Often called the “Venice of America” with more than 165 miles of navigable waterways, Fort Lauderdale is the largest of Broward County’s municipalities. Countless canals with boats moored at the docks and seawalls add the flavor of Old World romance to the city’s natural charm and modern beauty. Water taxis transport both visitors and residents to key destinations and offer their customers “Frequent Floater Miles.” Recreation has always been a highlight of living in Fort Lauderdale; and residents spend a good deal of time dining at waterfront restaurants, swimming at the beach, boating, sailing or deep-sea fishing. The price of the downtown district is the Riverwalk, a panoramic connection between the arts and science, business, shopping and historic districts. Intellectual and cultural activities have long been a mainstay of Fort Lauderdale life. Nature lovers will thrill to the $40 million New World Aquarium, while aficionados of the arts will enjoy the magnificent Broward Center for the Performing Arts. Shoppers can browse through malls such as the Galleria, nearby Sawgrass Mills and Dania Antique Row or the famous Las Olas Boulevard Shops. Residents enjoy more than 50 golf courses, hundreds of tennis courts, and lush parks both large and small.
We offer both Homes for sale in Fort Lauderdale and Fort Lauderdale Rentals. If you are buying a home, an important question may be; how can I feel certain that the home I have chosen to purchase is priced realistically and that I am receiving the best possible value for my money? Our site and our real agents offer all of the tools and information necessary to help you make the right decision. Fort Lauderdale real estate foreclosures are at an all-time high throughout the country. Many homeowners are negotiating short-sale options to pay off loans with their lender to avoid foreclosure and likewise, many home buyers and bargain hunters are buying these financially distressed properties at prices below market value.
This new dynamic has without doubt temporarily changed the personality of the Fort Lauderdale real estate market, but this inventory of foreclosure and short-sale properties will not last forever. These changes from high to low, although painful at times, remind us that real estate prices are cyclical and will always remain a consistent long-term investment.
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Another option is to rent for a period of time before buying. Renting will allow you to test the area and give you time to make a decision. Seasonal rental are also a great option for vacationing. Whether you’re planning a vacation or a long-term stay, we can help you find the right Florida rental. We have the tools to search for Florida vacation rentals, Florida annual rentals, and Florida real estate agents. If you’re interested in renting a home or renting a condo in Florida, we can help. Fort Lauderdale Rentals.
At Prudential Florida Realty, our NE Fort Lauderdale real estate agents and SE Fort Lauderdale real estate agents have been helping home buyers and sellers make sense of the Fort Lauderdale housing market for a long time, so we are accustomed to using past expertise to read and understand current trends and give informed advice to our clients.
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We have the resources to help you make an informed decision when deciding to buy or sell a home. Our in-house mortgage company can give you several excellent loan programs to choose from and give you exact principal and interest payment information on each. Our experienced sales associates can help you shop for homeowner’s insurance and receive quotes as you are shopping for homes. They can also help you estimate your property taxes and any possible increases due to a reassessment when you make a purchase. Finally, our in-house title company can give you an accurate estimate of the closing costs, escrow accounts, and pre-paid items you can expect at your closing.
Refine your real estate search in Fort Lauderdale, FL by price, number of bedrooms, bathrooms, property type (including townhomes, condominiums and single-family homes), and more. Use our interactive Fort Lauderdale home price map to view real estate activity across Fort Lauderdale ZIP codes and in other cities nearby Fort Lauderdale. See local real estate trends, and compare your home to homes for sale in Fort Lauderdale. View our real estate market snapshot to see average listing prices, sale prices and other local information.
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