About Vero Beach

Over 112,000 people reside in Indian River County which includes the five incorporated towns of Vero Beach, Indian River Shores, Orchid, Sebastian and Fellsmere.  Vero Beach is part of the Treasure Coast region of eastern Florida. Vero Beach is a popular choice for buyers looking for Treasure Coast real estate.  It is the largest municipality and the county seat for Indian River County and has approximately 17,500 residents.

Why is Vero Beach real estate so desirable? Vero Beach was rated "Best Small Town in Florida and 12th in the Nation" and named one of "The 100 Best Art Towns in America". Vero Beach has been described by the Wall Street Journal, who said it was an "unsung Florida getaway". Vero Beach is also recognized as "The Citrus Capital of the World" with its domestic market and worldwide export of delicious Indian River citrus.

Known as the "Gateway to the Tropics," Vero Beach's residents and visitors enjoy its casual elegance, lush tropical climate, high quality of life, and abundance of recreational activities. Vero Beach golf, tennis and boating in particular are incredibly popular.

Indian River County is located at the northern border of Florida's warmest thermal belt. Yearly rainfall in 2000 was 47 inches. September is usually known as the rainy month, with June, October and August following next in order. The period of least rainfall usually occurs from November to April. The average year round temperature is 82 degrees.  Summer averages 89 and winter 74.3


Vero Beach Press:
"#2 Best Place to Buy in the Nation."

Balmy weather, low property taxes and a cost of living 3% lower than nearby West Palm Beach make this coastal town an affordable place to live with sandy shores and the best surfing on the East Coast.
-Business 2.0 Magazine 2006

"An Unsung Florida Gateway."
Vero Beach is a quiet gateway for the wealthy away from the flashy glitz of Miami and Palm Beach County. Vero's dual communities make for an interesting mix- there are kitschy seafood joints and biker bars alongside designer boutiques and fine dining.
-The Wall Street Journal 2009

Vero Beach is the Top Retirement Town.
"Vero Beach is home to miles of uncrowded beaches, multiple golf courses, a top-rated public marina and a variety of housing options at several master-planned communities. Boating along the protected Indian River is popular among retirees in the area, and two inlets provide access to the Atlantic Ocean. Retirees also enjoy numerous volunteer opportunities, live productions at the community theater and art exhibits. Vero Beach combines a relaxed ambiance and sophisticated flair that many find appealing."
-Where to Retire Magazine November/December 2009 Issue

Vero Beach is Undervalued.
Vero Beach is the second most undervalued market after Las Vegas. Homes are selling for 39.8% below fair market value.
-CNNMoney.com 2010

Yahoo! Travel's Top Searched Beach.
Vero Beach, Florida searches up 98%.
-Yahoo! Travel 2011