Home Prices in Florida Vary Depending on Location

Home prices in Florida Home prices in Florida and cost of living in Florida vary throughout the state. This blog is a response to a recent question we received from a foreign individual inquiring about the different home prices in Florida.

According to Trulia.com, a website that lists homes for sale, Monroe County, which includes the Florida Keys and Key West, is the most expensive county in which to purchase a home. Miami-Dade County is second on the list.

If you are interested in moving to Florida, and especially if you will be setting up a business, it is important to research the cost of living and the cost of doing business in the area in Florida where you are planning to move. This includes not only home prices, but commercial real estate price and other costs such as food, electricity, suppliers, and more.

Miami is the city that is most known and desirable to foreign individuals, but there are many other desirable cities to move to in Florida. Orlando is another city that is popular, which may be a reason why it also tops the list of expensive real estate; Orange County’s average home price is almost $300,000 according to Trulia.com.

The most popular counties to purchase homes according to the site include Miami-Dade County, Orange County, Sarasota County, and Saint Johns County.

The greater Jacksonville area, which includes Duval County ($174,650), Clay County ($184,413), and Saint Johns County ($240,000), is a nice alternative to Orlando and Miami to live and run a business.

If you are interested in moving to Florida and/or setting up a business in Florida, then contact Boyer Law Firm’s business law and real estate attorneys today.

If you have a question or suggestion of a topic you would like to see on this blog, then contact Office@BoyerLawFirm.com today.

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