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Pool Homes for Sale in Tradition in Port St. Lucie, Florida

Pool Homes for Sale in TraditionPool Homes in the Town of Tradition, a master planned community in Port St. Lucie, are high in demand and difficult to find. Despite beautiful community pools in every community in Tradition, many residents prefer to have their own private pool in their own back yard.  Homes with pools in Tradition are enjoyed by families of all ages.

Homes with pools for Sale in Tradition are in communities that are part of numerous individual neighborhoods that provide many families local access to the many attractions of the Treasure Coast area. Homes with pools for sale in Tradition are popular for their location and a friendly atmosphere.

The Town of Tradition residents can enjoy children’s playgrounds, picnic areas, and even a dog-friendly park! In addition, there is a beautiful clubhouses, pools, play areas, golf and tennis. The communities offer plenty of lush landscaping, bike paths and walking trails. Tradition pool homes are typically gated and surround a central retail district and something for everyone! The Town of Tradition is proud to be recognized as one of the 100 best master planned communities in America!

Let us help you find your pool home in Tradition. Please Call us at 772-405-7555.


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Port St. Lucie Named in Best Cities For Future Job Growth

(Forbes Magazine) The U.S. economy reached a milestone last spring when employment surpassed its pre-recession peak set in January 2008. It was a long, slow recovery from the deepest recession since World War II. One of the hardest hit areas during the recession was Florida as the housing bubble burst, damaging one of Florida’s chief sectors in construction, and cash-strapped tourists cut back on vacations. But the Sunshine State has roared back and is expected to be among the leading states for job creation over the next few years.

Homes in Newport Isles in Port St Lucie

Homes in Newport Isles in Port St. Lucie

Newport IslesNewport Isles in Port St Lucie is a wonderful community with low HOA fees and close to Tradition, Tradition Hospital, and I-95. The Newport Isles community offers a gate with manned security, 11 lakes, 2 swimming pools, game room, gym, tennis courts, basketball courts, playgrounds, sand volleyball, walking paths and well-appointed common areas.  

Newport Isles in Port St. Lucie offers single family homes and town-homes in the $90s to the low-$300s. Originally built by both Lennar and Centex, there are 764 residences in Newport Isles.  Preserve, marsh, and lake views with wildlife make Newport Isles a wonderful place to live.

Contact us today at 772-266-7272 for more information or to preview a new home for you and your family.


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Home Prices Start to Heat Up in Port St. Lucie

Double-digit growth arrives in more cities, but affordability worries emerge amid thin supply

By LAURA KUSISTO
Updated May 11, 2015 7:31 p.m. ET
Source- http://www.wsj.com/articles/trade-group-says-u-s-home-price-appreciation-accelerating-1431358948

st-lucie-home-pricesThe number of metropolitan areas that saw double-digit percentage increases in home prices more than doubled during the first quarter, reflecting a mix of thin supply and strong demand that points to heated competition for home buyers.

Fifty-one metro areas posted year-over-year double-digit price increases compared with 24 metro areas in the fourth quarter of 2014 and 37 in the first quarter a year ago, the National Association of Realtors said Monday.

The double-digit gains were widespread—from an 11% bump in Columbus, Ohio, to a 13% jump in Raleigh-Cary, N.C.—indicating more than just a handful of hot markets.

“It is crazy right now,” said Lisa Hitchcock, a real-estate agent in the Sherman-Denison area of northern Texas that saw a 33% surge in first-quarter home prices. She said she has more than 20 properties currently under contract. “I’m just trying to keep my head above water.”

The accelerating gains are a welcome sign for the spring selling season—a crucial period for sales because families typically want to lock in to a school district by the end of summer—and an early indication that the moderating gains of the past few years might be picking up. But affordability concerns could keep many would-be buyers out of the market.

Nationally, the median sale price of an existing, previously owned single-family home was $205,200 in the first quarter, up 7.4% from a year ago, according to the NAR report. Median prices rose in 148 out of 174 metropolitan statistical areas tracked by the group.

