The sunshine state, a premier retirement destination, the coastline keeper - while each is true,
did you know that Florida’s infamous allure goes deeper than our reputation?
Stretching 442 miles north to south, there is more history and cultural diversity stamped
into each mile of Florida than most other states have to offer in total. Thanks to Florida’s unique
settlement history, pockets of cultural flare can be found thriving just about everywhere. From the Greek
sponge diving community in Tarpon Springs to St. Augustine, the nation’s first settlement in 1565
that today offers visitors a chance to travel back in time - we hope you find the diversity
of our towns and cities as charming as those who call them home.
Are you a frequent traveler? Florida is home to 12 international airports and 14 deepwater ports, making it a choice home base for those who like to explore. Perhaps you are a lover of fine arts? Stop by the Dali Museum to enjoy an impressive collection of Salador Dali’s masterworks or take an architectural road trip and enjoy the state’s collection of art deco and streamline modern buildings. It’s the largest of its kind in the world. Do you need a boost of adrenaline every now and then? Seven of the world’s most visited theme parks call Florida home.
With an average of 237 sunny days a year, it’s true that Florida is the sunshine state. And thanks to this, residents have plenty of time each year to enjoy the over 1,800 miles of coast line, 7,700 lakes and 27 different natural springs as well as the 9,200 miles of nature and equestrian trails, golf courses and public parks.
If you’re considering moving to or relocation within Florida, we want you to know you don’t have to navigate it alone. Give us a call or complete our contact form to be connected.