Look no further – You have found the best places to live in Florida!
Southwest Florida has the best places to live in Florida, especially from Sarasota to Punta Gorda! Now is the time to start your retirement plans by buying a new construction home in one of the several gorgeous Florida resorts communities. You might start your retirement plans by being a “Florida Snowbird,” which is someone who lives in Florida half of the year and up North the other half, or you might be ready to live in Florida year-round. Either way, new home communities in Florida are perfect for people retiring!
Why Retire to Southwest Florida?
First of all, the Gulf coast of Florida is a very beautiful, relaxing, yet active place for boomers to retire. In Southwest Florida you will enjoy aqua, calm and clear Gulf waters for beach goers, boaters, fishers and kayak/paddle boarders. You will have golfing, casual or luxury shopping, beachfront dining, miles of trails for cycling, and active new home communities for yourselves and your guests who visit.
Another great reason Southwest Florida is one of the best places to live in Florida is the many new home communities being offered to boomers retiring in Florida. Living in a new home community is true retirement! You will be living a carefree Florida resort lifestyle with many amenities at your doorstep.
Most new home communities in Southwest Florida have maintenance-free yards, community clubhouses for gathering with neighbors (who will be come friends), Florida resort-style pools, dog parks, tennis courts, pickleball courts, bocce ball courts, fitness centers, and more!
A Bonus for Buying New – Get 1% Back at Closing!
When you decide to retire to one of the best places to live in Florida, please start your new home search with Venice Realty. We have a Florida New Home Rebate we offer to our new home buyers. Our program is the best way to buy a new home. If you buy a new construction home without us introducing and registering you first, you are just throwing away thousands of dollars. There is no reason for that. Please read how our new home rebate works and contact us today! There is no obligation when we register you at a community.