During the first quarter, the supply of homes for sale was enough to last just 4.6 months, down from 4.9 months a year ago. Economists generally see a supply of 6 to 7 months as representing a healthy balance of supply between buyers and sellers.

In Winston-Salem, N.C., where prices are up more than 15%, broker Eric Munger said that clients are becoming discouraged by the lack of inventory. He said one client recently decided to renew his lease for six months because he couldn’t find a house to match his criteria.

“We’re encouraging them to make the move anyway if they can find a home that doesn’t meet all their criteria but [meets] most of it. They can make improvements and changes that make it more of a right fit for them,” he said.

Lawrence Yun, the Realtor group’s chief economist, said the current supply shortage could pose long-term challenges. “Sales could soften slightly in some of these markets seeing sharp price appreciation unless housing supply markedly improves and tempers its unhealthy level of growth,” he said.

News Corp, owner of The Wall Street Journal, also owns Move Inc., which operates a website and mobile products for the National Association of Realtors.

Many economists believe the shortage of supply will begin to prompt builders to respond, particularly with homes targeted to people of more moderate income levels.

“I expect home builders to ramp it up, particularly at the lower price points,” said Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, a unit of Moody’s Corp. “They’ve been pretty aggressive at building high-end housing but they will and they are beginning to build more low- and mid-priced inventory.”

New single-family home construction is up significantly from the trough to 648,000 new homes built in 2014, up from 2011 when builders broke ground on just 431,000 single-family homes. That is still about half of typical new home construction levels and well below the 2005 peak of 1.7 million homes a year, according to the National Association of Home Builders.

But builders disagree that a lack of new construction the sole factor for an unbalanced housing market. They blame relatively weak demand because of a relatively sluggish job market, young people putting off homeownership and people hesitating to put their homes on the market because they still can’t get prices to match what they paid during the boom.

David Crowe, chief economist for the NAHB, said that in some cases people simply can’t sell their homes and buy a new one because their unemployed or underemployed children can’t move out.

“It’s much harder to sell your house if you can’t kick your kids out,” he said.

Pat Hamill, chief executive of Oakwood Homes, a Denver-based home builder, said that he has ramped up construction significantly in response to a shortage of inventory. In 2015, Mr. Hamill expects to complete 1,200 homes, up from 843 last year. During the depths of the downturn his company built just over 200 homes.

But Mr. Hamill said it will likely take several more years before builders have the capacity to fully meet demand. “We lost a lot of builders, lost a lot of trade contractors, we lost a lot of people to other industries,” he said of the lingering impact of the 2007-09 recession.

Meanwhile, Ms. Hitchcock, the real-estate agent in northern Texas, is turning her focus to a growing buyer group: retirees.

Indeed, retirees drove demand in warmer states in the southern and western parts of the country, such as Port St. Lucie, where prices shot up nearly 23%, and the Charlotte, N.C., area where prices were up by 18%.

In Sherman-Denison, a quiet area on Lake Texoma near the Oklahoma border, Ms. Hitchcock said that she saw a surge of interest from retirees in January, when the real-estate market is typically sleepy.

To better serve the retiree market, she said she is taking two courses specializing in selling real-estate to seniors, as new subdivisions are popping up on rural land to help meet demand.

“People are wanting to retire here because it’s a slower pace of life,” said Ms. Hitchcock, who showed eight properties on Monday afternoon alone.

 

Port St. Lucie Ranked #1 Best City in Florida

The top 10 largest cities in Florida according to their livability, using ratings for crime, cost of living, amenities, education, employment, weather, and housing.

Source: http://www.movoto.com/blog/homeownership/the-10-best-cities-in-florida/

Florida, the Sunshine State. Its nickname certainly rings true as this is one of the sunniest states in the country, making it a popular place to live, but Florida is not without its bad weather too! Known around the globe as the home of Walt Disney World, the Kennedy Space Center, the Everglades, and bustling cities like Miami, Jacksonville, and Orlando, Florida is a great place to visit, but how is it for living? We’ve ranked the top 10 largest cities in Florida according to their livability, using ratings for crime, cost of living, amenities, education, employment, weather, and housing. Here’s how they rank:

10. Miami

Best Cities in Florida
Miami has the largest metropolitan area in Florida, but as a city it is second largest in the state. Known for its great weather, a wealth of amenities, and a stable housing market, Miami only comes in as the 10th best city in Florida because of its high crime index, high cost of living, poor education, and a fairly high unemployment rate.

