the best is you contact an insurance broker. Since there different level of insurance its best to contact them direct. Are you an owner occupant or want to rent the property? How is the condition of the building? How old is the building...?This all will effect your price on the policy.
From what I know I would estimate the insurance for a year between $450-550. If you don't want to speak to an insurance agent you can many times get online quotes.
I am happy that you choose a waterfront condo in Fort Lauderdale you will loved it like we do.
Welcome to Fort Lauderdale.
Annett T. Block
The condo association usually asks you to take out content (fire, theft) insurance. Which is relatively inexpensive, but it also depends upon the value you place upon your possessions.
If you are planning on renting your condo, you will want to carry some kind of liability insurance.
Ask your insurance broker about which policies will work best for you.
Johnson and Johnson Team Realty