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Coral Springs Florida Real Estate Information

 

fort-lauderdaleIf you are searching for real estate in Coral Springs, FL or preparing to sell property of you own, it helps to have knowledge of the area and current market. Discussing your plans with knowledgeable professionals and doing a bit of research can make the process smoother as you work toward achieving your buying or selling goals.images (35)

About the City of Coral Springs

This city of Coral Springs  was officially chartered on the 10th of July in 193. It was master planned and developed primarily by WCI Communities, which was then called Coral Ridge Properties. As of 2010, there are over 5.5 million people in this part of the country, which is known as the Miami, Pompano Beach, and Fort Lauderdale area. Coral Springs in particular has a population of over 120,000 people.

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Coral Ridge Properties now WaterMark Communities Inc protected the landscape and appearance of the area by creating laws for landscaping and signs in the area. For instance, even popular places like McDonald’s weren’t allowed to display their signage, so there were no Golden Arches signs in the area. Officials are currently working to revitalize the core of the city. After they are done, the downtown area is going to have 1000 residential units, a new hotel, and many more offerings that will make it a much more desirable place for people to live in. Understanding this can help you to take advantage of a current market that will benefit from up and coming revitalizations or market your home to potential buyers so they can understand the benefits of making a purchase before the revitalization process is complete.

 

Buying a Fixer Upper

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In past years, Florida and Coral Springs was known as a state where you could easily find fixer upper properties that yielded almost instant equity with a bit of work. Today, fixer uppers are more difficult to find in Coral Springs because of strict building related laws and requirements that impact how homeowners must upkeep their properties. If finding a fixer upper is on your agenda, it is extremely important to work with a knowledgeable Realtor. Check into properties that were recently vacated by renters. Homes that are placed on the market as part of an estate sale are often also worth considering. Even homes that are not technically considered fixer uppers can be purchased at a reduced cost with the help of a savvy Realtor’s negotiating skills.

Coral Springs offers an exceptional Florida real estate market and many buying and selling opportunities. With some basic information about the area and the help of a knowledgeable Realtor, you too can realize your dreams and achieve your goals in this beautiful part of the country.

 

About the Author

Patrick Rogers runs Asurent Property Management based out of Medford Oregon. If you are needing property management services in that area, you can learn more at  http://www.medfordpropertymanagement.comMedfordPropertyManagement.com

 

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