9. Hialeah

Best Cities in Florida
Located in Metro-Dade County, the city of Hialeah is the sixth largest city in the state and home to around 225,000 people. Hialeah is the ninth best place to live in Florida, and has a very similar livability score to that of Miami. Unemployment is slightly lower here, and there’s a little less crime, but the schools are not good, and the cost of living is high.

8. Tallahassee

Best Cities in Florida
Florida’s capital, and seventh largest city, is Tallahassee. Set in the north of the state, Tallahassee ranks highly for amenities, weather, and a stable housing market, and has the best schools out of all the cities on our list. A bad crime index keeps Tallahassee from ranking any higher than eighth best city in Florida.

7. Fort Lauderdale

Best Cities in Florida
Known as the Venice of America for its extensive canal system, Fort Lauderdale is an attractive city and popular tourist destination 23 miles north of Miami. Excellent access to amenities, great weather, above average employment, and a slightly lower cost of living are offset by the high crime index.

6. Tampa

Best Cities in Florida
Florida’s third largest city is on the Gulf of Mexico and is known for its vibrant cultural scene. Tampa is the sixth best city in Florida, and earned this accolade thanks to a very low cost of living, great amenities, sunny weather, and a stable housing market. A lower crime index and underperforming schools stops Tampa from being higher on the list.

5. Orlando

Best Cities in Florida
The fifth best city in Florida, and the fifth largest city, is Orlando. The Theme Park Capital of the World is home to around 238,000 people and has average unemployment rates, a low cost of living, great amenities, and average schools, but falls short on crime.

4. St. Petersburg

Best Cities in Florida
St. Petersburg is the fourth largest city in Florida. Fondly known as St Pete, the city has a very low cost of living, and a stable housing market. This along with the numerous amenities, average unemployment, and average schools puts it as the fourth best city in Florida. The bad crime rating is the only real downside to the city.

3. Jacksonville

Best Cities in Florida
For a large city, Jacksonville ranks very high on our list as the third best city in Florida. The crime index is better than Miami, St. Pete, Tallahassee, and Orlando, and a low cost of living helps to increase Jacksonville’s score too. Jacksonville is the largest city in Florida, and it’s in the north east of the state.

2. Pembroke Pines

Best Cities in Florida
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Though the cost of living is high in Pembroke Pines, this city in Broward County scores favorably in all other departments: better than average crime index, schools, and employment, and weather typical of South Florida all make Pembroke Pines the second best city in Florida.

1.Port St. Lucie

Best Cities in Florida
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Port St. Lucie is the best city in Florida! Home to around 155,000 residents, it’s the ninth largest city in the state. Port St Lucie takes the number one spot thanks to having the best crime rating among all ten cities. It also has a low cost of living, average schools and unemployment rates, and good access to amenities too.

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Homes at Victoria Parc at Tradition

Homes at Victoria Parc at Tradition

Homes at Victoria Parc at TraditionVictoria Parc at Tradition is a new family community in the heart of the Tradition, a master planned, mixed-use community located in the one of America’s fastest growing regions in Port St. Lucie on the Treasure Coast. Homes at Victoria Parc at Tradition are in a gated, lakefront community featuring two of the area’s most prominent builders, D.R. Horton & GHO Homes

Victoria Parc at Tradition combines the charm of small towns of yesterday and the amenities today’s home buyers expect. Following the guidelines of New Urbanism, Tradition’s varied neighborhoods surround a central retail district. Great shopping and dining are just a short stroll or bike ride from most homes in Tradition.


