Moving to a new town does not have to be a challenge, but even if it was, the thought of moving to a city where the beach is a short walk away is enough of an incentive to make it worthwhile. Consider Clearwater Florida, where the weather is beautiful most of the year and the only challenge you will have to face on a daily basis, is whether to go to the beach and which bathing suit to wear.
With many reasonably priced apartments, depending on size and individual amenities, many with a pool on the property, it would be difficult not to think as though you were living in paradise. Income levels in Clearwater are either at or above the national average, with the unemployment rate settling at about 7% (less than the 7.3% national average) which makes it a good time to consider making a move to this city.
Apartment renters who are considering a move to Clearwater will be happy to know that the cost of living is almost 6% less than the national average, which simply means that with a decent job and low cost apartment living, there will be a lot left over when the bills are paid. Residents in Clearwater have easy access to reliable public transportation and the fact that everything is so close together makes walking to work a feasible option.
The close proximity to any available amenities is also a plus due to the higher fuel prices. Residents of Clearwater can access almost anything within a mile from where they live. Whether it is a supermarket, a shopping center, public transportation or a variety of entertainment opportunities, other than the beach, this easy access is probably the reason why more people are thinking about calling Clearwater their new home.Source: The Clearwater, FL housing data displayed above is derived from the 2016 United States Census Bureau American Community Survey (ACS).