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PK Visitor Guide 2017

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11 VISITPERDIDO.COM Spend more at the beginning of constr to mak windows & doors - This gy cost over the life of the If you're considering moving to the Perdido Key area, you probably have some questions about housing—renting or buying. The median price of a home for sale in our zip code of 32507 ranges from $150K-$240K, depending on a number of factors. If buying a house isn't for you, then you may want to rent long-term. Luckily, the median price for renting in 32507 is $1K-$1.4K, and that includes apartments, homes, townhomes and condominiums. You can find a full list of our local real estate agents who are eager to help our incoming residents on pages 110-114 of our Directory. Once you've decided to join us on our beautiful island, you will need to set up utilities like water and trash, which can be done through the Emerald Coast Utilities Authority. They are also now offering natural gas on Peridido Key. Gulf Power Company will come in handy next, as you will definitely need power and electricity in your wonderful new home. If it ever needs fine-tuning, call up Perdido Heating & Air. Lastly, we cannot forget about television. That's where Cox Communications can help you. They will have you up and running in no time. You'll need to know these companies whether you buy, rent or build. Speaking of building a home, we have a number of architects and local construction companies that would be happy to help. (Pages 101-102). There are a number of dreamy and affordable lots for sale on and around Perdido Key that are sure to be perfect for you. As of January 2017, there are approximately 250 lots of land for sale just in the 32507 zip code, with the majority on or near water (Gulf, Intracoastal or Bay). Take the leap and build your own slice of paradise! There are a few more things you'll need to know about housing in Perdido Key. May they be common sense or not, it's always helpful to review. Luckily, that's where the Chamber comes in. We have a variety of members ranging from larger companies to locally- owned that can help you get settled in your new home. Buy or Build? Sea or City? - John Senkarik & Associates

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