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With its famous sundrenched beaches, scenic golf courses, and first-class cuisine, Boca Raton has long been a vacation destination for people of all ages. The community is also known for having family friendly neighborhoods, top ranked schools, eclectic shops, and exciting sport attractions. Boca Raton is the perfect South Florida community to lay down roots and buy a home.View Schools in Boca Raton
West Palm Beach is one of South Florida’s most vibrant cities. Located near the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Beach County, the city is filled with harbors, beaches and nightclubs that attract people from all over the world. There are many historic districts with houses built in the 1920s. The city has experienced rejuvenation in recent years as newcomers and businesses have settled into its neighborhoods. Today, West Palm Beach flourishes with real estate properties that include homes and condos near shopping centers, restaurants and recreational areas.View Schools in West Palm Beach
Royal Palm Beach is one of South Florida’s most vibrant cities. Located near the Intracoastal Waterway in Palm Beach County, the city is filled with harbors, beaches and nightclubs that attract people from all over the world. There are many historic districts with houses built in the 1920s. The city has experienced rejuvenation in recent years as newcomers and businesses have settled into its neighborhoods. Today, Royal Palm Beach flourishes with real estate properties that include homes and condos near shopping centers, restaurants and recreational areas.View Schools in Royal Palm Beach
The Town of Highland Beach is located in the southern portion of eastern Palm Beach County, which is in the southeastern part of the State of Florida. The Highland Beach Town encompasses 0.6 square miles and is bounded on the north and northwest by the City of Delray Beach and on the south and southwest by the City of Boca Raton. The Atlantic Ocean lies adjacent to the Town on the east and the Intracoastal Waterway lies to the west. The Town's "main street" is a beautiful tree-lined stretch of Florida's state road A1A.View Schools in Highland Beach
Known worldwide as a first-class resort town, Delray Beach is located in southern Palm Beach County, directly on the Atlantic Ocean. Delray Beach offers the visitor a full range of amenities and, of course, the incomparable beauty of nearly two miles of well-groomed, easily accessible beach.
The Greater Delray Beach Chamber of Commerce is over 1100 businesses and professional firms working together to make the Delray Beach area a better place to live. Whether you are a business, visitor or new resident, our community welcomes you.
Jupiter is part an area of Florida known as the Treasure Coast. Jupiter is located in Palm Beach County, approximately 12 miles north of Palm Beach Shores. The town offers a combination of upscale, cosmopolitan living with a small town feel. Jupiter's real estate market features a mixture of residential neighborhoods, condominiums and luxury waterfront communities that are located near A-rated schools as well as wonderful shops and restaurants.View Schools in Jupiter
From golf course homes to an equestrian community, to the villas and estate homes of BallenIsles, real estate in Palm Beach Gardens is surprisingly diversified. Palm Beach Gardens homes of Florida is a well planned community with the perfect pro-active business climate that embraces innovation and an intrinsic understanding of the balance between social, economic and ecological conditions. With world-class amenities, Palm Beach Gardens is much more than the ultimate vacation spot, it is a premier choice for a place to call home. PGA National is the center of not only resort accommodations, golf and top rated club facilities, but exquisite, signature homes. These beautiful, often custom built PGA National properties make any home in this community a premiere choice in Florida real estate.View Schools in Palm Beach Gardens
Imagine living among an abundance of tree-line boulevards, lushly-landscaped homes, beautiful parks, and magnificent gardens. Coconut Creek is a well-planned community that is widely-recognized for its dedication to environmental preservation and beautification. This tranquil refuge in Broward County is known as the “Butterfly Capital of the World” and home to Butterfly World, the world’s largest butterfly sanctuary. Real estate in Coconut Creek features condominiums, townhouses and single-family homes in private, gated communities.View Schools in Coconut Creek
The City of Plantation, "Where the Grass is Greener," provides a truly exquisite lifestyle for its residents. Plantation has a series of world-class, championship golf resorts, top shopping centers, fine dining, and award-winning schools. The exclusive Plantation Preserve Golf Course & Club, prestigious Ft. Lauderdale Country Club and casual Jacaranda Golf Club are all packed with players, tournaments and elegant clubhouses ready for events. The Broward Mall, The Fountains Shoppes of Distinction and Sawgrass Mills Mall are all destinations to which people flock from anywhere in the Miami-Ft. Lauderdale metro area.View Schools in Plantation
Picture Greenwich, Connecticut in the Everglades. The City of Parkland is an affluent residential community, west of Fort Lauderdale, which acts as one of the great suburbs of the Miami-metro area, exactly one hour away. The majority of this town's schools are A-rated and its restaurants are elegant, resort-style eateries with panache. There is even a small business 'village' with sundry shops, shipping and packing stores, medical and legal services and grocery.View Schools in Parkland
Coral Springs was ranked one of the best places to live by Money Magazine, and is one of the premier cities in northwest Broward County. More than 125,000 residents have a strong sense of community and take pride in their homes. Coral Springs real estate features luxury estates, single-family homes and resort-style condos. This thriving city of community-minded, family-oriented individuals is also home to the all-inclusive Sportsplex, Coral Springs Mall and Coral Springs Museum of Art.View Schools in Coral Springs
The amenities of a growing cosmopolitan city. The heart and soul of a small town. The City of Sunrise, located in western Broward County, is home to more than 90,000 residents and host to several million national and international visitors each year. Situated in the heart of the tri-county region (Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach), we're proud to be the gateway to a vast number of residential, business, entertainment and cultural opportunities - and the stage for spectacular, color-washed sunsets.
