John & Johanne (Gosselin) Sabia
Coldwell Banker Realty 954.850.2397

Fort Lauderdale Homes For Sale

Fort Lauderdale Homes For Sale

A treasured top destination for buyers searching homes with panoramic water views or lushly landscaped backyards adorned with a swimming pool in an ideal climate year round. Contact us anytime for more information about local areas! 

Search Fort Lauderdale Homes For Sale Now.

Enter Fort Lauderdale or your search area in the Map box and use filter buttons to narrow and customize your search. On mobile device, click on "List View" at bottom of page.

Fort Lauderdale Waterfront Homes With Dockage

With over 300 miles of waterways leading out to the open waters of the Atlantic Ocean, there is an abundant supply of waterfront homes for sale in Fort Lauderdale, ranging in price from $300,000 to many millions of dollars for waterfront estates. Some waterfront Homes are set behind fixed bridges, which limits the size of boat you can have, while waterfront houses that offer deep water ocean access with no fixed bridges allow you to cruise to the ocean, passing under drawbridges that open on demand or run on a fixed schedule.

Fort Lauderdale Neighborhoods

Many of Fort Lauderdale's most luxurious neighborhoods are located on the east side of town, from Lauderdale By The Sea on the north end, to Harbor Beach on the south end, and generally east of Federal Highway. Las Olas Isles are a popular choice for home buyers because houses in this waterfront community are within walking distance of the trendy boutiques, restaurants and art galleries of Las Olas Blvd.

Those looking for luxury high-end real estate in a gated community manned by security guards will find excellent luxury homes to choose from in the neighborhoods of Bay Colony, Sea Ranch Lakes, and Harbourage Isle in Harbor Beach.  Often you will see many older home in these neighborhoods being knocked down to vacant lots for a custom built home.  There are also a number of residential communities with unmanned security gates.

Rio Vista and Lauderdale Harbors offer historic old-Florida charm with estate homes on tree-lined streets, along with non-waterfront and waterfront lots. Many of the waterfront mansions are either on the banks of the Nu River or along deep water canals that feed into the Intracoastal Waterway and offer quick access to the ocean.

Coral Ridge and The Landings are at Fort Lauderdale's north end and offer home buyers dry and waterfront homes, as well as stately houses along the golf course at Coral Ridge Country Club.

Are you interested in viewing listings in person? Contact us, and we'll be happy to arrange a tour and answer all your questions about buying real estate in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Moving to Fort Lauderdale Florida OR Buying a Second Home:

Are you relocating to Fort Lauderdale or joining the thousands of Snow Birds who migrate to their warm vacation home in Fort Lauderdale each winter to escape the frigid north?

To assist you in your move, here is a list of community resources and utility information you may find useful. Of course, If you have questions or concerns about moving to Fort Lauderdale such as neighborhoods, school information, etc., please give us a call.  We hope you will find this information useful and consider using our Fort Lauderdale real estate services when buying your home! 

Fort Lauderdale Utilities

  • Electric: Florida Power and Light (FPL) 954-797-5000
  • Water & Trash Removal: City of Fort Lauderdale 954-828-5880
  • Phone, Internet & DirecTV: AT&T (Bellsouth) 800-288-2020
  • Phone & Internet: Comcast: 800.934.6489

Fort Lauderdale City Services

Fort Lauderdale School Information