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Palm Beach Gardens is a beautiful city located between Donald Ross Road and Northlake Boulevard, just seven miles north of West Palm Beach. The streets are lined with lush greenery, and the buildings are refined and polished. Palm Beach Gardens is perfect for welcoming anyone home. From golf course homes to an equestrian community, to the villas and estate homes of BallenIsles, real estate in Palm Beach Gardens is surprisingly diversified.

 Palm Beach Gardens is also home to the headquarters of the Professional Golfers’ Association of America a/k/a The PGA. Each year The PGA hosts legendary professional golfers at The Honda Classic. 

Additionally, for your shopping pleasure, The Gardens Mall offers high-end destination shopping set in exquisite…

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If you happen to be looking for an exceptional place to raise a family consider Southeast Florida. The area is filled with top-rated public-school districts combined with a myriad of organized recreational activities and sports ensuring children can stay active and engaged year-round. Florida’s southeast coast is home to the nation’s most sought-after beaches and nature preserves, which are visited by residents and vacationers year-round due to the region’s mild climate.

Residents already knew that this is one of the best states to live in and now U.S. News & World Report has confirmed it! Florida ranked #10 in U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of best states in the country. It also ranks among the top five states in education and among the top…

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Is it the calm swaying of the palms, the frozen drinks with the umbrellas, or perhaps the clear blue color of the water that helps improve your mood? A study conducted by the University of Exeter found that people who live less than a mile from the coast are happier. Coastal living and waterfront property-owning residents are 22 percent less likely to have symptoms of a mental health disorder compared to those who lived much farther away.

Researchers concluded that access to “blue spaces,” or areas by the ocean or water, like Juno Beach, plays a significant role in a person’s mental health. While many studies have shown that getting out into nature, even for just 20 minutes, can improve your mood. This finding could make a significant difference in…

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Floridians already knew that this is one of the best states to live in and now it has been confirmed by U.S. News & World Report!  Florida ranked No. 10 in U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of best states in the country. It also ranks among the top five states in education and among the top 10 states in the economy and fiscal stability categories. As a Florida resident, it is hard to believe that the beaches of Jupiter, nightlife in South Beach, and infamous Worth Avenue in Palm Beach, that Florida did not rank higher in the standings.

States were ranked in 71 metrics across eight main categories:

-        Health care

-        Education

-        Economics

-        Infrastructure

-        Opportunities

-        Fiscal stability

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According to a recent study by WalletHub, a quaint city in Broward County, Florida was named one of the “happiest” cities in the U.S. Smile, Pembroke Pines, you are the happiest city in South Florida! The content Broward city of 170,000 residents ranked No. 21 on the 2020 list. 

Broward County is located south of Palm Beach County and north of Miami-Dade County.  This is the second most populous county in Florida, with just under 1.8 million residents. With more sunny days than not, Broward County is a favorite locale by globe trotters. Offering the warm Atlantic Ocean, white sandy beaches and beautiful seaside living, it is no wonder so many people flock to the area.

Pembroke Pines may have scored so well because it is known for its small town feel…

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Abacoa is a family-friendly community composed of several contiguous neighborhoods in Jupiter, Florida. Each neighborhood has its own style and feel ranging from the Mediterranean to Victorian to Key West inspired with homes like single-family homes, condominiums, townhomes, villas apartments.

One of the best things about living in Abacoa is that it is packed with amenities from clubhouses and parks with pools, to picnic areas and children’s playgrounds, the area fosters a real sense of community.

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Abacoa is an active community with green areas, parks, and playgrounds and, of course, the Abacoa Golf Club, which is a top-ranked public golf club. It was the last course designed by renowned course architect Joe Lee and, in typical…

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