The Florida Keys are composed of a chain of islands together spanning 110 miles. Each island in the Florida Keys offers unique qualities. Key Largo offers closest proximity to the mainland for convenience and services yet famous for diving and snorkeling. Key West at the other end of the island chain has the opposite effect allowing one to be most remote from the big cities where you can hideaway in a unique and cultural city. There are quite a few islands that fit between these extremes offering shades of different island life. Waterfront exposure or accessibility to the ocean or gulf must be considered. Distance to bridges and bridge clearances may or may not be important. Fishing, diving, island life, schools, hospitals, communities are all factors to consider when selecting the right location or neighborhood to focus on when searching for real estate in the Florida Keys. Once these issues are prioritized and blended within the real estate budget, one can begin a proper real estate search. Definitely a visit, vacation or extended stay is a good idea for becoming familiar with the wonderfully unique Florida Keys and its constantly moving inventory of properties for sale.

Florida Keys Local Information
Monroe County Website
Key Largo Chamber of Commerce
Islamorada Chamber of Commerce
Marathon Chamber of Commerce
Lower Keys Chamber of Commerce
Key West Chamber of Commerce
Florida Keys Schools
Florida Keys Aqueduct
Florida Keys Electric
Upper Keys Insurance Agencies
Florida Keys Newsletter

Maps of the Florida Keys
Florida Keys Overseas Heritage Trail
All of the Florida Keys Islands
Map of Key Largo
Map of Islamorada
Map of the Middle Keys
Map of Key West

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