The Pembroke Pines Real Estate Report (Florida)

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The average high is 90 and low temperature is 59. Pembroke Pines is located to the North of Miramar and to the South Of Weston. The total number of households is 150,900. Their is a total of 427,446 residence, with a median age of 35.18. The median income in the area is $58,639. Pembroke Pines really grew after hurricane Andrew hit South Florida. A lot of residence moved North into the new community of Pembroke Pines.

In the Single family market made up of single family homes their are currently 1,153 active listings ranging in price from $109,000 to a high of $1,499,000. Their have been 728 closed sales and currently 135 pending sales since January first of 2006. Their have been 600 expired listings that did not sell in an average time of six months on the market in the MLS.

The rest of the single family residence are made up of Condominiums, townhomes and villas. Their is currently 1,144 active listings on the market ranging in price from $80,000 to a high of $433,000. Their have been 770 closed sales and 128 pending sales since the first of January 2006. A total of 558 properties expired off the market since the first of 2006. This means that they did not sell in an average six month period.

Pembroke Pines rests up against the Everglades to the West. It is a newer community on the west side of the Pines and South West side of Broward County. There is many great parks, restaurants, night life and schools. It is a great place to raise your children. If you would like more information about the local Real Estate market please don't hesitate to contact us We are experts in the South Florida Real Estate market and available 24 hours a day seven days a week.


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