Are you relocating to Miami? Do you have questions about it? You’ve come to the right place.
Moving to Miami is a big decision. For many, it’s often as exciting as it is overwhelming — primarily due to the sheer amount of planning necessary. Where do you start? How can you ensure the moving day goes smoothly? What are some essential factors to consider before you decide where to live?
We came up with this 2-part guide to help make your relocation a success from the second you land on South Beach!
Miami has many great neighborhoods, and there are many factors to consider in deciding which is best for you. Learn about the neighborhoods you want to live in and what they offer and lack. Some of the best neighborhoods in Miami include Coconut Grove, Coral Gables, and Key Biscayne.
You can find information about these neighborhoods online or by asking those who live there.
Some cities require homeowners’ association fees, while others do not. The more you know about your community, the more likely you will find a neighborhood that suits your tastes and styles.
There are many different schools in Miami-Dade County, including public, private, and charter schools. You can search for school options by district or by name on the district website’s school finder page.
Miami’s public school district includes:
Some of the top-rated private schools in Miami include:
Some charter schools include:
Before you do anything else, contact your utility companies and let them know when you’ll move into your new home. Most companies have online tools that will allow you to schedule service appointments.
So there you have it, folks — part 1 of our guide to moving to Miami. We hope this helped you start your new life in the sunshine state.
Check out part 2, where we’ll review your transportation options and the other service providers you need in Miami. You can also check our recent posts for more information on what Miami offers!
And if you’re considering moving here but still have questions about what it’s like living in Miami, call us at 305-850-6433 or click here for our contact page—we’d be glad to help!
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