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OTN’s Sunny Florida Markets

If it's cold where you're at right now, take a trip with us down to sunny Florida! Beautiful beaches, sunny days, and a summer that never seems to end. It's no wonder we have 5 incredible agents located there! Let's meet them & hear a little more about their individual markets 🌞

Anna Sherrill | Miami, FL

From luxury condos in the center of downtown Miami or Vero Beach to sprawling estates with golf course views in Coral Gables or Weston, Florida's East Coast offers an array of homes to suit your every need. Miami Beach, a seaside city known for its lifestyle driven culture, nightlife, restaurants and hotels, is one of the most unique neighborhoods in the country, founded over 100 years ago by Carl Fisher.

Originally a sea-stroked beach and peninsula overfilled with crocodiles, this coastal beach town has since transformed into a “white on light magnet” worthy of glamour. Today, more than an island playground, Miami Beach dawns an exceptional portfolio of condominiums, estates and bungalows that continue to multiply. Showing no signs of slowing down, Miami Beach is the perfect place to visit and live.

Carole Koeppel | Palm Beach, FL

Palm Beach Island is comprised of many different areas each offering its own desirable lifestyle. The most historic section, south of Worth Avenue the estate section dates back to the 1920's and is known for its larger estates many of which are ocean to lake estates and many of new construction. The midtown location is highly coveted by those seeking a more urban yet charming small-town setting within walking distance of shops, delightful restaurants, beaches, town docks, recreation center and schools.

The North End of the island is favored by many for its residential family neighborhood character, with many families choosing this location for its casual lifestyle, homes offering beach access yet just removed enough from the mainstream but still convenient to mid-town. Although there are several condominiums in town, the majority are located in the south end of Palm Beach situated along the beautiful ocean and or intracoastal. Just south is the area of Manalapan offering both oceanfront and intracoastal estates as well as non waterfront residences.

Alina Schwartz | Boca Raton, FL

Boca Raton - Delray Beach area is a great place to call home. Great weather, miles of beaches and parks, great schools, heathy business environment, great shops and restaurants, many things to do year round. Did we mention no state income tax? Whether your primary residence or a vacation home, South Florida is paradise!

John Nimmo | Southwest Florida

From luxury homes and condos flanked by miles of white-sand beaches or perched on a canal only minutes by boat to the Gulf of Mexico, or nestled inside of amenity rich communities, Southwest Florida's Paradise Coast offers an array of homes to suit your every lifestyle. A city known for its lifestyle driven culture, popular for it's boating, famous for its high-end shopping, world-class arts and culture, and sophisticated dining, family fun, and wild outdoors. The area's stylish atmosphere includes beautiful pedestrian walks with shops, art galleries and restaurants, along with palatial homes surrounded by tropical landscaping. Showing no signs of slowing down, the Paradise Coast is the perfect place to visit and live.

Roberta & Aleks | Northeast Florida

The First Coast is a region in Florida. Also known as "Northeast Florida", it is the portion of the state north of the Daytona Beach area along the Atlantic coast, including the entire Jacksonville area. It includes Flagler, St. Johns, Duval, Nassau, and Clay counties. Like the Florida Panhandle, the First Coast experiences a winter unlike most other parts of the state. Flagler County in the south of this region is the beginning of the transition to the semitropical climate.

Going south is the small town of St. Augustine, the region's main tourist destination. Despite its small size, it is the oldest city on the Florida Peninsula and was for some time the largest settlement. Founded in 1565 by the Spanish, it is the oldest European settlement in the United States' current boundaries, and Spanish culture and historic sites abound in the town, making it a "must-see" for any tourist visiting the area. - Wikivoyage

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