Sunrise is the 21st largest of Florida's 400+ municipalities, as well as one of its most progressive. Yet it remains a friendly place where natural beauty is valued and lush landscaping is used to enhance neighborhoods, thoroughfares and public places. Sunrise also maintains its long-standing commitment to developing and maintaining itself as a sustainable community that preserves the past while planning for the future.
Margate is a quaint suburb of Fort Lauderdale and part of the South Florida-metro area. But it is anything but hurried or stressful. Margate residents pride themselves on helping out their local firefighters and police departments. They hold regular hurricane preparedness events and donate money to needy families throughout Broward County during the holidays. The National Association of Town Watch (NATW) named the City of Margate as a National Award Winner for its outstanding National Night out against Crime program, held in 2006, for the second consecutive year.View Schools in Margate
Weston is a family-oriented, master-planned community that strives to embrace each and every resident. Weston's well managed growth has given rise to one of South Florida's most desirable communities, both residential and corporate.
With a culturally diverse population, Weston is comprised of the finest residential neighborhoods, and a diverse corporate, commercial and retail environment. We are a safe community with A-rated public schools, superior parks and recreational facilities, a progressive government that is financially strong and a community-wide appearance that cities around the world wish to emulate.
Known as "Florida's Gateway to the Gulf Stream", Boynton Beach is the third largest city in Palm Beach County. Boynton Beach real estate offers many premium waterfront communities on the Intracoastal, luxury homes and estates, and beautiful 'Old Florida' classic style-homes. Boynton Beach is also home to many parks and recreational facilities that host events and attractions all year long.View Schools in Boynton Beach
Because of its elaborate canal system, Fort Lauderdale is known as the “Venice of America.” Stretching 36 square miles, Fort Lauderdale has prospered into one of Broward County’s booming metropolitan areas with a population of over 170,000. The city has many real estate properties, and public and private schools. Filled with inspiring beaches, first-rate restaurants and vibrant nightclubs, this thriving region is a popular place for locals and tourists.View Schools in Fort Lauderdale
Deerfield Beach is the pride of Broward County. Located on the Atlantic Ocean, nestled between Boca Raton and Lighthouse Point and 20 miles north of Fort Lauderdale, the city provides residents with easy access to all that south Florida has to offer. Though located just minutes away from major metropolitan areas, This beach area remains a quiet, tropical retreat with a distinctive, local flavor. Known best for its serene beaches, this tight-knit community is home to just over 64,000 people and has shopping, churches and schools nearby. Deerfield Beach students are served by the Broward County Public School System, the fifth largest district in the country. Residents enjoy more than 100 acres of parks and open space, as well as the many recreational facilities provided by the city.View Schools in Deerfield Beach
Lighthouse Point is located in Broward County along the Intracoastal Waterway. This self-sufficient, friendly and prosperous community is small, proud and close-knit, with an air of informal affluence. Neighborhoods are quiet and well kept. Many homes are on the city's 18 miles of waterways and some have deepwater access. Charming homes and condominiums dot the community's landscape. There are 13 miles of paths, trails and sidewalks in Lighthouse Point. City parks feature athletic fields; tennis, racquetball, basketball, and volleyball courts; playgrounds; picnic areas and open space.View Schools in Lighthouse Point
Driven to it because of its golden beaches, charming hotels and thriving communities, locals and visitors are flocking to Pompano Beach, Florida. The city, named after a fish found in the Florida Atlantic coast, is one of South Florida’s hottest vacation spots, ranking as one of the top destinations in the nation by Money Magazine and the Wall Street Journal. Real estate in Pompano Beach is booming with home prices averaging $450,000 and a number of new condo units for sale. Pompano Beach continues to flourish as recent developmental projects guarantee to bring new life into the city.View Schools in Pompano Beach
North Lauderdale is the pride of Broward County. Located on the Atlantic Ocean, nestled between Boca Raton and Lighthouse Point and 20 miles north of Fort Lauderdale, the city provides residents with easy access to all that south Florida has to offer. Though located just minutes away from major metropolitan areas, This beach area remains a quiet, tropical retreat with a distinctive, local flavor. Known best for its serene beaches, this tight-knit community is home to just over 64,000 people and has shopping, churches and schools nearby. North Lauderdale students are served by the Broward County Public School System, the fifth largest district in the country. Residents enjoy more than 100 acres of parks and open space, as well as the many recreational facilities provided by the city.View Schools in North Lauderdale
Lake Worth is a city in Palm Beach County, Florida, which takes its name from the body of water along its eastern border, originally called "Lake Worth", and now generally known as the Lake Worth Lagoon. As of 2010, the population estimated by the U.S. Census Bureau was 34,910. The city is included in the Miami-Fort Lauderdale-Pompano Beach Metropolitan Area, which is home to approximately 5,563,857 people.View Schools in Lake Worth