Archive for November 14, 2013
Florida is a magnet for tourists. Thousands of people flock to Disney World, Miami Beach, and Key West yearly for vacations. Others who buy property on the beach, spend the cold months basking in the sun for a few months and then head back up north. Investors also head south to work with commercial realtors to buy lucrative properties. One city that relies heavily on tourism is Fort Lauderdale. Dubbed the Venice of America, it boasts an intricate canal system that flanks the city and hosts more than 100 marinas. Visitors and residents take advantage of all the water by fishing, water skiing, scuba diving and eating at restaurants by the shore.
Even though the famed Miami Beach is with in an hours drive, many people find ample entertainment in Fort Lauderdale. Its history dates back to 1911, w