Pembroke Pines Real Estate Market Overview
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Location & Weather
Located in the heart of south Florida you’ll find one of the largest cities in Broward County; Pembroke Pines. This city is home to key tourist attractions, has easy access to primary highways, and is just minutes from pristine beaches, international airports and deep-water ports. Home to over 20 parks and rich landscaping, Pembroke Pines offers plenty of acreage for outdoor leisure and family-friendly recreation.
The climate in this city is warm, and there’s not as much rain here compared to most Floridian cities. Residents describe the majority of the year to have “perfectly warm weather”.
Population, Job Market & Cost of Living
The population of Pembroke Pines is 178,439, with a growth rate of 0.91% annually. The job market has increased by 1.9% over the last year. In ten years, job growth is predicted to be 40.8%. Pembroke Pines is described to be progressive, as it’s Florida’s 9th largest city. There is a lot of potential here for employment in education, retail trades, public/private partnerships and local initiatives.
Pembroke Pines is an expensive place to live in Florida, and the cost of living here is higher than Florida’s average.