Are you thinking of moving? Are you curious to compare cities and see which city best suits your needs?
Coldwell Banker Realty, one of the largest real estate companies in the United States, of which I am an Associate, recently launched a web application that can answer many questions about American cities and compare them.
The Move Meter Index is a proprietary formula designed to provide consumers with an estimated Move Score to help assess data comparing consumption factors between two cities in the United States. Scores vary based on location in the towns being compared and the specifics of the property. The overall change score is based on aggregated data provided by public and private third-party resources in four categories: "Affordability of Housing," Quality of Life," "Labor Market Strength," and "Affordability of Life."
Below we made a comparison between Miami and Orlando. If you want to know the application and click on the LINK, it's free. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to get in touch with us, and we will answer all your questions.
By the Move Meter Index, Orlando has a lower housing cost and a more promising job market, while Miami has a better quality of life compared to the cost of living cities.
The idea is to compare by zip code mainly when comparing cities of different sizes. Another tip, especially if you are considering moving with your family and looking for neighborhoods with the best schools. Living in an area with good schools doesn't just bring better teachers, better books, and better test scores - it can also help preserve the value of your property. You can check here for schools in the State of Florida.
If you have any questions, please get in touch with us, and we will answer all your questions.
Andre De Britto, Realtor Associate at Coldwell Banker and The MIAMI Association of Realtors member.