Cape Coral, FL (PRWEB) August 7, 2007 -
According to the new website FloridaHalfbacks.com, which features detailed and complete information on a variety of facets, including cabin rentals, after years of movement to Florida, people are now leaving the state to seek more comfortable lives in the Smoky Mountains and throughout the southeast.
It comes as no surprise that people from the north move to Florida every year in droves. For decades the migration to Florida was as obvious as the ripe colors of the oranges on the Florida trees. Now, as hundreds of thousands of Floridians start to miss the comforts of the north, a new movement is rising, one that has Florida residents becoming Halfbacks.
A Florida Halfback is a nickname given to Floridians that originally migrated to Florida from the north, but now prefer to live halfway back, in the scenic Smoky Mountains and lake areas of Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Kentucky, West Virginia and Virginia. The official website for those aspiring to be part of the Halfback movement, either full-time or part-time though cabin rentals for example, is FloridaHalfbacks.com.
FloridaHalfbacks.com offers visitors a comprehensive guide to spending time in the beautiful Smoky Mountains and lake regions with just a few clicks of a button. The website provides detailed information on real estate, cabin rentals, hotels, resorts, bed and breakfast inns, developments, campgrounds, attractions, golf, and more for those considering a temporary or perpetual stay in the mountain and lake regions.
Advertisers sweeten the pot for those visiting FloridaHalfbacks.com by offering incentives geared towards Florida residents to spend time in the Smoky Mountains and lake regions of the Southeast. The website is easy to navigate, offering visitors subject related pages on all of the Halfback regions and on a wide variety of topics, including cabin rentals. One can visit the website for twenty minutes and have an abundance of information that will facilitate their ability to enjoy the area.
Several factors fueling the Florida Halfback trend include cooler milder weather, less traffic, lower real estate prices, and significantly lower property tax and insurance for home owners. All of the above factors have made becoming a Florida Halfback an enticing option. And whether after new real estate or seasonal relocation through cabin rentals, the site involves a treasure trove of information.
With the growth of interest in all kinds of information, including cabin rentals, in the mountain and lakes regions, it is no surprise that FloridaHalfbacks.com is growing rapidly as well. The just-launched website is already seeing an increase in daily traffic. Combine the traffic increase with a user friendly online forum community, and it is safe to assume this site will be a major resource for those looking to relocate to the Smoky Mountains region in the near future. For more information on the website or about Florida Halfbacks visit http://www.FloridaHalfbacks.com.