Pembroke Pines Real Estate

The City of Pembroke Pines , Florida, offers a friendly small-town feel with all the amenities of a larger city. With over 160,000 residents, Pembroke Pines is the 10th largest municipality in Florida, but still maintains its charm as "one of the best cities to live in America." It has received awards such as the "All-America City" and was named the "2014's Best City of Hispanic Entrepreneurs" by WalletHub. Pembroke Pines offers a South Florida lifestyle for all ages with its cultural diversity, commitment to the arts and culture, outstanding schools, and numerous parks.

Pembroke Pines is conveniently located in southwest Broward County, providing easy access to primary highways and interstates, key employment centers, entertainment venues, parks, golf courses, restaurants, and retail/commercial destinations. The city is home to 28 superior parks and lush landscaping throughout neighborhoods and public places, enhancing the city's natural beauty and South Florida charm. Pembroke Pines was ranked #32 in the top #50 "Best Places to Live 2014" by Money Magazine, and was the only Florida city on that list.

Overall, Pembroke Pines offers a high quality of life, exceptional amenities, and a commitment to cultural diversity and community engagement, making it a highly desirable place to call home in South Florida.

Pembroke Pines - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Pembroke Pines: $406,900 / County Avg $784,400


Avg Taxes in Pembroke Pines: $4,100 / County Avg $12,800


Avg Sq. Ft. in Pembroke Pines: 1,376 / County Avg 1,566


Avg Price per/sqft in Pembroke Pines:$296 / County Avg $501


Avg Walkscore in Pembroke Pines: 34 / County Avg 47


Avg Year Built in Pembroke Pines: 1992 / County Avg 1983


Avg Days on Website in Pembroke Pines: 67 / County Avg 96


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