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Land in Broward County, Florida

Broward County, a little slice of the sunshine state – Florida, is synonymous with endless sunlight, exotic beaches, and ebullient neighborhoods. It forms one-third of the Miami Metropolitan area, southeast of Florida, and is the seventh-largest county in the state with about 1.94 million residents. Culturally rich and diverse, the land in Broward County in Florida hosts many Spanish-speaking residents. The urban region is sandwiched between Everglades Wildlife Management Area to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. Packed with exotic wildlife, ceaseless summertime, stunning places, and umpteen perks like no income tax, Broward County makes each day like a vacation.

History of Broward County Florida

History of Broward County Florida

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The secrets of the current versatility of the county are hidden in the rich history of the region. The earliest evidence of occupied land in Broward County is about 12,000 years old. The settlements were close to the Miami River, mostly on the northern banks. Europeans, during their expedition to Miami, were greeted by Tequesta people, who did not practice agriculture, but hunting and fishing was common practice.

The decline in the Tequesta population and the gradual growth of the industrial era triggered new settlement formation, declination, and reformation. Eventually, Broward County came into being on April 30, 1915. In 1904, Dania became the first incorporation into Broward County, which witnessed more integrations with Pompano Beach (1908), Fort Lauderdale (1911), and nearly equal parts of the land by Palm Beach County and Dade County (1915).

The year 1925 is considered the peak of the Florida Land Boom. Rightly so, Broward County evolved from agricultural to a developing residential land; later, another developmental boom was seen post-WWII. Another set of incorporations followed in the 50s and 60s. Land in Broward County in Florida has been seeing the population increase ever since.

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Broward County Namesake

Broward County Namesake

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On April 30, 1915, the southeast county in Florida was founded. The name – Broward County, instead of Everglades County, was confirmed by Ion Farris, the Speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, in honor of Napoleon Bonaparte Broward, governor of Florida from 1905 to 1909.

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Broward County, a little slice of the sunshine state – Florida, is synonymous with endless sunlight, exotic beaches, and ebullient neighborhoods. It forms one-third of the Miami Metropolitan area, southeast of Florida, and is the seventh-largest county in the state with about 1.94 million residents. Culturally rich and diverse, the land in Broward County in Florida hosts many Spanish-speaking residents. The urban region is sandwiched between Everglades Wildlife Management Area to the west and the Atlantic Ocean to the east. Packed with exotic wildlife, ceaseless summertime, stunning places, and umpteen perks like no income tax, Broward County makes each day like a vacation.

Broward County, FL Demographics

Broward County, FL Demographics

Broward real estate has observed popularity among inhabitants and internal or external migrators. With a total area of 1322.81 square miles and over 1.94 million people residing, Broward is ranked as the second-most populous county in Florida and 17th in the United States.

The racial makeup of Broward County constitutes a high percentage — 34.5, for Non-Hispanic White people, followed by 27.8% Non-Hispanic Blacks, 25.9% Hispanic White, and Asians along with some other Hispanic communities.

The evolving economy and growing popularity of residential land for sale in Broward County made way for thriving communities. As of 2019, the employed population for the county is 1 million, with the median household income as $61,508, which is 7.3% higher than in 2018. The largest industries of the county are – Health Care & Social Assistance, Retail Trade, and Accommodation & Food Services, while the highest paying industries include Management Occupations, Public Administration, and Professional Support.

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Why should you buy land in Broward County, FL?

Why should you buy land in Broward County, FL?

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The booming economy, job opportunities, and increasing development in the area is an attraction for tourists and non-native residents to invest in real estate. The urbanization model of the county supports "live, work and play" communities; this enhances the living conditions, which in turn enables more people to settle here.

No doubt Broward County has witnessed 12.55% growth since 2010!

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Unreal Neighborhoods in Broward County, FL

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Why Broward County?

Why Broward County?

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Broward County is a cosmopolitan area, an amusement hotspot that fosters endless warm, beachy weather and a hot economy. Be it its glorious and golden vibe or the perfect retreat for thrill-seekers, Broward County is the best of both worlds. No wonder why the market is flooded with the sale of land in Broward County.

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