Florida, the “Sunshine State”, is known to have an enviable weather. With its more than 20 million people, it ranks 3rd in population in the country. It is also the home of Orlando’s amusement parks, which are the most visited parks in the nation; Cape Canaveral’s spacecrafts launching site and one of the best NBA teams: Miami Heat.
It has some wonderful places, but they come with a price. Florida is home to some of the most amazing homes in the world, for CEOs and celebrities alike, with high prices to pay. Its cost of living is right in the nation’s average, but it still has some expensive places. The index is made with a reference of 100 being the U.S. average, under 100 is below average and over 100 is over average.
Here we present you a list of the Top 15 most expensive places to live in Florida:
15. Miami Lakes
Healthcare index: 104
Housing index: 165
Miami Lakes is a suburb of Miami, incorporated in 2000. It’s a development constructed on a land formerly owned by Ernest “Cap” Graham. The town has had a big increment in population for some years. The majority of its population state Spanish as their first language. It is famous for its indoor Veteran’s Memorial at the Royal Oaks Park Community Center.