Jeff LaBelle Financial Advisor Welcomes You to Sarasota, Florida

Although we
are saddened by the devastation south of us from Hurricane Ian, Sarasota was
barely scathed.

“As a
long-time resident and business owner in Sarasota, I have watched it grow and
thrive”, said Jeff LaBelle.


Sarasota is a vibrant community, with younger families moving in and expanding
outside of downtown to Lakewood Ranch and Palmer Ranch. Sarasota is beautiful
with its award-winning beach, Siesta Key Beach, and nearby Longboat Key, Lido
Key, and Casey Key. St. Petersburg, Tampa, and Clearwater are all close by.


Sarasota is a very special
place because there is a lot of culture here. Some cultural centers include the
Ringling Museum, the Cad’zan, Opera, Florida Studio Theater, Van Wezel for
concerts, and well-known performers. There is even the Sarasota Sailor Circus,
and much more! Everything is right in downtown Sarasota and close to the

airports. Sarasota Airport
is only about 10-15 minutes away, and easy to get to. The Tampa airport is only
about an hour away.


Of course, the nice weather is a
big attraction. Sunny almost every day which means outdoor activities
year-round. There must be at least 100 golf courses within a half hour from
here. Fishing, Tennis, Boating, and with the recently completed Legacy Trail,
you can walk or bike from downtown Sarasota to downtown Venice or anywhere in
between! The TampaBay sports teams are close by, including The Rays, The Bucs,
and The Lightning.


newcomers are thrilled with the low tax structure in Florida. There is no state
tax or estate tax. We have inflationary times today, and I find the cost of
living here is a lot less than in other major cities. So a lot of people are
moving down here because it’s more affordable. They can retire and be in a
beautiful city, like Sarasota,” said Jeff LaBelle.


“If you
decide to visit, look me up. I would love to meet you and guide you around the


Jeff LaBelle, Gulf Coast Wealth Advisors  +1 941-362-0700

* This article was originally published here