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The Advantages of Moving to Palm Beach Florida

by Michael Goldberg

Beautiful Palm Beach County is Waiting for You

Palm Beach County is a major Florida destination during the annual spring break vacation period. And for good reason. It's what you might call a taste of southern lifestyle.  This lifestyle is our coastal waterfront living, outstanding schools, friendly service, amazing sports and recreation, leisure and relaxation, incredible climate, and or unique shopping and dining.

Whether driving on the seashore highways, or boating in our waterways, tourists drink in the atmosphere while they're here. They wish they could stay.


With all the other places you might travel to including Miami, Orlando, Fort Lauderdale, and St Petes, you'd wonder why the Palm Beaches  is so special.

There's a lot of reasons, however perhaps the main draw is how beautiful, tasteful, and exquisite the atmosphere is in the Palm Beaches.  The upscale charm is very magnetic for those with financial means. You might say it attracts a better type of resident and visitor. 

It's Quieter and a Place You'll Love to "BE" in

What Palm Beach lacks is the more chaotic atmosphere of Orlando and Fort Lauderdale.  You won't need to pass time to stave off boredom.  Even when you're doing nothing, you'll feel more relaxed. 


Contact Me. It's Faster. If you have any questions about the culture, education and business climate here in Palm Beach County, please send me a message with your questions. I'd be happy to help you know the Palm Beach area better and clarify what we have to offer here.  It is a special place and may be the perfect choice for you and your family. The availability of homes is strained as it is all over South Florida because people not only want to travel here with their family, but they want to live here.  So you'll want to be working with a good Palm Beach Realtor and get the jump on the most affordable and relevant listings.



The Winter of Your Discontent - Act On It!

After a too long winter up north, you may be dreaming or thinking once again about when a move to the south might be wise. Does this happen every year? Your winter of discontent is a signal that life is short and we don't need to stay stuck. Sometimes we need to create a Brazos Minshew Trivita style plan of action and make progress on a better life

As I've pointed out in other posts, Palm Beach, Wellington FL, and Boca Raton FL have the private schools, kids educational, recreational, entertainment and growth opportunities for your kids. They will have fun and will enjoy accelerated growth and development. For you, life here may be a little slower and more relaxing. If you've felt your health slide through with winter, it probably is deteriorating. Winter is hard and when you combine that with your daily commute and job pressures, you could end up like so many tens of millions of people, with significant health issues

The Palm Beaches region is free of snow, ice and mind-numbing cold.  And the commutes are short. You'll be able to get out for daily walks in your neighborhood, on park paths, and on the beaches. Our region is home to excellent and world-renowned golf clubs and tennis schools, nail salons, and boating is almost a religion.  

So that's it, fun and relaxation are the two benefits that will lower your blood pressure and help you be more effective in your life. If you're healthy and happy, your kids well-being is better assured.

Take a good look at what relocating to Wellington FL, buying a house in Boca Raton, and living a completely new, refreshing lifestyle could do for you. Please contact me to discuss your goals and how I can help you.

Please call or text me now.

Michael Goldberg
United Realty Group
1035 S. State Rd. 7
West Palm Beach FL 33414
561-231-0021

What is the South Florida Intracoastal Waterway?

by Michael Goldberg

Intracoastal Waterway FloridaPhoto courtesy of U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, photographer not specified or unknown - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Digital Visual Library Image Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=2083482

Intracoastal Waterway Homes on Boca Raton and Palm Beach are Highly Sought

Cutting right through Palm Beach County is a very old and significant feature of the US coastal landscape. They named it the intracoastal waterway and it’s 3,000 miles in length, wrapping itself right around the Florida panhandle.

The waterway is a natural geological feature which begins in Boston MA, runs through Norfolk Virginia, down around Florida right up into Brownsville TX in the Gulf of Mexico. The waterway is an important feature of American History, yet not many people outside of the US know about it.

While our Atlantic coast is beautiful and alluring for sailors, its choppy waters can make small craft boating less desirable. The waterway offers calm sailing and safe navigation for boats big and small. When you arrive here, you’ll find the local waterfront tours to be fun and informative.

You’ll want to do a search of intracoastal waterway homes for sale, as it accounts for a good number of waterfront homes and estates.
In the past 300 years, this waterway provided a safe, inland, shipping route for early American merchants.  Today, the intracoastal waterway is responsible for a multibillion dollar waterfront property industry.

Waterfront property is the most highly sought type of real estate in South Florida. 

And while actual oceanfront or beachfront property is rare, the meandering shape of the intracoastal waterway creates thousands of miles of waterfront. It’s property that sells at a premium because of amazing views and due to boating access.  Without the intracoastal waterway, Florida would lose a lot of its charm and culture. 
 
How do You Find Waterfront Property on the Intracoastal Waterway?
 
Buyers have purchased property here just for the moorage for their yachts. Waterfront property is still rare and very valuable. People love their boats and travel via boat or yacht is a prefered from of transportation for some. Note: Palm Beach is considered an island yet it’s actually a key separated from the Mainland by the intracoastal waterway. Some homes in Palm Beach have waterfront to the east and west.


 
You’ll find Floridians love the water, with the host of leisure and recreation activities the waterway, lakes and oceanside beaches make possible.  From evenings dining at waterfront restaurants, to water skiing, and quiet early morning fishing, the waterway is teaming with human and ocean life and activity. 
 
The waterway possesses a lot of character and personality too. Made up of natural inlets, saltwater rivers, bays, coves, sounds and even man made canals, boaters can explore for days on end and never see it all in Palm Beach County alone.

 

Intracoastal Waterway South Florida courtesy of Beaches MLS

Many of the boats you’ll see traveling down the coast from the Northeast are owned by snowbirds on their yearly migration to South Florida. You may have thought they just floated out on the ocean, yet many times the ocean waters are too rough and they must head inland to the Intracoastal waterway. Besides, the local scenery and culture along the full eastern seaboard is a worthy experience for tourists.


Palm Beach Waterfront courtesy of Pixabay

If Palm Beach waterfront property is high on your want list, then you’ll see plenty of homes for sale throughout the Intracoastal waterway in this area. Many of the best waterfront homes for sale are right here in Boca Raton and Palm Beach. Please ask Palm Beach Realtor Michael Goldberg of United Realty Group to help you find the best homes for condos for you.

Search for waterfront homes for sale in Palm Beach right now. You’ll find waterfront properties in Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Deerfield Beach, Delray Beach and Palm Beach. Superb locations in Palm Beach counties best communities.

Wondering about the market in Palm Beach? Find out more about the housing market forecast for Palm Beach County FL, and where the best communities are.

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Make your first call to Mike about homes for sale in Palm Beach, homes for sale in Wellington, and homes for sale in Boca Raton. Mike's experience in these communities is great asset at a time when luxury homes in Palm Beach along with upscale condos are difficult to find. Work with Mike to find the ideal property for you and your family, and enjoy the lifestyle you want.