Palm Beach County

Palm Beach County is a nice place to live for singles and families alike. Many different locations to choose from if you would like to live here. From high-rises to single family residences in all price ranges. These cities are known for Marinas and offshore coral reefs, it’s a great place to live with the ocean in your backyard and wake up with the views of the intracoastal waters or the ocean from your ocean front condominium.

Over 100 years of graceful evolution Palm Beach is fully developed community world renowned for its beauty, quality of life and small-town character. All the beaches have its owned renowned character that must be visited, they all have one thing in common; Beautiful Beaches!  The areas of the Palm Beaches have many things to enjoy and do as well as the communities where you can call home.  This is a perfect place to stay and enjoy your life style, it's a fit for everyone.

Boca Raton

Boca Raton is a city on the southeastern coast, known for its golf courses, parks and its fantastic beaches. Boca Raton like most cities in Florida are safe to live in, it’s perfect for raising a family and offer great schools. Boca is known for its many gated communities filled with outdoor amenities. Between the endless beaches and the fun places to visit across town, you’ll never have any trouble finding exciting things to do in Boca Raton. Besides the incredible beaches, you may also enjoy exploring the Red Reef Park, which is home to the Gumbo Limbo Nature Center with trails, a butterfly garden and sea turtle sanctuary. Covering an area of about 32 square miles, Boca Raton communities are beautiful, comfortable, and family-friendly. Living in Boca Raton offers a variety of lifestyles ranging from people with kids to retirees looking for peace and quiet.

West Palm Beach

For those dreaming about enjoying the glorious sunshine year-round, moving to West Palm Beach, could be the place for you. Home to gorgeous beaches, a vibrant culture, historic architecture, and more, West Palm Beach is a more affordable city to live in when compared to expensive cities in Florida, such as Miami. This city has entertainment options sure to keep you busy, being a hub of nightlife, entertainment, cultural attractions and recreation Downtown’s Clematis Street and City Place districts are filled with restaurants, shops, bars and clubs. The Norton Museum of Art displays American, European and Chinese art, including Impressionist paintings. Nearby, the 4-theater Kravis Center for the Performing Arts hosts concerts, plays, dance and opera.

Delray Beach

Nestled between Boynton Beach and Boca Raton, Delray Beach is famous for its lively main street, inviting beach weather, a thriving arts scene and interesting culture that stretches back centuries. The Pineapple Grove Arts District is full with public art and galleries and Wakodahtchee Wetlands is a park featuring a raised boardwalk with views of birds, turtles and alligators.Delray Beach It’s known as “Florida’s Village by the Sea” for its small-town vibe with a glamorous edge. Many young professionals and retirees live in Delray Beach and residents tend to lean liberal. The public schools in Delray Beach are above average.

Pompano Beach

Halfway between Miami and West Palm Beach and often referred to as the “Heart of Florida’s Gold Coast,” Pompano Beach is a gorgeous city to call home. Here, you get the beach access and great amenities but without the cost of other Florida cities! And if you’re searching for the perfect waterfront mansion or condo, Pompano Beach has many luxurious real estate options as well! With over three miles of public beach access in Pompano Beach, there’s tons of fun to be had in the Florida sun. Swim, sunbathe, or have a picnic on the white sandy beach. Not only does Pompano Beach have some amazing beach spots, but there are also over 50 parks and green spaces to explore. The city hosts several unique events and festivals throughout the year for you to enjoy and it’s a perfect place for retirees and families alike.

Deerfield Beach

Deerfield Beach perfectly combines small-town charm with traditional southern hospitality. It’s not as cosmopolitan as Miami or Fort Lauderdale but provides a relaxed lifestyle with easy access to shops and restaurants plus a beach culture that pulls in tourists and locals alike. Overall, it’s a quieter community than its livelier southern neighbors but a good place to commute to Fort Lauderdale and even Miami.

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