Broward County 

Located south of Palm Beach County and north of Miami-Dade County, Broward is the second most populous county in Florida, with just under 1.94 million residents. Offering an idyllic combination of warm ocean waters, sandy beaches and an average year-round temperature of 75.5 °F, Broward County is known globally for its  tropical lifestyle. With over 23 miles of ocean beaches and 300-plus miles of Intracoastal Waterway and navigable inland canals Greater Fort Lauderdale has earned the nickname of the "Venice of America”. Fort Lauderdale’s beachfront is a haven for shopping, dining out, and lively entertainment. Beachgoers can also enjoy a wide variety of boating and  fishing activities. Fort Lauderdale is the most populated area in the county, however, Broward is home to over 30 cities and towns of varying size and unique character. There no shortage  of things to do in this popular area of South Florida. Homes in Broward range from urban condos, palatial waterfront estates, golf course communities, retirement communities, and so much more.

There is a perfect home for everyone in Broward County!

 

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