Take a moment to compare what the future here in the tri-state area offers vs what it can be in Orlando.

Brooklyn

$18k

$4,100

$7,200

$5,600

$110k

Monsey

$16k

$2,150

$13,700

$24.5k

$57.5k

Lakewood

$14k

$1,900

$10,000

$33.2k

$50k

Orlando

$12.4k

$1,300

$3,000

$49k

$35k

* Small family: 1-2 children 

* Home: 3 bed  2 bath

Income:

$80k

Taxes

Monthly Mortgage

Yearly Property-taxes

Left for annual living expenses​

Down-payment

Brooklyn

$31.5k

$5,600

$9,800

$18,500

$150k

Monsey

$28k

$2,600

$16,700

$44.1k

$70k

Lakewood

$26k

$2,250

$12,000

$55k

$60k

Orlando

$22k

$1,600

$3,900

$74.9k

$42.5k

Income:

$120k

Taxes

Monthly Mortgage

Yearly Property-taxes

Left for annual living expenses​

Down-payment

* Med/lrg family: 3-4 children

* Home: 4 bed 3 bath

Brooklyn

$43.5k

$7,900

$13,700

-$1,000

$210k

Monsey

$37.5k

$3,000

$19,000

$57k

$80k

Lakewood

$35k

$2,500

$13,600

$71.4k

$67.5k

Orlando

$30k

$1,900

$4,550

$92.6k

$50k

Income:

$150k

* Large family: 5+ children

* Home: 6 bed 4 bath

Taxes

Monthly Mortgage

Yearly Property-taxes

Left for annual living expenses​

Down-payment

* Home prices are estimates of new construction

* Mortgage payments are based on a 2.9% rate

* Down payments illustrated are 10%

Additional financial considerations:

* Families living in Lakewood & Monsey need a 2nd vehicle which is an additional $700 (lease, gas, tolls, & tickets)

* The average toll in Orlando is $1.90 vs NY/NJ $17.00

* Over $2,000 in parking & moving violations

* There are school voucher programs available in Florida

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