Coral Springs, FL Real Estate Agents

 
 
           
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Real estate agents in Coral Springs, Florida

  • Charles Rutenberg Realty

    Beth Laggan

    Mobile: 1-954-494-5143    Office: 1-954-494-5143   

    Website Agent Listings Contact Beth Laggan

    " I have17 years of management experience both in banking and in the software industry. Full time realtor and strong team builder that enjoys challenge especially in todays market. Hands-on, customer oriented with strong capabilities to get a deal done. I am personally involved from start to finish. I am always looking for ways to increase my " ...

     
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
    REALTOR®
    The Multiple Listing Service Mark
     

    I specialize in: Coral Springs, FL - Parkland, FL - 

  • Keyes Real Estate

    Jim Howrey

    Mobile: 1-954-465-9875   

    Website Agent Listings Contact Jim Howrey

    "In today's real estate market, working with a knowledgeable Realtor is a must. I strive to provide my customers with the best service for a positive real estate experience. My network of 30 offices enables me to perform in any area of Florida. As a Realtor with access to state-of-the-art marketing and technology, I am able to deliver proven " ...

     
    Fair Housing and Equal Opportunity (FHEO)
    REALTOR®
    The Multiple Listing Service Mark
     

    I specialize in: Coral Springs, FL - 



Zipcodes covered by agents in Coral Springs, Florida

33065
33067
33071
33073
33075
33076
33077
 

City of Coral Springs



Life in Coral Springs comes with all the trappings of a south Florida setting. Buy a home in Coral Springs with the backdrop of the Everglades Wildlife Management Area. Premier shopping is available at Sawgrass Mills Mall 15 miles south on the Sawgrass Expressway. This suburban enclave is home to properties surrounded by outdoor amenities including the Coral Springs Aquatic Complex and adjacent Sportsplex at Coral Springs.

The shoreline of the Atlantic is a draw with Lighthouse Point a ten minute drive on Sample Road. While country clubs abound, homes in this zip code have pools and two or three garages. Population is a mere 125,000 sprawled over 24 square miles. The city has a sleepy town appeal with its western location to the interstate 95 corridor. It is also situated near the southernmost junction of interstate 75.

To find a real estate agent in Coral Springs, most interested buyers start with an internet search. This makes it crucial to get connected with Florida realtors and brokers that are established in the community. A partnership with Broward real estate agencies that know the market and have infrastructure to draw-up contracts and deliver the fast close is essential. In addition, they will have a team of professionals with a diverse selection of listings and lenders to choose from.


Buying Coral Springs Property



Coral Spring homes for sale have an average selling price of $300,000. This market garners $100,000 more than other zip codes in the country. The price per square foot is $143 again higher than the nation’s average. Homeowners earn $73,000 annually with most being college graduates. Unemployment is lower as well. Sales tax is lower than surrounding counties at 6 percent. Potential buyers will find single level ranch to two story living space. This translates into a vibrant market ready to move properties. Coral Springs realtors are engaged in a robust career with a plethora of beautiful MLS listings.


Selling in Coral Springs


The right deal can dictate a buyer’s or seller’s market. Serious sellers are looking for savvy Coral Spring real estate agents that can host open houses that generate offers. This is followed by the ability to match interested buyers quickly. These professionals bolster the deal by sharing the bevy of full-suite dining, entertainment, shopping, and outdoor activities this community has to offer. The suburban setting that allows an escape from the hustle and bustle of Fort Lauderdale and neighboring cities is another reprieve enjoyed by residents. This as well as easy access to the business hubs are compelling selling points.
 

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