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Beginning with the famous “Land Rush Sale” in 1965, when future citizens purchased 1,100 lots, residential value has stood as the hallmark of Coral Springs. By 1968, homes were being constructed at the rate of approximately one per day.

Today, this reputation for desirable housing remains strong. Money magazine recently put Coral Springs on its “Best Places to Live” in the country list. Coral Springs ranked first in Florida and 27th in the nation.

The numbers for Coral Springs break down to a median income of $71,283 and an average home price of $266,693. The total single family housing units in our boundaries stood at 46,265 in 2008.

Because Coral Springs grew as a planned community with high developers’ standards, these homes should hold their market value for generations. Residents also take part in maintaining the beautification of our neighborhoods. They agree to codes and courtesies designed to reflect the professional nature of our neighborhoods.

No wonder realtors publicly proclaim Coral Springs as “one of the hottest, strongest markets in Broward County.”

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