Popular Gay Friendly Neighborhoods

Welcome to my April / May 2018 Fort Lauderdale Gay Realtors guide to some of our most popular gay friendly neighborhoods in one of the most gay friendly cities in the USA – Fort Lauderdale!

Popular Gay Friendly
Neighborhoods

Fort Lauderdale Gay Realtors often get asked – what are the most popular gay friendly neighborhoods…and what are prices like?

Here is our pricing guide for both condos and homes in some of the most popular gay friendly neighborhoods here in Fort Lauderdale.

Neighborhood Condos  S/F Homes
W Manors
Oakland Park
$154,950 $380,000
North Andrews Gardens $100,500 $264,000
Coral Ridge $299,450 $1,375,000
Lauderdale Lakes $144,000 $319,000
Lauderdale by the Sea $458,274 $899,900
Pompano Beach $309,900 $585,000
Poinsettia Heights From $179,000 * $525,000
Fort Lauderdale Beach $495,000 $1,695,000
North Beach $787,000  N/A
Sea Ranch Lakes $427,000 $1,150,000
Source: MLS  – April 2018

The prices are based on median prices in each neighborhood.

* There are few in this neighborhood – mostly town homes which range from $250,000 upwards and into the $600,000’s! 

There have been some strong increases in median prices – especially in  the gay friendly neighborhood of North Beach!

View prices in our last report on Gay Friendly Neighborhoods for February / March 2018

For many gay and LGBT buyers being part of a welcoming community / neighborhood is important!

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Popular Gay Friendly Neighborhoods

Welcome to my February / March 2018 Fort Lauderdale Gay Realtors guide to some of our most popular gay friendly neighborhoods in one of the most gay friendly cities in the USA – Fort Lauderdale!

Popular Gay Friendly
Neighborhoods

Fort Lauderdale Gay Realtors often get asked – what are the most popular gay friendly neighborhoods…and what are prices like?

Here is our pricing guide for both condos and homes in some of the most popular gay friendly neighborhoods here in Fort Lauderdale.

Neighborhood Condos  S/F Homes
W Manors
Oakland Park
$149,700 $396,500
North Andrews Gardens $114,000 $235,000
Coral Ridge $299,000 $1,299,000
Lauderdale Lakes $144,950 $230,000
Lauderdale by the Sea $459,000 $1,025,000
Pompano Beach $319,000 $575,000
Poinsettia Heights From $249,900 * $486,744
Fort Lauderdale Beach $515,000 $1,749,000
North Beach $824,500  N/A
Sea Ranch Lakes $422,250 $1,250,000
Source: MLS  – Feb 2018

The prices are based on median prices in each neighborhood.

* There are few in this neighborhood – mostly town homes which range from $249,900 upwards and into the $600,000’s! 

There have been some strong increases in median prices – especially in  the gay friendly neighborhood of North Beach!

View prices in our last report on Gay Friendly Neighborhoods for December 2017 / January 2018

For many gay and LGBT buyers being part of a welcoming community / neighborhood is important!

Continue reading Popular Gay Friendly Neighborhoods

My Ft Lauderdale Realtors Guide to Getting a Mortgage

My Tips to a Great Mortgage

As one of our companies top Gay Ft Lauderdale Realtors I know that it can be a little overwhelming for Gay and LGBT home buyers when they are thinking about getting a mortgage.

There are so many competing vendors offering mortgages as well as other factors to consider least of all being your credit score.

In this guide I discuss the steps on how to get a “great” mortgage

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Selling Your Home – Think First Impressions

A Gay Fort Lauderdale Realtors Guide
to Selling Your Home

Here is the first in my series of guides to selling your home.

1. First Impressions Count!

It’s a big decision in selling your home – and what is important are the first impressions your home makes to prospective buyers!

As a Gay Fort Lauderdale Realtor it is really disappointing to see the number of homes that are listed for sale where the owner and/or agent has not made a really good first impression and some of this I think has to do with objectivity and some perhaps agents reluctance to make recommendations to sellers.

As a seller you need to be objective and too put yourself in a customer’s shoes and that can be hard to do if you’ve lived in a home for months even years.

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