Calling All Parkland and Coral Springs Heron Bay Residents! The Parkland Squawk Real Estate Report Is In The Mail With Valuable Real Estate Information Along With City Information Including Our Upcoming Parkland Home Value Seminar On May 30, 2017 At The Heron Bay Marriott At: 6:00 p.m. Learn From The Experts and Ask Your Real Estate Questions To Speakers: Broward County Property Appraiser Marty Kiar, Broward County Commissioner and Former Parkland Mayor Michael Udine, Broward School Board Representative Abby Freedman, & Top Parkland Real Estate Agent and # 1 RE/MAX Florida Agent For 2016 Michael Citron. Visit Event Website At: http://ParklandHomeSeminar.com – Seating Is Limited – Free Event For All Residents To Attend. We Hope You Enjoy Our Parkland Squawk Report Magazine & Look Forward To Seeing You At Our Parkland Home Value Seminar Event On May 30, 2017. Please Give Us A Call With Any Questions At: 954-609-0591. Please Visit Our Website: http://ParklandParrot.com For All Of Your Real Estate Needs. We Look Forward To Earning Your Trust and Business.
If you read my Parkland Parrot Real Estate Website, you know that the Parkland and Coral Springs real estate market is changing on a regular basis. Values here can vary dramatically from neighborhood to neighborhood. Whether you are buying or selling, relocating, or moving to Parkland, Coral Springs, Coconut Creek, or the surrounding areas in South Florida, it is more important than ever to work with a local Realtor who has experience and knowledge of the market and is a full-time real estate consultant. I am honored to be the #1 top producing RE/MAX real estate agent in the entire State of Florida for 2016 along with being one of the top Realtors in Parkland and South Florida. I am also the 28 RE/MAX real estate agents in the United States for 2016. I can be reached anytime on my cell at 954-609-0591 if you and your family are looking to buy, sell, or rent a home or you can fill out a contact form here and I will gladly give you a call back to discuss your real estate needs.