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Broward County has an interesting story behind its name. In 1878 Providencia, a Spanish ship enroute from Havana to Cadiz in Spain, ran aground near the Lake Worth coast in SE Florida. She was carrying a cargo of coconuts. The coconuts were salvaged and planted along the nearby coastline. The resulting grove of coconut palms gave this section of Lake Worth its new name Broward. Coconut palms are not native to the US.
Officially, Broward County is part of the Miami metropolitan area. However, the western parts are also considered part of Florida’s rural heartland. The county covers 2,383 square miles on Florida’s east coast and is located just north of Miami. It includes 413 square miles of water and beaches, most of which is Lake Okeechobee and the Atlantic Ocean. There are also many historic centers, parks and recreational areas, national parks, and wildlife reserves.
According to 2019 census figures, Broward County is home to just under 1.5 million people. It is one of the most populous counties in the country for many reasons. The mild winters, miles of coastline, and lush green landscapes make it a popular destination for families. There is also a range of lifestyle and business choices available here courtesy of the county’s diverse economy.
Why not consider buying a business here, or your next home. There are some great deals to be found through tax collector auctions.
Broward County offers something for everyone. Urbanites, beach goers, and golf lovers will love eastern Broward with all its amenities, beaches and golf courses. This area is very urbanized with a huge range of housing types and price options available.
If suburban or rural living is more your style, central and western Broward county could be just what you’re looking for. Much of this area is highly productive and intensive agricultural and farming land. Agriculture is Broward County’s second biggest industry. It makes a significant contribution to the county’s position as the wealthiest county in Florida per capita income. This area is also considered the ‘winter vegetable capital’ of America.
As well as growing great vegetables and farm produce, Broward County is home to a diverse range of businesses. The aviation industry is well represented here with a number of companies having facilities in the north of the county. Real estate development is booming, and the county’s large education system is one of the best in the country. The Jupiter Medical Center provides a range of health services across the county. There are libraries, museums, art centers, theatres, zoos, sporting events, festivals and much more to keep locals and tourists entertained.
Broward County has approximately 686,200 housing units with a median price between $258,700 and $282,450. Some homes are selling for less than this though through Broward County tax deed sales. A tax auction is a great way to pick up a lovely affordable family home or an investment property.