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Fort Lauderdale Property Real Estate Appraiser

As a Fort Lauderdale property appraiser, we have experience with numerous types of real estate. Called the "Venice of America," Fort Lauderdale is located between Miami and Palm Beach and is the largest Broward county city. This city is known for its semi-tropical climate, entertainment, and world famous beaches. Many believe that this is the perfect location to retire or re-locate a business. With 7 miles of beaches, a Fort Lauderdale property appraiser should have extensive experience in high-rise condominiums and multi-million dollar real estate homes if he/she is to be successful.

To the North of Fort Lauderdale lies the city of Pompano Beach. Pompano Beach is currently in a redevelopment process of its beachfront. As one of our country's top vacation real estate home markets, the respective redevelopment process should reinvent the city. A Pompano Beach property appraiser will see some similarities when compared to the Fort Lauderdale. Similar ocean and Intracoastal view condominiums exist.

Suffering extensive damage from Hurricane Wilma in 2005, the city of Planataion is home to nearly 100,000 residents. Plantaion is also home to DHL's World Headquarters and has been featured in many motion pictures (There's Something About Mary). A respective real estate Plantation property appraiser would find mostly medium income families living in this tranquil, yet exciting city. Updated homes throughout this region are common, as reconstruction efforts from Hurricane Wilma are mostly complete. A Fort Lauderdale property appraiser in this city should have experience with updated homes.

A Fort Lauderdale property appraiser will at times travel to the City of Pembroke Pines. Pembroke Pines was incorporated in 1960 while experiencing major growth since the 1980's. Partly due to Hurricane Andrew in 1992, thousands os southern Miami Dade County residents moved norhtward and subsequently Pembroke Pines. This city is divided by Interstate 75. When performing a real estate appraisal, a Pembroke Pines property appraiser should be familiar with newer gated communities and lake front properties.

For your next Fort Lauderdale real estate appraisal and additional information on all Fort Lauderdale property appraiser areas, please contact us.

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