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Homes for Sale in Tradition | Town of Tradition, Florida

Homes for Sale in Tradition | Town of Tradition, Florida

Homes for Sale in TraditionThe Town of Tradition is a planned community in Port St. Lucie, Florida that was established in 2003. The Town of Tradition is noted for its affordable single-family homes, townhomes, apartments, shopping, and over 8,300 acres of land. Homes for Sale in Tradition are part of numerous individual neighborhoods that provide many families local access to the many attractions of the Treasure Coast area, from its parks, golf courses to its spectacular beaches, intracoastal waters and of course, the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. Homes for sale in Tradition are popular for their location and a friendly atmosphere.

Town of Tradition: The charming community is developed around an urban inspired central retail, and dining district known as Town Center or Tradition Square. Located ideally in the heart of Tradition, Town Center is filled with restaurants, entertainment, shopping, and lots of activities for the kids! Tradition Square holds annual events and festivals such as Food Truck Invasions, Holiday Lights, and the Italian Festival. In addition, the Town Center provides residents of Tradition a Publix market just a short walk down the street from their house! The Town of Tradition is a blend of family suburbia and tropical paradise. Homes for sale in Tradition accommodate people of all ages and income levels, the houses provide modern amenities; however, reflect the traditions from America’s past.

The Town of Tradition residents can enjoy children’s playgrounds, picnic areas, and even a dog-friendly park! In addition, there is a beautiful clubhouses, pools, play areas, golf and tennis. The communities offer plenty of lush landscaping, bike paths and walking trails. Homes for sale in Tradition are typically gated and surround a central retail district and something for everyone! The Town of Tradition is proud to be recognized as one of the 100 best master planned communities in America!


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Port St. Lucie Homes for Sale

Port St. Lucie Homes for Sale

Every situation is different when it comes to your Port St. Lucie home purchase. We can help you find Port St. Lucie Homes for Sale based on your needs and wants. You will receive highly trained negotiators, assistance with home showings, professional contacts for other real estate needs, market analysis of other similar sold homes and the latest in Treasure Coast home search technology. Let us help you find your “Treasure on the Coast” in Port St. Lucie.


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Pool Homes for Sale in Tradition in Port St. Lucie, Florida

Pool Homes for Sale in TraditionPool Homes in the Town of Tradition, a master planned community in Port St. Lucie, are high in demand and difficult to find. Despite beautiful community pools in every community in Tradition, many residents prefer to have their own private pool in their own back yard.  Homes with pools in Tradition are enjoyed by families of all ages.

Homes with pools for Sale in Tradition are in communities that are part of numerous individual neighborhoods that provide many families local access to the many attractions of the Treasure Coast area. Homes with pools for sale in Tradition are popular for their location and a friendly atmosphere.

The Town of Tradition residents can enjoy children’s playgrounds, picnic areas, and even a dog-friendly park! In addition, there is a beautiful clubhouses, pools, play areas, golf and tennis. The communities offer plenty of lush landscaping, bike paths and walking trails. Tradition pool homes are typically gated and surround a central retail district and something for everyone! The Town of Tradition is proud to be recognized as one of the 100 best master planned communities in America!

Let us help you find your pool home in Tradition. Please Call us at 772-405-7555.


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Port St. Lucie Named in Best Cities For Future Job Growth

(Forbes Magazine) The U.S. economy reached a milestone last spring when employment surpassed its pre-recession peak set in January 2008. It was a long, slow recovery from the deepest recession since World War II. One of the hardest hit areas during the recession was Florida as the housing bubble burst, damaging one of Florida’s chief sectors in construction, and cash-strapped tourists cut back on vacations. But the Sunshine State has roared back and is expected to be among the leading states for job creation over the next few years.

Homes in Newport Isles in Port St Lucie

Homes in Newport Isles in Port St. Lucie

Newport IslesNewport Isles in Port St Lucie is a wonderful community with low HOA fees and close to Tradition, Tradition Hospital, and I-95. The Newport Isles community offers a gate with manned security, 11 lakes, 2 swimming pools, game room, gym, tennis courts, basketball courts, playgrounds, sand volleyball, walking paths and well-appointed common areas.  

