Are you thinking about moving to Florida? Would you rather brag or moan about living in one of the 10 most expensive cities in Florida? Perhaps you can do both. These locations are absolutely wonderful, and they may be worth the price, too.
It’s been quite a while since Insider Monkey wrote about 9 most expensive cities to live in Florida, so it’s high time they updated their list. Despite the recent shooting incident, Florida will remain to be one of the most popular destinations. First of all, there’s the weather. You can completely forget about winter jackets and boots and enjoy the sunshine all year long! The map of Florida is very interesting concerning the landscape, too. It’s not all about the beaches and fun under the sun. You’ll find plenty of state parks as well. But if you wish to spend your retirement days close to a beach, here are 10 best places to retire in Florida on the water.
Indeed, the Sunshine State is a wonderful place to be. The neighborhood isn’t too bad, either. In case you wish to settle down in one of the locations from the list, your next-door neighbor will probably be a CEO or a movie star. That should tell you something about the average income, and it’s best not to try to keep up with the Joneses. Or Kardashians.
The lovely, pricey cities were ranked according to the most basic living costs. First, there are the real estate prices. Some of them are 699% higher than the national average. That’s right. You read it well. As for the rest of the expenses, Insider Monkey chose food, utilities and health care as the best indicators of how affordable it is to live in the city.
Take a look at these cities. Some are rather small, while others are quite big. Which city from 10 most expensive cities in Florida would you like to live in?