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Living in Miramar, Florida:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Miramar, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked eight people living in Miramar what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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It’s more family oriented and one of the more afforded places in the area. It’s halfway between Fort Lauderdale and Miami so it’s a great location.

Robert, says: 2023

The first thing is that the weather is quite pleasant. Secondly, the crime rate is low compared to some other cities. there are many nice people who reside within the city. There are many places to visit in the city. Finally, it is quite a nice place.

Just like the rest of South Florida, Miramar has a high Caribbean/Hispanic population. Wealth increases as you travel further west into the city. There are plenty of recreational activities promoting healthy and safe social interaction. There are plenty of top-tier schools along all levels of education to suit learning needs.

Donald, says: 2020

Miramar is a city of great diversity with residents from near and far. Its location offers excellent access to multiple other areas and easy access to highways is a plus. In terms of dining out, however, there is a need for restaurants in the area since the current ones are mainly “chain restaurants”.

Someone moving to Miramar should know several things. Some of those things would be transportation. There are buses that run all over town for both communities and public places. Traffic is not a problem except for on the bigger highways. Most places like shopping centers, restaurants and grocery stores are all relatively close no matter what area of town your in.

Valerie, says: 2020

Miramar has a very diverse population and anyone moving to this location will need to be okay with being apart of the melting pot. Tolerance for other cultures and their practices will be incremental to enjoying your choice for joining our very worldly community. We are however, very welcoming to all who would like to be residents here.

Christina, says: 2020

Before moving to Miramar, there are a number of things one should consider.

1. Do you love Latin food? There’s an opportunity to taste authentic Colombian and Venezuelan foods without having set foot in either country.
2. During winter, it is still pretty warm, but you don’t have to lose out on a holiday experience with the annual Winter Wonderland Carnival, where you can experience Santa, singing carolers and themed rides.

Miramar is in the heart of Florida. It’s a beautiful city with access to public schools. Miramar is wonderful in a way that there are restaurants and grocery stores anywhere you live just in the one mile radius of anywhere you are. There are so many opportunities here for everyone.

Brandy, says: 2020

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