From its modest beginnings as a secluded airfield surrounded by dairy farms and pines, the city is now one of Florida’s fastest-growing communities and is Broward County’s second-most populous city. The city’s broad boulevards are host to various restaurants and a multitude of shopping options from national chains to family-owned shops. If you choose to buy in Pembroke Pines, its options are diverse. Choose to live in a picturesque affordable home in East Pines, a City Center condo, or a larger newer home west of Interstate 75. Pembroke Pines is a paradise and has everything you could want in a city including amazing public schools, exceptional restaurants, numerous things to do, affordable homes, a city government that really cares about its residents, and gives a charming small-town feel. 

Interior with a bid dining room of a modern private house


Pembroke Pines is the right place for you with a tropical climate similar to a rainforest If you like warm weather. Summer is hot, sultry, and stuffy with temperatures averaging between 80 and 90 degrees, with some lows in the 70s. The winter months are warm, with temperatures ranging from about 75 degrees to 85 degrees. There are rare cold fronts and very rare winter frosts. If you plan to move to Pembroke Pines, remember that this area is mostly residential, with most of the “urban” atmosphere in neighboring areas such as Fort Lauderdale, Hollywood, and Miami. Most people who work in these cities live in Pembroke Pines and go to work daily. Pembroke Pines is only a short drive away from some of Florida’s breathtaking nature and remarkable cities.

Nature background, park with meadow


If you’re fascinated by making Pembroke Pines your new home or want to know a little more about the region, don’t stress. We have you covered. Although utility costs are to some extent lower than the national average, the total cost of living is about 3 percent higher than the average. Typically, these figures are correlated to the housing market and entertainment spending, as Pembroke Pines is so close to two major cities. As a resident of Florida, you may be eligible for homestead exemption, which may reduce the amount of taxes you pay. If you reside in Pembroke Pines, Broward County Transit provides a bus system with routes throughout the county. These routes have links to the Miami Dade County Metrobus and Palm Beach County Train. 


We have years of experience in the real estate industry and make sure to make your experience as stress-free and positive as possible. Be it your first family home or another property you are adding to your portfolio, we have the tools and knowledge to get the job done!


500 E McNab Rd,
Pompano Beach, FL 33060

500 E McNab Rd,
Pompano Beach, FL 33060


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