando & Tampa) as the members of the master.
The issue is that agents will technically need to be employees of both the Orlando & Tampa corps to be able to bounce back and forth between Orlando and Tampa.
If your plan is to have two separate entities (Orlando & Tampa) with the Orlando agents doing business through Orlando and the Tampa agents doing business through Tampa, but all of it being under one master corp, then this is the right way to go. However, the only way you will be able to have agents doing business in both Orlando and Tampa is if you either make them employees of both sub-corps or only have one master corp with locations in both cities.