Harbor Inlet Fort Lauderdale
Earlier today I added a video that features the neighborhood of Harbor Inlet in Fort Lauderdale. I wanted to take a moment and separate Harbor Beach from Harbor Inlet. If you're traveling south across the 17th street bridge the Harbor Inlet neighborhood will be on your right. Harbor Inlet, as the name would suggest, is surrounded by water. There are some magnificent waterfront homes, and some older homes waiting to be magnificent. The reason I really wanted to do a separate post on Harbor Inlet is the relative value I believe the neighborhood possesses.
At the time of this posting there are 14 single family homes listed for sale on the MLS in Harbor Inlet. Those prices range from a high of $4,495,000 down to $550,000. Its the lower dollar homes I'd really like to focus on. The neighborhoods proximity to the water hold tremendous value. Other neighborhoods in Fort Lauderdale that are located this close to the ocean seldom have homes priced down in the $550,000 level. If you're looking to remodel a home to live in, I would absolutely take a look at Harbor Inlet. A number of the homes were built in the 1950's and 60's and are just waiting for updating. For the developer crowd, there's a home for sale on a 14,000 square foot lot that is very appealing. The options would be to either build a large home on the lot, or what I think the better strategy would be, subdivide the lot and build two homes on the land. Contact me for more information.
I work as a Realtor in Southeast Fort Lauderdale. If you’re interested in buying or selling a home, condominium, or townhouse (townhome) in: Rio Vista, Victoria Park, Downtown Fort Lauderdale, Fort Lauderdale Beach, Sailboat Bend, Tarpon River, Croissant Park, Collee Hammock, or Las Olas Isles, please feel free to contact me at (786)443-7203 or through my email email@example.com. I am a Realtor that works on Saturdays to accommodate those with busy schedules.
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Written By Casey Prindle