Florida relocation resources
Relocating to Florida? Good choice, many people move here every year to enjoy the growing economy, no state income tax, clean air, beautiful beaches and sunny weather. No matter if your moving Jacksonville, Miami or Tampa or any other city you will find state information, moving companies, Realtors, school information, motor vehicle, and drivers license information to get your license changed.
Florida has a lot more to offer than just Disney World and Sea World. St. Augustine is the oldest inhabited city in the United States, being settled permanently 40 years before Jamestown. Tourism dominates Florida's economy, but the GDP in Florida is growing like crazy, with some real estate markets spiraling out of reach of locals. However, there are still plenty of great places to live in Florida. While you are there you will surely see roadside attractions in the Everglades offering Alligator wrestling, stop in and see one of the planet's oldest living fossils. Alligator wrestling is not faked usually, and there is the possibility that you could see some blood. Fishing and boating of course are plentiful and make a great pasttime for coastal Florida activities. If you like snorkeling or scuba, the Florida Keys are the place for you. The Keys have crystal clear water where fish, turtles, eel and coral are viewable just a few minutes from your launch destination.
The State of Florida online resource page is probably one of the best resources in the country for relocating to a state. It is also a great resource for online services.
Tips, reminders and guides:
Go to change your address online at the USPS website. It is easy to use and helps make sure no mail gets lost in the transition.
Vanlines.com can help you find a reliable moving company that you can trust with your valuables. They have put a list of moving companies in Florida allowing you to get a free quote.
The state of Florida Department of Safety has made learning the requirements and changing your license easy. There is a lot to see in Florida, so get your license changed quickly.
Here is a resource where you can view all the cities of Florida real estate online making it easy to make an informed decision.
Being able to compare schools in Florida and see what your kids will be getting into is easy. Great Schools.net even has parent reviews.
Florida Home Price Appreciation (Average Annual Rate)
Florida Vs. National Average
1 Year Florida 10.8% National Average 8.6%
3 Years Florida 7.5% National Average 7.4%
5 Years Florida 6.0% National Average 6.1%
10 Years Florida 4.0% National Average 4.3%
10 Largest Cities in Florida:
1. Jacksonville 735,617
2. Miami 362,470
3. Tampa 303,447
4. St. Petersburg 248,232
5. Hialeah 226,419
6. Orlando 185,951
7. Fort Lauderdale 152,397
8. Tallahassee 150,624
9. Hollywood 139,357
10. Pembroke Pines 137,427