Coral Springs Homes for Sale


There are numerous Coral Springs homes for sale, one can be your future home! One of the most important aspects of buying a home is making sure you can qualify for a mortgage. Our website also provides resources for home buyer such as our buy a home section.

I understand that searching homes for sale becomes quite taskful, therefore my website provides a MLS search so you can find homes for sale in Coral Springs and throughout South Florida.


Automated Home Search

If you don't want to spend all day looking up Coral Springs houses for sale, you can sign up for my automated home search. By signing up, I will only only send you homes in Coral Springs that match your search criteria, this way you can easily and at your convenience browse the properties that match exactly the home you are looking to purchase.

Home Buying Search Criteria
Please note that all fields followed by an asterisk must be filled in.
First Name*
Last Name*
E-mail Address*
Primary Phone
Secondary Phone
Are you currently working with another Realtor?*
When will you be buying your new home?*
Cities or Areas of Interest*
Price Range*
Type of Home
Bedrooms*
Baths*
Lot Size
Additional Features
Comments
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General information on Coral Springs Florida

Coral Springs was officially chartered July 10, 1963. The City of Coral Springs, Florida is approximately 20 miles Northwest of Fort Lauderdale. The city has a total area of 23.93 square miles of which is land and 1.91 square miles of which is water.

The city of Coral Springs is a planned community. Prior to its incorporation July 1963, the area which is now Coral Springs was part of 20,000 acres lot of marshy lands bought by Henry “Bud” Lyons between 1911 and 1939. After several floods in 1947, Florida created the Central and Southern Florida Flood Control District (South Florida Water Management District). Canals and levees drained much of the area upon which Coral Springs was built. After the land was drained and cleared, most of the area was used as a bean farm. After Lyons death in 1952 his heirs changed the focus to cattle.

The City of Coral Springs is bordered by the cities of Parkland to the north, Coconut Creek to the east, Margate and North Lauderdale to the southeast and Tamarac to the south. To the west lies The Everglades.

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