South Florida’s tri-county area (Broward, Miami-Dade and Palm Beach) is one of North America’s most interesting and diverse cosmopolitan places to live. Whether you are looking for a condo on the beach, an urban loft or single family home in a suburban community there are a multitude of residential options and price ranges to choose from.

Living in a sub-tropical environment provides more than 250 days of sunshine each year. You can enjoy the outdoors all year long. With daytime temperature rarely dipping below 60F in the winter and averaging in the upper 80’s – low 90’s in the summer, the area’s beaches, parks and recreational opportunities become part of an active and casual lifestyle. Professional Sports Teams, Performing Arts, Museums, World Class Shopping and Restaurants offering multi-national cuisine all enhance the enjoyment of living in South Florida.

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How does the cost of living in South Florida Compare to the other US cities?

The State of Florida does not have an Income Tax, but the property taxes are higher than in many areas of the country.

Do hurricanes occur every year?

No. 36% of all hurricanes ever recorded have hit the State of Florida. It’s important to be prepared for a hurricane during the season of June 1-November 30.