Pembroke Pines

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Pembroke Pines, FL

Many prospective home buyers in the Miami Metropolitan Area enlist a qualified Florida Realtor to help them assess the right neighborhood to live in. It's no surprise to those familiar with the local real estate market that Pembroke Pines, FL, is one of the top destinations. When you partner with Ruth Klein Real Estate, we'll be happy to show you the properties we have for sale in Pembroke Pines.

Why Live Here?

One of the reasons for the longstanding appeal of the City of Pembroke Pines lies in that key component of real estate success: location. It's close to Miami, Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, Hialeah and other South Florida urban centers, which are accessible from nearby Interstate 75 and Florida's Turnpike. Densely populated areas lie to the east and south while the natural serenity of the Everglades National Park beckons to the west.

Lifestyle

Pembroke Pines has been nationally recognized as a great place to live particularly for families with children. Many residents enjoy heading over to adjacent Hollywood for beaches, jet skiing, diving and waterside dining. Norwegian, Carnival, Royal Caribbean and other renowned cruise lines operate ships out of the nearby port of Miami.

Culture

The Fletcher Art & Cultural Center gives music lessons while the Susan B. Katz Theater of Performing Arts is the place to go for plays and other shows. Pembroke Pines hosts quite a few free events, such as an annual festival for arts and crafts and the Children's Film Festival.

Schools

The school system consists of around two dozen elementary, junior high and high schools run by the Broward County school district. In addition, the city maintains its own charter schools program to give parents a choice in where to send their kids. Broward College, Barry University and Florida International University maintain regional campuses here.

Employment

Average incomes and house values in Pembroke Pines tend to be higher than in the State of Florida as a whole while unemployment and crime are lower. The top industries include retail sales, transportation and professional occupations. Many workers commute daily to nearby towns and cities.

Entertainment

There are several shopping centers and malls within the city limits as well as restaurants serving Indian, Chinese, American and Japanese fare among others. Miami, to the south, offers four major-league sports teams, vibrant nightlife and an amazing choice of retail establishments.

Parks and Recreation

Denizens of Pembroke Pines can relax at dozens of landscaped public parks. The Pembroke Lakes Golf and Racquet Club caters to those with sporting habits.

Real Estate

The local housing stock contains more than 61,000 units for a population of around 160,000. There are plenty of choices available, such as single-family detached homes, townhouses and luxury residences with high-end amenities. A boom in new home construction ran from 1997 - 2001, but the pace of construction has slowed considerably since that time. Still, new residences are built from time to time.

Explore the desirable properties in Pembroke Pines, FL, with Ruth Klein Real Estate at your side. We'd be happy to serve as your Florida Realtor not just in Pembroke Pines but in the surrounding communities as well. Call us to find out more today. It might not be long before you find and buy the home of your dreams.