Gay realtors Fort Lauderdale recommends living in this beachside city, which has always been very friendly to the LGBT community. This is a laid-back affordable place olive that has a true rainforest climate and miles of public and private beaches with silky white sand and great views. Living on a condo right on the beach in one of the many gay-friendly neighborhoods here can be quite affordable.
The city is home to one of the “gayest” areas in all of Florida. This is Wilton Manors, the Island City. It was incorporated in 1947. This is a vibrant, lively place that is going through a wonderful –period of revitalization and that has a busy Arts and Entertainment district that features many shops, restaurants and theaters. This is one of gay realtors Fort Lauderdale’s top neighborhoods simply because it is so progressive and friendly. It is also home to several wonderful recreational facilities including Colohatee Nature Park, which is 9.3 acres of parkland. The area also has a dog park and a marina.
Another place on gay realtors Fort Lauderdale top gay neighborhoods list is Pompano. This neighborhood is along the beach and is currently in the middle of a redevelopment process. It is almost continuously listed as one of the top places to buy real estate on CNN and the Wall Street journal. It is also culturally a very exciting neighborhood to live in that has a huge annual nautical flea market, a Holiday Boat Parade, a Beach seafood Festival and an Italian Festival. It is also home opt several museums and galleries including the Meridian Gallery and the Pompano Bach Art Gallery. It is sandwiched between Pompano Park and Fern Forest Nature Park and is home to the Pompano Beach golf course.
If you want to live downtown then the premium gay place to live is Victoria Park. Victoria Park is the vibrant gay community that is very progressive and yet still retains all of the charm of Florida of the past. This huge gay community is located between the Las Olas, Intracoastal Waterway, Middle River and Federal Highway. The area offers the high end shopping and five star restaurants of the posh Las Olas area and the sand and the lazy beach life of the famous Fort Lauderdale strip. You can have this entire glamor while still living in a cozy residential neighborhood that is predominantly a tightly knit and well-organized gay community.
The Victoria Park area is also very pet-friendly and has many little dog parks. Every year it holds the Cause 4 Paws Pet Festival. The area is well kept up and has programs to report streetlights that are out and for making sure gardens are pest friendly. This is a community with a lot of rules and a downside for some may be that it can be quite expensive to buy any type of property here.
Gay realtors Fort Lauderdale would like to advise buyers that this is an area where many hurricanes strike and for that reason insurance rates for buying any property might be quite high.