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Relocation Guide

Discover South Florida and find out what gives each town its own uniqueness.  Learn about the culture, things to do, and search highly sought after communities within each city.  For more in-depth details on neighborhoods, school reports, and market activity contact us to request a FREE report.

Stuart, Florida: Known as the “Sailfish Capital of the World,” is located on the Treasure Coast of Florida, and is just south of Vero Beach, and north of Palm Beach. Due to Stuart’s proximity to the St. Lucie River and Indian River Lagoon it provides for some of the best offshore, inshore/near shore, from the shore, and deep sea fishing in the world. Stuart offers a mild climate and beautiful waterways teeming with fish, sailfish in particular. A well-established mecca for fishing isn’t all this quaint town offers.

As one of the U.S’s most popular small towns to visit, Stuart, Florida offers a Riverwalk with live music on Sunday’s to enjoy as you stroll along the St. Lucie River, a charming and clean historic downtown district where you can shop, dine and unwind, and Halpatiokee Regional Park where you can hike the various trails or kayak down the river. You can take a walk on the beach, hunt for seashells, and watch for large lumbering sea turtles as they lay their eggs in the sand all from some of the finest beaches on the east coast. With an average temperature of 74 degrees, Stuart offers, the perfect South Florida lifestyle when it comes to quaint small towns.

Stuart’s most sought after neighborhoods include the:
– Golf course communities of: Willoughby Country Club, and Pipers Point.
– Waterfront communities of: North River Shores, Swells Point, Locks Landing, The reef, and Mariner Sands.

West Palm Beach offers breathtaking waterfront views, and smooth-sand beaches year round. The shopping and entertainment districts of CityPlace, Northwood Village, Clematis Street and Antique Row provide infinite options of relaxation. Also, West Palm Beach is a regional center of commerce and a host to international collections of European, Chinese and American contemporary art. With Fine dining, and Broadway- quality shows, and SunFest- Florida’s largest waterfront music festival, West Palm Beach has dynamic entertainment events you can attend year-round.

With beach towns like Tequesta, Jupiter, Jupiter Inlet Colony, Juno Beach, and Singer Island, make Palm Beach County as a whole one of the most alluring counties in the world. Warm trade winds and an average temperature of 75 degrees make for an outdoor aficionado paradise. Teeming with watersports, from stand up paddle boarding, to kite surfing the coastlines of pristine beaches, to kayaking the historical and gorgeous Loxahatchee River. For offshore fishing fans the Gulf Stream is just 8 nautical miles east of Jupiter Inlet, and 5 nautical miles from port everglades. For golfers looking for a perfect hole-in-one experience look no further than Palm Beach County’s own backyard, with 17 of the top 25 ranked courses in all South Florida. Let’s not forget PGA Tour’s Honda Classic, which gathers the best golfing legends in the world.

Some of the most sought after communities include:
– The golf course communities of: PGA national, Seminole Golf Club, and Ballenisles,
– The waterfront communities of: Riverside Oaks, North Passage, and Frenchmans Creek, Jonathan’s Landing, and Admirals Cove.
– The oceanfront communities of: Jupiter Inlet Colony, Surfside Hills, Palm Beach Shores, and Lost Tree Village
Miami, Florida is at Florida’s southeastern tip. A leader in finance, commerce, culture, media, entertainment, the arts and international trade, Miami is a well-rounded town. Downtown Miami is home to the largest concentration of international banks in the US, and many large national and international companies.

Offering multiple enticements for everyone from the swanky Art Deco district, to the trendy nightlife of South Beach. From Miami Beach to the hidden treasures of Coral Gables the accommodations are beyond plush. Shopping options are endless, from the modern malls to the one on one boutiques specializing in personalized attention in Coconut Grove. Miami’s art festivals and outdoor food and wine festivals go unrivaled.

Miami is a sports enthusiast’s mecca, with not one but four professional sports teams to chant about: The Miami Dolphins, Miami Heat, Miami Marlin’s and the Florida Panthers. Deep-sea fishing is among one of this cities lures, with the Gulf Stream about 10 nautical miles from Key Biscayne

Miami and its suburbs are located on a broad plain between The Florida Everglades to the west and Biscayne Bay to the east, which also extends from Florida Bay north to Lake Okeechobee. With the Gulf Stream running northward just 15 miles off the coast, the cities climate stays warm and mild all year.

Some sought after communities in Miami include:
– Golf Course communities: Normandy Shores Islands, La Gorce Golf, and Granada Golf View
– Waterfront communities: Palm Island, Cocoplum, Holiday Colony, Cutler Cay and Venetian Islands
– Oceanfront communities: Morningside, The Moornings, Bay Heights, Palmetto Bay, and Sunset Pointe at Collany Key

The Florida Keys moves to its own beat.
Key West is the southernmost point in the United States. Famous for historical sites, lush beaches, vibrant nightlife, and a wide array of watersports. Ernest Hemingway found Key West to be of endless inspiration. Duval Street is the place to be when the sun goes down, offering endless fun with its strips of shops, cafes and bars. It is an island filled with engaging architecture, decadent gardens and beautiful courtyards. This island is not for the faint at heart and happens to be a perfect place for investment properties, with millions flocking here all throughout the year.

– Sought after communities include:
– Banyan Resort
– Old Town
– Casa Marina
– Filer Boyle
– GG Watson Sub
– The Meadows
Marathon when it comes to boating activities this Island has it all. You can enjoy some of the best deep-sea fishing to reef or flats fishing in Southeast Florida. The turquoise waters provide the perfect medium for jet skiing, swimming with dolphins, kayaking, and paddle boarding. Offering two timeless state parks, Crane Point Hammock and Curry Hammock State Park, and the historic Pigeon Key Island. Marathon is a 10-mile long family oriented island community situated in the middle of the Keys island chain.

– Sought after communities include:
– Little Venice
– Key Colony
– Sea-Air Estates
– Hawaiian
– Duck Key
Islamorada is famously known as the “Sport fishing Capital of the World,” and supposedly has the largest fishing fleet per square mile in the entire world. Which means one thing, amazingly fresh seafood! The island sits just 90 minutes south of Miami. 24 hours a day Islamorada offers something for the whole family to do whether it is under, above, near or in the water. The azure blue waters that surround this “Village of islands, ” offer astonishing views from every restaurant, waterfront resort, and bridge you drive over. With beaches like Anne’s Beach to Sombrero Beach this Island is the heart of the Florida Keys.
Sought after communities include:
– Strattons
– Anglers Reef
– Venetian Shores
– Treasure Harbor
– Plant Key Colony
Key Largo is proclaimed to be the Dive Capital of the world. It is the first of all the fabulous Florida Keys and home to the world’s largest artificial reef; a sunken retired naval ship called the USS Spiegel Grove. It is home to the state park such of John Pennekamp Coral Reef Underwater State Park and the iconic vessel the African Queen. Diving, snorkeling, fishing, kayaking and swimming with dolphins in the beautiful clear water are a few of the watersport activities you can enjoy year round. Watching the sunsets from this island too is just another one of its fabulous qualities.
Sought after communities include
– Key Largo Ocn Shores, Buccaneer Point, Ocean Reef Club, Key Largo Yacht Club, and Port Largo