Many of the credit sites that provide "free" credit reports will do so, but you must be aware of the "fine print" associated with obtaining the information. Many times you need to cancel a subscription as not to incur a charge in the future for continuing services/reports. Just so you're aware of this ... and are careful choosing the report site you order from.
An easier and less expensive way of getting your report might be to talk to a mortgage lender that will run a report for you. Many lenders are willing to do this free of charge, if you are planning or considering a purchase of a home in the reasonably near future. That lender will also normally counsel you on your best route to a future purchase and assist you should you need help with credit/debt issues. If you are close to making a purchase, that lender will also be able to pre-qualify you for that purchase .
If you are not associated with a lender, I would be happy to assist you. Through my company, I am fully capable of assisting you in Florida and many other states across the country. If I can be of any help to you, please contact me here at trulia.com, my website, or email (email@example.com). I wish you luck in the future ...
Gene Mundt, Professional Mortgage Banker http://www.genemundtmortgageblog.com