Jupiter, Florida and the Sunshine State
Florida is a fantastic place to live. Tens of thousands of people move here each month to retire and to live amongst sandy, white beaches, and warm weather. Jupiter, a small town in Florida is an amazing place to live. It is home to Roger Dean Stadium, Florida Atlantic University, and Scripps Research Center.
- No state income tax.
- Moderate to high housing costs.
- World-class beaches and entertainment
- Many restaurants offering fine dining
- No snow and it’s warm year-round.
- Discounts to acclaimed local attractions for Florida residents.
- Numerous communities and country clubs dedicated to year-rounders and snowbirds.
Jupiter is 20 square miles and is the most northernmost town in Palm Beach County. It borders the Atlantic Ocean on the East and is convenient to the West Palm Beach International Airport. Also relatively nearby are Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport and Miami International Airport. Jupiter’s diverse population of 65,000 is a mix of working families, singles of all ages and retirees. Jupiter also boasts being home to many celebrities, including Celine Dion, Tiger Woods, and the late great Burt Reynolds.
Residents of Jupiter, Florida can enjoy 22 miles of Intracoastal waterways, 18 golf courses, amazing public beaches. Residents can fish, kayak, boat, and paddleboard in the Jupiter inlet or they can run, walk or bike on the 2.5 mile paved RiverWalk. Jupiter is home to the Maltz Theatre, a professional theater showcasing local talent and traveling Broadway performances. There are also many festivals and outdoor concerts.
Whether you want a waterfront condo, a home in a gated community, or reside in a modest development, Jupiter has homes to meet most budgets. Jupiter offers age-restricted developments and single-family homes, together with A-rated, highly regarded public schools.
Rentals are abundant in Jupiter, but expect to pay upwards of $2,000 per month and more if they are near the ocean.
Renting vs. Buying in Jupiter
People move to Florida for the lifestyle. It is a slow-paced style of living; ideal for a snowbird’s second home. Deciding whether moving to Jupiter is going to be permanent or temporary will help you decide whether to buy or rent a home, or choose a single-family or a condominium apartment.
Once you have decided that moving to Jupiter is the right decision for you, it’s time to make it official. You may consider becoming a permanent resident and reap all the benefits, including a cap on your real estate taxes through the homestead exemption.
Richard S. Weinstein
Richard S. Weinstein is an experienced real estate attorney who can help you with your move to Jupiter, Florida.
With over 50 years of experience as an attorney, Richard S. Weinstein assists clients with the important financial situations in their lives. Whether you are dealing with bankruptcy, real estate (both commercial and residential, including short sales, foreclosures, and title insurance), estate planning, probate, business formations, or sales or mergers, Richard S. Weinstein is the attorney with the education, experience, and knowledge you need! Call us at (561) 745-3040 or visit his website at rweinsteinlaw.com.
Law Office of Richard S. Weinstein, P.A.
250 S. Central Blvd. #101
Jupiter, FL 33458
Phone: (561) 745-3040
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