WHY FLORIDA

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An abundance of available new homes across the state to fit any budget or desired lifestyle from front porch and golf course living to conservation vistas and lakeside leisure are a plus for buyers in the market for a new
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Cheeseburger in Paradise

Salt life is a state of mind with over 663 miles of beaches along the Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico to be enjoyed all year long. With several sandy cities ranking on top beach lists in the world, Florida
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Calling All Sports Fanatics

With ten professional sports teams plus dozens of minor league and collegiate teams, Florida is a sports fanatic’s playground. Due in part to year-round pleasant temperatures, many of the country’s top teams call Florida home such as the Tampa Bay
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The Top Amusement Park Destination

As the country’s top amusement park destination, Central Florida is home to the world’s most famous mouse plus dozens of others iconic characters, marvel superheroes and Lego legends. Besides class-act entertainment, amusement parks represent an entire segment of Florida’s economy
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Unlimited Recreational Activities

Florida’s natural treasures are absolutely breathtaking. From natural springs with hidden underwater caves great for day trip adventures to acres of preserved conservation including the largest subtropical wetland, the Everglades. Florida features thousands of activities for the nature extraordinaire for
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Sunny and 75

While most counties in the United States are suffering from a polar vortex most of the state “suffers” from year-round amazing temperatures that yield a result of shorts and t-shirts nearly 365 days a year.
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South Florida’s real-estate market

Miami’s real-estate market is strong, but the good times can’t last forever, industry leaders said at a Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce event Friday. One speaker, longtime commercial broker Jack Lowell, donned a top hat and a pair of rose-tinted glasses
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Best Places to Invest in Real Estate in Florida

1. Doral Doral tops our list thanks to its relative affordability, low unemployment rate (4.4%, or over a full percentage point lower than the statewide rate) and strong population growth. This north-central Miami-Dade County city from 2010 to 2013 welcomed almost
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