Advantages To Living At Hibiscus By The Bay
Its difficult to know where to start! There are so many…some of the main advantages to living at Hibiscus By The Bay include:
Easy access to the water.
- Right out your doors, St. Andrews Bay, West bay, North Bay, the Intracoastal Waterway, Bayside Marina and more.
- Just minutes to the pass and the Gulf Of Mexico.
- St. Andrews Park and Shell Island is a easy boat ride away.
- With ownership you may have your own boat slip and/or garage
- GREAT fishing! Either from a boat or spear fishing.
- This area is a top dive destination with a wide variety of sunken wrecks and reefs to dive. Many of which are near shore or just offshore. Go scuba diving and snorkeling!
- Wade out from the Hibsicus By The Bay waterfront and set your blue crab trap!
- Grocery stores like Publix and Winn-Dixie are a short drive.
- Easy driving distance to the Panama City Mall or Pier Park for all your shopping needs. Good places to eat in Pier Park as well.
- Bay side pool with great views.
- Bay side hot tub with great views.
- Barbecue grills on the pool deck.
- Community 500 ft. fishing and walking pier that runs out into St. Andrews Bay.
- Modern and complete fitness room with a view of the pool and St. Andrews Bay!
- Owner’s Lounge
- Confernence room with library.
- Tennis Court
- Boat and car wash station.
- It is less expensive to live in Florida than many other states.
- No state personal income tax.
- No state individual capital gains, dividends, interest, or death taxes.
- Very low unemployment taxes.
- Low level of government employment.
- Sales tax is 6.5%
- Mild tropical climate with NICE winters! 😉
Check out these average temperatures for Panama City Beach!
In Chief Executive’s eighth annual survey of CEO opinion of Best and Worst States in which to do business, Florida ranked number 2! Learn more.
Small Business Entreprenuership Council (SBE) ranks Florida number 5.
The most entrepreneur-friendly states under the “U.S. Business Policy Index 2012” are: 1) South Dakota, 2) Nevada, 3) Texas, 4) Wyoming, 5) Florida, 6) Washington, 7) Alabama, 8) Utah, 9) Colorado, 10) Arizona, 11) Michigan, 12) Virginia, 13) Indiana, 14) South Carolina, and 15) Mississippi.”
“The Index, now in its 17th year, ranks the 50 states according to 46 different policy measures, including a wide array of tax, regulatory and government spending measures. (Visit the interactive map of the Index, which highlights the key positives and negatives for each state – as well as the ranking – on SBE Council’s website here.)
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