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General Area in Broward County : Real Estate Advice

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Sun Sep 14, 2008
Mott Marvin Kornicki answered:
Absolutely not! Yes, as Barry mentioned earlier- prices are lower than at the peak- Yet still, nobody is giving away prime real estate. The media feeds on doom and gloom- that is what sells newspapers and keeps us glued to the tube. ... more
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Wed Sep 3, 2008
Joseph Koren answered:
Hello JP,
Ft. Lauderdale is as diverse as Tampa or any other major metropolitan area. The beach area is predominantly condos, both high and low rise. The area between the beach and the Intracoastal is a mix of condos and single family homes. The downtown area is very cosmopolitan, while the outlying areas have a small town suburban feel. The Federal Highway corridor tends to be established neighborhoods, while the Western areas are newer development and golf centric. Throughout the entire area is the "Venice of America" theme with rivers and canals providing boating access to all. Fort Lauderdale is truly a city which has something for everyone. ... more
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Thu May 1, 2008
FHA approval is a must! You have to take credit cards and not be banned by any of the lenders left. Other that I would send business as it comes.
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Sat Sep 8, 2007
Mark Palace answered:
This site can help you:

Best, Mark Palace
Founder/CEO Palace Properties International, Inc.
2065 Hwy A1A, Ste 1202,
Indian Harbour Beach, FL 32937.
tel: 321.704.9305
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Thu Jun 14, 2007
Manny Aguilar answered:
Miramar is a city in Broward County, Florida; the city was named after a town in Cuba meaning “Sea View”
It is within 5 min from Pembroke Pines in South West Broward and 10 min from Hialeah using the Sawgrass or the I-75.
Miramar is a great place to live, highly manicured with green areas throughout the town.
Palm trees are everywhere.
There are multiple shopping centers and professional office buildings. Home prices are stable and availability is medium.
My clients have asked me; would you live in Miramar Florida? The Answers’ is absolutely!

The Keyes Home Team

Best Regards

Manny A.
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Tue May 15, 2007
Mh answered:
Hollywood is definitely the best of both worlds. It's pretty much situated on the Miami-Dade/Broward County border, allowing easy access to all that Miami and Ft. Lauderdale has to offer.
Real Estate in Hollywood varies. There are single-family homes in modest communities, high-rise condominiums along Hollywood Beach and luxury estate-type homes in exclusive communities. Either way you look at it, its great to live within minutes of the beach, excellent schools, major thoroughfares, great shopping at Aventura Mall, and fine restaurants like Agentango Grill.
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