Move to Florida, Stay Warm while Saving Money

Dated: October 20 2021

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Move to FL - Heating Costs on the Rise

In addition to our amazing climate, our low tax environment and our beautiful beaches, there is yet another reason to move to Florida - to dodge the cold weather and high costs of staying warm this winter.  

The cost of heating this coming winter is expected to rise by 30%.  Staying warm in colder states will cost a pretty penny this season.  Click the link below to see the Florida Association of Realtors article about this latest reason to move to Florida.  

Another Reason to Move to FL!

If you are considering this move, let us help you to buy that perfect home.  We sell homes from Sarasota to Miami and anywhere along either coast.  We look forward to hearing from you!

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Kathleen Comerford

The Comerford Group at Icon Premium Realty is a top, local team that brings to your advantage many years of combined and diverse real estate experience including brokerage, finance, design, constructi....

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