Help with Relocating

If you’re moving to Broward County, Florida, we’ve got you covered! Many people come to Broward County for new jobs or retirement. Either way, you probably have a lot of questions and we can help you find the answers. Some of the questions below might just be the ones on your mind.

What is Broward County Like?

If you’re not familiar with the County, we’re here to help. We know all about the area – the neighborhoods, where to shop, places to go and things to see. You can start your research right here on this website. Use the links below to learn a bit about each of the areas listed, and look at the homes that are currently for sale in each area.

We’ll help you match your lifestyle to the perfect place for you and your family.

What’s the Best Way to Find a Home Long Distance?


Contact us and we’ll set up an online home search based on your needs. We’ll be on the lookout for homes that we think would fit your lifestyle and you will receive emails when homes that match your criteria first hit the market.

We’re familiar with the technologies that will make your long distance home search easy and fun. We’ll make sure you get the information you need to learn about the County, and homes in your price range, before you make a buying trip.

With our team of local financing experts, we are prepared to find the program, rates and down payment that will fit your needs. Our certified loan originators specialize in Broward County home loans, which makes financing easy.

When Should a Buying Trip be Scheduled?

You may want to schedule more than one trip. The first time you visit you can tour the area to have a good understanding of the areas you are most interested in. For some people, having seen the neighborhoods in person gives them a better understanding when they look at homes on the Internet.

Timing of a buying trip can be tricky. If you visit too soon, sellers won’t want to wait for a closing date that makes sense for you. If you visit too late, you may not have time to close on a home before your moving date.

While each situation can be different, you should typically schedule a buying trip when you have a list of homes you want to visit, approximately 1.5 to 2 months before your move date. At that point, with all the research you’ve done and the ability to review homes on the Internet, you will easily make a decision after seeing the homes in person.

How Can All the Decisions be Made and Paperwork Completed Long Distance?

Once home negotiations start, all the paperwork can be handled via email and fax. We’ll stay in close contact with you to make sure you are comfortable with the sales price and terms of the contract.

Home inspections are an important part of a home purchase. If you can’t attend the inspection, we’ll be there to meet with the home inspector. Once a report is issued, you’ll have access to it right away and we can review the report together to identify and resolve any issues.

Who Must Attend a Closing?

Once you’re at the closing stage, you should be relaxing and getting excited about your move. You can attend the closing, but if you’re not able to attend, we can represent you.   The paperwork can be sent overnight to you for signatures and you can overnight the package back for the closing.

Make sure your relocation is a success! Call us today at 954-242-8030 or send an email to get the process started.



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