Newport Isles in Port St. Lucie offers single family homes and town-homes in the $90s to the low-$300s. Originally built by both Lennar and Centex, there are 764 residences in Newport Isles.  Preserve, marsh, and lake views with wildlife make Newport Isles a wonderful place to live.

Contact us today at 772-266-7272 for more information or to preview a new home for you and your family.


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Home Prices Start to Heat Up in Port St. Lucie

Double-digit growth arrives in more cities, but affordability worries emerge amid thin supply

By LAURA KUSISTO
Updated May 11, 2015 7:31 p.m. ET
Source- http://www.wsj.com/articles/trade-group-says-u-s-home-price-appreciation-accelerating-1431358948

st-lucie-home-pricesThe number of metropolitan areas that saw double-digit percentage increases in home prices more than doubled during the first quarter, reflecting a mix of thin supply and strong demand that points to heated competition for home buyers.

Fifty-one metro areas posted year-over-year double-digit price increases compared with 24 metro areas in the fourth quarter of 2014 and 37 in the first quarter a year ago, the National Association of Realtors said Monday.

The double-digit gains were widespread—from an 11% bump in Columbus, Ohio, to a 13% jump in Raleigh-Cary, N.C.—indicating more than just a handful of hot markets.

“It is crazy right now,” said Lisa Hitchcock, a real-estate agent in the Sherman-Denison area of northern Texas that saw a 33% surge in first-quarter home prices. She said she has more than 20 properties currently under contract. “I’m just trying to keep my head above water.”

The accelerating gains are a welcome sign for the spring selling season—a crucial period for sales because families typically want to lock in to a school district by the end of summer—and an early indication that the moderating gains of the past few years might be picking up. But affordability concerns could keep many would-be buyers out of the market.

Nationally, the median sale price of an existing, previously owned single-family home was $205,200 in the first quarter, up 7.4% from a year ago, according to the NAR report. Median prices rose in 148 out of 174 metropolitan statistical areas tracked by the group.

During the first quarter, the supply of homes for sale was enough to last just 4.6 months, down from 4.9 months a year ago. Economists generally see a supply of 6 to 7 months as representing a healthy balance of supply between buyers and sellers.

In Winston-Salem, N.C., where prices are up more than 15%, broker Eric Munger said that clients are becoming discouraged by the lack of inventory. He said one client recently decided to renew his lease for six months because he couldn’t find a house to match his criteria.

“We’re encouraging them to make the move anyway if they can find a home that doesn’t meet all their criteria but [meets] most of it. They can make improvements and changes that make it more of a right fit for them,” he said.

Lawrence Yun, the Realtor group’s chief economist, said the current supply shortage could pose long-term challenges. “Sales could soften slightly in some of these markets seeing sharp price appreciation unless housing supply markedly improves and tempers its unhealthy level of growth,” he said.

News Corp, owner of The Wall Street Journal, also owns Move Inc., which operates a website and mobile products for the National Association of Realtors.

Many economists believe the shortage of supply will begin to prompt builders to respond, particularly with homes targeted to people of more moderate income levels.

“I expect home builders to ramp it up, particularly at the lower price points,” said Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, a unit of Moody’s Corp. “They’ve been pretty aggressive at building high-end housing but they will and they are beginning to build more low- and mid-priced inventory.”

New single-family home construction is up significantly from the trough to 648,000 new homes built in 2014, up from 2011 when builders broke ground on just 431,000 single-family homes. That is still about half of typical new home construction levels and well below the 2005 peak of 1.7 million homes a year, according to the National Association of Home Builders.

But builders disagree that a lack of new construction the sole factor for an unbalanced housing market. They blame relatively weak demand because of a relatively sluggish job market, young people putting off homeownership and people hesitating to put their homes on the market because they still can’t get prices to match what they paid during the boom.

David Crowe, chief economist for the NAHB, said that in some cases people simply can’t sell their homes and buy a new one because their unemployed or underemployed children can’t move out.

“It’s much harder to sell your house if you can’t kick your kids out,” he said.

