Fort Lauderhill real estate agent Sarah Johnson says she is currently working out of the main office building in the Fort Lauderhall area.
“The building was designed for the area,” she told Business Insider UK.
“We’ve had it for about 15 years, so it’s been very busy.”
“It’s always a great place to be because it’s a nice quiet residential area.”
The property was bought by the property developer in 2009 and is being used as a base for its real estate brokerage and agent.
“It really does feel like the future of Fort Lauder Hill,” said Johnson.
The building has been on the market for a couple of years now, and now Johnson is working on the best prices for the property.
“We’re doing the best we can to try and keep it as low as possible,” she said.
“I would say somewhere around £500,000-£600,000 a year for the space, so if we’re looking at selling it now it might be a bit more like that.”
The building’s main office is located on the fourth floor, and Johnson is busy at work.
“This is where we are at right now and it’s the best office space we have in the city.”
The company has a range of residential properties in the area, including a detached house for £250,000.
“There’s a lot of apartments in the surrounding area and we’ve been looking for some new properties,” she explained.
“So far we’ve found a couple in the £400,000s, and we’re also looking for a small apartment in the region for £150,000.”
There are currently seven properties in Fort Lauder, which has a population of about 4,200.
The property agent said she would like to have more properties in town, but she believes it will take a long time before that happens.
“You don’t need a lot, but if you want a place that’s nice and modern, you need to have that, because it is the only one that’s got the parking there,” she continued.
“But I would love to see a lot more.”
That’s the biggest thing for me right now is to get the building up and running, because there’s lots of work to do.
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