Retirees Relocating to Florida
Many retirees move to Florida for the sunshine, beaches, and low taxes. ☀️ As larger cities expand throughout the state, more and more people are looking to St. Augustine, where ocean-front properties are still significantly less than if one were to look in Fort Lauderdale or Miami. Sometimes even half the price for comparable properties!
Now throw into the mix a unique history, periodic architecture, proximity to nature, and a great artsy culture. It’s no wonder people are finally discovering St. Augustine and all it has to offer! Known as the country’s oldest city, this town has easy beach access and many great things to keep retirees busy throughout the year. Not to mention many fun activities for the whole family to enjoy when they visit, so much they’ll never want to go home! From the Alligator Farm and MarineLand to tanning at the beach and kayaking in Anastasia State Park, there’s something for everyone in the family. 🤿
- Florida has numerous health clinics, and the Mayo Clinic’s Jacksonville campus, a five-star hospital, is about an hour from St. Augustine.
- With no state income, estate, or inheritance taxes, Florida is among the tax-friendliest states in the country for retirees.
Plus, why not benefit from one of the many 55+ communities we have in our area? With amenities like resort-style pools, BBQs, and community events, there’s no reason you can’t enjoy these perks while having someone else worry about the maintenance! The newly opened Del Webb Nocatee Community is an excellent example of top-notch living with world-class golf courses, pristine beaches, and upscale dining and shopping all right nearby for you to enjoy. With fiber internet available, your grandkids won’t always be asking you why the wifi is so slow too!
Call us if you are interested in living in St. Augustine! With listings throughout the area, chances are we’ll have something just for you!