Pat Hamill, chief executive of Oakwood Homes, a Denver-based home builder, said that he has ramped up construction significantly in response to a shortage of inventory. In 2015, Mr. Hamill expects to complete 1,200 homes, up from 843 last year. During the depths of the downturn his company built just over 200 homes.

But Mr. Hamill said it will likely take several more years before builders have the capacity to fully meet demand. “We lost a lot of builders, lost a lot of trade contractors, we lost a lot of people to other industries,” he said of the lingering impact of the 2007-09 recession.

Meanwhile, Ms. Hitchcock, the real-estate agent in northern Texas, is turning her focus to a growing buyer group: retirees.

Indeed, retirees drove demand in warmer states in the southern and western parts of the country, such as Port St. Lucie, where prices shot up nearly 23%, and the Charlotte, N.C., area where prices were up by 18%.

In Sherman-Denison, a quiet area on Lake Texoma near the Oklahoma border, Ms. Hitchcock said that she saw a surge of interest from retirees in January, when the real-estate market is typically sleepy.

To better serve the retiree market, she said she is taking two courses specializing in selling real-estate to seniors, as new subdivisions are popping up on rural land to help meet demand.

“People are wanting to retire here because it’s a slower pace of life,” said Ms. Hitchcock, who showed eight properties on Monday afternoon alone.

 

Port St. Lucie Ranked #1 Best City in Florida

The top 10 largest cities in Florida according to their livability, using ratings for crime, cost of living, amenities, education, employment, weather, and housing.

Source: http://www.movoto.com/blog/homeownership/the-10-best-cities-in-florida/

Florida, the Sunshine State. Its nickname certainly rings true as this is one of the sunniest states in the country, making it a popular place to live, but Florida is not without its bad weather too! Known around the globe as the home of Walt Disney World, the Kennedy Space Center, the Everglades, and bustling cities like Miami, Jacksonville, and Orlando, Florida is a great place to visit, but how is it for living? We’ve ranked the top 10 largest cities in Florida according to their livability, using ratings for crime, cost of living, amenities, education, employment, weather, and housing. Here’s how they rank:

10. Miami

Best Cities in Florida
Miami has the largest metropolitan area in Florida, but as a city it is second largest in the state. Known for its great weather, a wealth of amenities, and a stable housing market, Miami only comes in as the 10th best city in Florida because of its high crime index, high cost of living, poor education, and a fairly high unemployment rate.

9. Hialeah

Best Cities in Florida
Located in Metro-Dade County, the city of Hialeah is the sixth largest city in the state and home to around 225,000 people. Hialeah is the ninth best place to live in Florida, and has a very similar livability score to that of Miami. Unemployment is slightly lower here, and there’s a little less crime, but the schools are not good, and the cost of living is high.

8. Tallahassee

Best Cities in Florida
Florida’s capital, and seventh largest city, is Tallahassee. Set in the north of the state, Tallahassee ranks highly for amenities, weather, and a stable housing market, and has the best schools out of all the cities on our list. A bad crime index keeps Tallahassee from ranking any higher than eighth best city in Florida.

7. Fort Lauderdale

Best Cities in Florida
Known as the Venice of America for its extensive canal system, Fort Lauderdale is an attractive city and popular tourist destination 23 miles north of Miami. Excellent access to amenities, great weather, above average employment, and a slightly lower cost of living are offset by the high crime index.

6. Tampa

Best Cities in Florida
Florida’s third largest city is on the Gulf of Mexico and is known for its vibrant cultural scene. Tampa is the sixth best city in Florida, and earned this accolade thanks to a very low cost of living, great amenities, sunny weather, and a stable housing market. A lower crime index and underperforming schools stops Tampa from being higher on the list.

5. Orlando

Best Cities in Florida
The fifth best city in Florida, and the fifth largest city, is Orlando. The Theme Park Capital of the World is home to around 238,000 people and has average unemployment rates, a low cost of living, great amenities, and average schools, but falls short on crime.

