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  • Broward County

    Browse Communities in Broward County Florida Broward County is Florida's 2nd largest county with 31 cities and municipalities. It's largest city of Fort Lauderdale is probably its best known. There you will find the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood Airport as well as the cruise ship hub of Port Everglades. Fort Lauderdale is made up of a mix of older historic style homes as well as Mediterranean style houses along its intra coastal waterways and beach coastlines. High end condos can be found with sweeping city or ocean views. In its western and northern communities such as Weston, Pembroke Pines, Plantation and Coral Springs you will find neighborhoods with newer homes and townhomes in gated communities. Additionally, there are many apartment complexes located in just about every city throughout the county from modest 1 and 2 story structures to luxury multi-unit resort style communities. Some of Broward County's largest employers are American Express, Motorola, JM Family Enterprises and Spirit Airlines. Broward County's population is 1,748,066 with a median income of $41,185. Places of interest include Anne Kolb Nature Center, Broward Center for Performing Arts, Museum of Art-Fort Lauderdale, Museum of Science and Discovery, Ft. Lauderdale International Boat Show, Galleria Mall, Las Olas Shopping District, Gulfstream Racetrack, Seminole Hard Rock Hotel and Casino, Sawgrass Mills Outlet Stores, Winterfest Boat Parade, BB and T Center Home of the NHL Florida Panthers and Dania Jai-Alai. Colleges and Universities include Broward Community College, Florida Atlantic University, Nova Southeastern University, Kaplan University, DeVry University, Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale and Florida College of Natural Health.
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  • Lee County

    Browse Communities in Lee County FL Located on Florida's southwestern coast, Lee County offers more than 50 miles of beaches along side the tranquil waters of the Gulf of Mexico. Visitors and residents alike flock to its pristine beaches famous for its abundance of rare sea shells and calm waters. Lee County's population is estimated at 631,330. The median household income is $49,444. The 2007-2011 homeownership rate is 73.8 percent and the renter occupied rate is 26.2 percent. Featured attractions include The Everglades Wonder Gardens, Thomas Edison Estate and Museum, Fort Myer's Historical Museum, Children's Science Center, Calusa Nature Center and Planetarium, J.N. Ding Darling National Wildlife Refuge, Sun Splash Family Waterpark, JetBlue Park-Boston Red Sox Spring Training, Hammond Stadium-Minnesota Twins Spring Training, Murder Mystery Dinner Train, Shell Factory and Nature Park and Butterfly Estates.
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  • Miami-Dade County

    Browse Communities in Miami-Dade County FL Miami-Dade County is located on Florida's southeast coast. It is made up of 35 incorporated cities and numberous unincorporated areas. Miami-Dade's real estate is as diverse as its people. High rise condos make up most of the coastline as well as Miami's downtown business district. The western, central and northern areas of the county are densely populated with single family homes, townhomes and duplexes. The southern area, which includes Redland and Homestead, make up the county's agricultural economy. The far western side of the county is home to Everglades National Park and east of the mainland you will find Biscayne National Park. Miami-Dade County Quick Facts: 2011 Population estimate: 2,554,766; 2007-2011 Median Household income: $43,957; 2007-2011 Owner Occupied housing units: 69.0%; 2007-2011 Renter Occupied housing units: 31.0%; Largest employers: University of Miami, Publix Supermarkets, Baptist Health South Florida, American Airlines, Winn-Dixie Stores, United Parcel Service. Places of Interest: Everglades and Biscayne National Parks; American Airlines Arena, Home of NBA Champions Miami Heat; South Beach; Miami Marlins Ballpark, Home of the Miami Marlins; Miami Seaquarium; Vizcaya Museum and Gardens; Metrozoo; Jungle Island; Coconut Grove; 20 miles of white sand beaches; 16 Public Golf courses. Colleges and Universites: Florida International University; University of Miami; Floridal Memorial College; Barry University; St. Thomas University; Miami-Dade College.
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  • Palm Beach County

    Browse Communities in Palm Beach County FL Palm Beach County, located in Southeast Florida, is comprised of 38 cities and towns. It is Florida's 3rd largest county and with an average median income of $57,461, it is also the wealthiest. When compared to Broward and Miami-Dade, Palm Beach County, with regards to real estate, is certainly the most diverse. It is safe to say that when looking for a home to buy or rent, Palm Beach County can satisfy any lifestyle need. On the east side you'll find the beachside cities of Jupiter, Lake Worth and Delray Beach, The trendy shopping districts of Boca Raton and Palm Beach Gardens and the old world style of the prestigious Palm Beach Island. Out west, the equetrian mecca of Wellington and the rural areas close to Lake Okeechobee of Pahokee and Belle Glade. Wherever you live in Palm Beach County you can count on having it all, from great schools, shopping malls, fine dining, public and private golf courses, water sports and so much more. Quick Facts: 2011 population estimate is 1,322,924; 2007-2011 Homeowner Occupancy Rate is 72.6 percent; the 2007-2011 Renter Occupancy Rate is 27.4 percent. Featured Attractions and Places of Interest: Sunfest; South Florida Fairgrounds; Lion County Safari; Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens; Kravis Center for Performing Arts; North Musuem of Art; Palm Beach Zoo; Roger Dean Stadium (Spring Training for the Miami Marlins and St. Louis Cardinals); International Polo Grounds; Arthur R. Marshall Loxahatchee National Wildlife Refuge; PGA National Golf Course; Palm Beach Kennel Club. Colleges and Universities: Northwood University; Lynn University; Florida Atlantic University; Palm Beach Atlantic University; South University; Palm Beach State College; Lincoln College of Technology; Florida Culinary Institute.
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