With that said, according to recent consumer statistics, FPL (Florida Power & Light) charges an average of 11.5cents per kWh for electricity and in March 2013 it was less than the nationwide average of 12.8 cents per kWh. Also, the local price of electricity in the Miami area in March was at least 10 percent less than the U.S. over the last three years. This could be due to cooler winter temperatures and the fact that most Floridians donâ€™t use electric heat the way most northerners do to keep warm. More importantly to keep in mind is that there is a cost increase after the first 1,000 kilowatt-hours to encourage people to use less energy.
The best way to get an answer to your question is to contact FPL directly or go to their website at http://www.FPL.com
take each month sum up it and divide by 12..
average threw Miami:
take two, three, four or more houses sum up it and divide..
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The size of the property.
If you even like to use AC - some people, with the breezy homes/condos don't like using them
for at least 6 months out of the year...
I like to use AC most of the time, and work out of my home a lot.
We have about 80 in the winter and 130 in the summer - and we like it cold like 73 at night and
Also, if you buy with the Northern exposure, you'll probably save 30 dollars/month.
Hope this helps,
Beachfront Realty, Inc.
Average bill is $150.00 per month in the summer
$90.00 in the winter.
Now if you like a freezer feel in your home in the summer, you can double this amout.
If I can be of any assistance to you, please call any time....
REALTOR Brian Grosch
Affliated with ColdWell BANKER Real Estate
Samantha Tenzer Friedman
Cell 786 314 6100
Your best bet is to call up FPL and they will give you the last 12 months average on any property you are interested in.
Have a great day;
CEO & SR Credit & Mortgage Consultant of
Everlasting Credit Repair
Making home ownership more than a dream...
Retired Mortgage Banker