Chapel Trail Real Estate

Chapel Trail is a community located in western Pembroke Pines consisting of 3,676 units.  Within the overall community, there are 17 smaller communities (sub-associations) ranging in size from 83 to 500 units.  The first homes were built in the late 1980’s, with build out in the late 1990’s. The Chapel Trail development is comprised of a variety of beautiful residences in all styles, sizes and configurations ranging from 1,200sf to almost 4,000sf.

There are over 100 acres of well landscaped green space throughout the community.  In addition, just north of part of the community is the Chapel Trail Nature Preserve, a 450-acre federally protected wetlands area which was set aside as part of the overall development.  The City of Pembroke Pines oversees this 450-acre passive park that was established in the 1990s. The wetlands have become home to 120 species of birds, deer, marsh rabbits, alligators, snakes, turtles, large mouth bass, and insects. This nature preserve includes a 1,650-foot long boardwalk and a pavilion for observation.

Adjacent to and within the community are city and county facilities:  Rose Price ParkChapel Trail Park, Chapel Trail Elementary school, Silver Trail Middle School and West Broward High School.


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3 Questions to ask when hiring a family member as your real estate agent

3 Questions to ask when hiring a family member as your real estate agent

f you have a friend or family member involved in real estate you probably are encouraged to call them for any of your real estate needs. This is not uncommon. Real estate agents aren’t trying to be pushy, but many of them are encouraged to sell as much as possible and they are told to focus on the people they know, friends and family first, because they can be some of their first, or best, clients.

Home Inspection: You have your home inspection report. Now what?

Home Inspection: You have your home inspection report. Now what?

Most would-be buyers and sellers believe the real estate “deal” is negotiated at the signing of the contract.  In many cases, the deal-making and negotiations only start at the contract signing. Even in more competitive real estate markets, negotiations still happen once in escrow.  Issues typically arise after the home inspection, and those issues tend to result in another round of negotiations for credits or fixes.

Chapel Trail Real Estatelast updated: 2018-03-16T23:44:12+00:00 da sean@f2realty.com
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