Plantation Homes for Sale

There are numerous Plantation 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 Plantation and throughout South Florida.

Automated Home Search

If you don't want to spend all day looking up Plantation houses for sale, you can sign up for my automated home search. By signing up, I will only only send you homes in Plantation 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.

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General information on Plantation Florida

With a population of less than 500 and a budget of $1,288, the City of Plantation was born on April 30, 1953. The residents of Plantation incorporated to provide control over building and to keep other cities from coming in and taking over their area.

The first Council Meeting was held on May 11, 1953 in an old feed warehouse near the intersection of East Acre Drive and Broward Boulevard. This site would be later used for the construction of the first City Hall, Fire Station and Police Department.

Ellsworth D. Gage was the first Mayor of the City of Plantation, Florida. According to the Homeowner's Association, the Association President would become the Mayor. The election method calls for the Mayor and two Council seats to be up for election, while the other three Council seats wait until two years after that election. The government was formed this way as to ensure that long range planning would be continuous. Elections are held on odd years; so that National, State and County elections are not in conflict.

Did you know that in the beginning, the elected officials did not have a salary?

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