Broward County

Broward County is best known for the sun-kissed Fort Lauderdale Beaches immortalized in the 1960's for the spring vacation destination and has become a home for families and singles.  Broward County began a Hugh development boom after its incorporation, it's now the county's resources for Historic Preservation, online collections with its many places to visit and live. The largest city is Fort Lauderdale, which had over 180,000 people in 2020 in also one of the most ethnically diverse counties in the entire county. It has its own airport, the Fort Lauderdale Airport situation on the east side of the city has easy access road ways and express ways to take you any place you want to go.

Hallandale / Hollywood Beach

These cities are known for its OLD Florida feel and charm, full of palm lined streets and feel the ocean breeze and miles of sparkling white sand beaches. Is a very nice place to live and enjoy the outdoors, the area offers beautiful homes and if you like the old 1920’s charm it has that too and more, you can settle in a nice condominium on the beach or in a single-family home. If you enjoy the outdoors, jogging, biking or any outdoor activity, Hollywood Beach Boardwalk is the place to go to enjoy your day or explore with 50 restaurants, 30 retail stores or you can go to the Arts Park at young circle where you have a variety of shops and cafés.

Fort Lauderdale

Capture the ocean breeze in Ft Lauderdale. Residents call it living the salt life. Ft Lauderdale is nestled along the ocean with a winding system of rivers and canals meandering through the city. Offering a mix of luxury waterfront homes, beach front condos and urban high rises. Wherever you live in Ft Lauderdale you’ll be close to the water. The city is after all considered to be the boating capital of the world. Once a year, Fort Lauderdale hosts the International Boat Show, the Superyacht Village and marina feature vessels neatly 300 ft. and its Winterfest Boat Parade annual tradition with all kinds of lights and decoration. Live long term or short term you will enjoy your stay here.

Lauderdale By-the-Sea

This is a town situated 33 miles north of Miami captures Old Beach Charm and laid-back vibes. Nice quaint condominiums and homes remind you of vacationing all year long. This is a perfect area to live and stay for a long time. Just 100 yards from the beach is the first reef of the three-tiered natural coral reef system. Great place to snorkel or even scuba dive. If you love the ocean this is a nice place to live short term or long term.

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