What are the differences between Meritt Island, Melbourne & Palm Bay? Looking to buy a small house or trailor.

Asked by Cindy Horton, Sarasota, FL Mon Nov 12, 2012

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Julie Rosent…, Agent, Jupiter, FL
Tue Nov 13, 2012
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Hi, Cindy, see All listed properties and their locations at http://www.BUY-SELL-RENT-FLORIDA.com.
Call (561)827-6789 Julie Rosenthal, YOUR "Go-To" Florida Real Estate Broker for 30 Years.
email: julier6789@gmail.com. Merrit Island is mostly a barrier island on the ocean, Melbourne straddles both the beach areas and the mainland, and Palm Bay is on the mainland. The beach areas are reached by 3 causeways from the mainland.
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John Lucas, Agent, Indialantic, FL
Tue Dec 18, 2012
Cindy,

One of the best local resources for a property search is here:

http://www.RelianceTrustRealty.com
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Jessica Walk…, Agent, Rockledge, FL
Wed Nov 21, 2012
If you would like to see demographics of the different zip codes of cities go to:
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Nona Swann, Agent, Melbourne, FL
Tue Nov 13, 2012
Cindy,

Merritt Island is in the northern part of Brevard County and is surrounded by the Banana River on one side and the Indian River on the other.
Melbourne is Central Brevard and has many different areas such as Suntree,Eau Gallie,Viera,Lake Washington. Close to major shopping OR going out to areas with over acre lots. Melbourne has a eastern boarder of the Indian River.
Palm Bay has a large land mass with plenty of different areas. Plenty to do and shop in the area. Palm Bay is located in the southern part of Brevard County. Like Melbourne their eastern border is the Indian River.

For Merritt Island scan this in your browser : en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Merritt_Island,_Florida
Melbourne http://www.melbourneflorida.org/
Palm Bay en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palm_Bay,_Florida
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Phil Rotondo, Agent, Melbourne, FL
Tue Nov 13, 2012
Cindy;
There are numerous differences between Merritt Island, Melbourne, and Palm Bay.
But, regardless of how big or small your new home will be, you should visit each area and determine which is best for you.
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