Florida”s Sun-Sentinel today reports that South Florida is shrinking.
The paper reports that Internal Revenue Service filings show 43,371 fewer people in Broward and 11,028 fewer people in Palm Beach County since 2005. Birth rates are shrinking and school enrollment is down. It appears that the population is shrinking on all fronts. Working age people are finding wages low as compared to the cost of living. Retirees are finding real estate prices, property taxes and homeowners insurance. Is the state losing its designation as a Best Place to retire. For full Sun-Sentinel story go to: www.sun-sentinel.com/services/newspaper/printedition/sunday/nationworld/sfl-flbpopulation0104sbjan04,0,735270.story.
The paper also reports the favorite out of state destinations that Broward and Palm Beach county residents relocate to.
Top destinations are 1. Georgia, 2. North Carolina and 3. Texas. For all the details go to: