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If you are a looking to settle in a place with a low cost of living but offers a lot of comfort and leisure, Florida is the place to go.
Real estate brokers, like Melissa Yardy and Raymond Bolduc, know that the house prices in Florida are comparatively lower than in other parts of the US. It is also home to some of the best medical centers in the country, due in part to retirees having flocked the place.
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Aside from promising cheaper home prices and excellent healthcare, Florida offers warm weather, beautiful beaches, and Southern hospitality that you can hardly find in other states.
Florida has earned the nickname “Sunshine State” because of its warm and fairly humid climate. While the north and central parts of the state is humid tropical, South Florida is tropical. The warm weather is perfect for people who seek an active lifestyle and love swimming in beaches, visiting theme parks, and fishing.
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Florida has a 1,197-mile coastline with 2,276 miles of tidal shoreline and 663 miles of beaches. The beaches have warmer water compared to that of the rest of the US. Because of abundance of beaches here, one is never more than 45 minutes away from dipping, wading, or diving into the water. There are also five cruise ports in this place, which means that those who love cruising can save a lot of money on airfare.
The local residents in Florida are known for their hospitality. Being part of the Southern United States, the local residents are stereotyped for being hospitable to visitors. This hospitality can be rooted in the religiosity of the region, which teaches that one should be good to strangers.
Florida is pretty much a paradise, both for the young people and the elderly who want to enjoy retirement.
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