Florida's real estate market right now is as hot as the weather!
According to experts "There is very low inventory and very high demand." But, we didn't need an expert to tell us that. With more people than ever flocking to the Sunshine State, places to live and vacation are a hot commodity.
But, if you are going to buy a vacation home in Florida, here are the 7 Best Places.
I went down there for a staycation a few weeks back! It is SO busy it's crazy! Property is extremely expensive but I'm sure if you bought a property and rented it out to visitors, you would make bank in no time.
The island of Palm Beach is home to legendary resorts, exquisite mansions and historic landmarks, including Henry Flagler's former residence, now the Flagler Museum. Lined with stately palm trees, the shopping nirvana of Worth Avenue is known worldwide.
My personal favourite, halfway between Miami and Boca, we get the best of both worlds
I went there a few months back with my boyfriend for a romantic stay and it didn't disappoint. Such a beautiful, quaint town. A hotspot now for lovers all around America.
I used to do a workout class there in the afternoons and it is a beautiful city. We would love to watch other workout classes doing yoga as the sun sets and have a drink or dinner at a nearby restaurant when we were done. It’s known for its beaches, marinas and offshore coral reef, plus numerous wrecks and other dive sites. The long Pompano Beach Pier stretches into the Atlantic Ocean. North, along the shore, the 1900s Hillsboro Lighthouse guards the Hillsboro Inlet, an entrance to the Intracoastal Waterway.
I'm going there for the first time for a wedding in December and I can't wait. I have been told by people who live there and visit often that it's a truly wonderful place and I may just fall in love with it!
I went there one time at Christmas a few years back. I remember it being a quiet town that's perfect for relaxing. It was clean and felt very safe. Naples is a city on the Gulf of Mexico in southwest Florida that’s known for high-end shopping and golf courses. The Naples Pier, first erected in 1888, is the city’s symbol and is a popular fishing and dolphin-spotting destination. Did I mention the sand? You can find clean white sugar sand, so beautiful.
So where will you be buying in Florida?