4. St. Petersburg

Best Cities in Florida
St. Petersburg is the fourth largest city in Florida. Fondly known as St Pete, the city has a very low cost of living, and a stable housing market. This along with the numerous amenities, average unemployment, and average schools puts it as the fourth best city in Florida. The bad crime rating is the only real downside to the city.

3. Jacksonville

Best Cities in Florida
For a large city, Jacksonville ranks very high on our list as the third best city in Florida. The crime index is better than Miami, St. Pete, Tallahassee, and Orlando, and a low cost of living helps to increase Jacksonville’s score too. Jacksonville is the largest city in Florida, and it’s in the north east of the state.

2. Pembroke Pines

Best Cities in Florida
Source: Flickr user emsolo
Though the cost of living is high in Pembroke Pines, this city in Broward County scores favorably in all other departments: better than average crime index, schools, and employment, and weather typical of South Florida all make Pembroke Pines the second best city in Florida.

1.Port St. Lucie

Best Cities in Florida
Source: Flickr user baseballoogie
Port St. Lucie is the best city in Florida! Home to around 155,000 residents, it’s the ninth largest city in the state. Port St Lucie takes the number one spot thanks to having the best crime rating among all ten cities. It also has a low cost of living, average schools and unemployment rates, and good access to amenities too.

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Homes at Victoria Parc at Tradition

Homes at Victoria Parc at Tradition

Homes at Victoria Parc at TraditionVictoria Parc at Tradition is a new family community in the heart of the Tradition, a master planned, mixed-use community located in the one of America’s fastest growing regions in Port St. Lucie on the Treasure Coast. Homes at Victoria Parc at Tradition are in a gated, lakefront community featuring two of the area’s most prominent builders, D.R. Horton & GHO Homes

Victoria Parc at Tradition combines the charm of small towns of yesterday and the amenities today’s home buyers expect. Following the guidelines of New Urbanism, Tradition’s varied neighborhoods surround a central retail district. Great shopping and dining are just a short stroll or bike ride from most homes in Tradition.


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Homes for Sale in Tradition | Town of Tradition, Florida

Homes for Sale in Tradition | Town of Tradition, Florida

Homes for Sale in TraditionThe Town of Tradition is a planned community in Port St. Lucie, Florida that was established in 2003. The Town of Tradition is noted for its affordable single-family homes, townhomes, apartments, shopping, and over 8,300 acres of land. Homes for Sale in Tradition are part of numerous individual neighborhoods that provide many families local access to the many attractions of the Treasure Coast area, from its parks, golf courses to its spectacular beaches, intracoastal waters and of course, the beautiful Atlantic Ocean. Homes for sale in Tradition are popular for their location and a friendly atmosphere.

Town of Tradition: The charming community is developed around an urban inspired central retail, and dining district known as Town Center or Tradition Square. Located ideally in the heart of Tradition, Town Center is filled with restaurants, entertainment, shopping, and lots of activities for the kids! Tradition Square holds annual events and festivals such as Food Truck Invasions, Holiday Lights, and the Italian Festival. In addition, the Town Center provides residents of Tradition a Publix market just a short walk down the street from their house! The Town of Tradition is a blend of family suburbia and tropical paradise. Homes for sale in Tradition accommodate people of all ages and income levels, the houses provide modern amenities; however, reflect the traditions from America’s past.

The Town of Tradition residents can enjoy children’s playgrounds, picnic areas, and even a dog-friendly park! In addition, there is a beautiful clubhouses, pools, play areas, golf and tennis. The communities offer plenty of lush landscaping, bike paths and walking trails. Homes for sale in Tradition are typically gated and surround a central retail district and something for everyone! The Town of Tradition is proud to be recognized as one of the 100 best master planned communities in America!


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Port St. Lucie Homes for Sale

Port St. Lucie Homes for Sale

Every situation is different when it comes to your Port St. Lucie home purchase. We can help you find Port St. Lucie Homes for Sale based on your needs and wants. You will receive highly trained negotiators, assistance with home showings, professional contacts for other real estate needs, market analysis of other similar sold homes and the latest in Treasure Coast home search technology. Let us help you find your “Treasure on the Coast” in Port St. Lucie.


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