Fort Lauderdale Office
You can count on our top-skilled REALTORS® to help you buy or sell a home in the Fort Lauderdale area! With a high level of expertise in the industry and extensive knowledge of the area, you can trust us with all your real estate needs. Our team will work tirelessly to ensure that your buying, selling, or renting process goes smoothly and efficiently.
Sell Your Home in Fort Lauderdale
If you’re trying to sell your home in Fort Lauderdale, our team at Lamacchia Realty will put your home in front of the eyes of as many home buyers as possible. We use various methods including television marketing, real estate websites, social media marketing, interactive floor plans, photos, and reverse prospecting to attract buyers. As a city on the coast, Fort Lauderdale has a lot to offer to residents, and our team will be able to effectively communicate the advantages of your neighborhood and key selling points for your home to potential buyers.
Buying in Fort Lauderdale
With 71 neighborhoods in Fort Lauderdale, there are many great areas to choose from. Some of the top-ranked neighborhoods include Sunrise Intracoastal, Victoria Park, Coral Ridge, Flagler Village, and Downtown. If you’re looking to buy a home in the Fort Lauderdale area, you can count on our agents to find you just what you’re looking for! Our goal is to make the buying process as stress-free as possible for you.
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Learn More About Fort Lauderdale
Sitting on the Southeastern coast, Fort Lauderdale is widely known for its beaches and boating canals. The city is home to nearly 182,600 residents but offers an urban feel. The Strip, running along the oceanside highway, features many upscale outdoor restaurants, bars, boutique shops, and hotels. The city also offers many parks, shopping malls, museums, golf courses, and coffee shops. All of these attractions make it a popular tourist destination, with more than 560 hotels in the area.
In addition to tourism, much of the economy relies on the boating industry, as it is also a manufacturing and maintenance center for yachts. Fort Lauderdale is home to the nation’s third busiest cruise port, Port Everglades, which is an integral receiving point for petroleum.