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What Bert Has To Say About Miami-Fort Lauderdale-West Palm Beach Metro Area

Miami has always been the commercial and cultural center for Florida and the nearby Caribbean, but in the past 30 years it has emerged as a world-class international hub and a gateway for all of Latin America. In many ways it serves as the central logistical and cultural hub of the entire Western Hemisphere. The inevitable result is a diverse and invigorating Latin culture superimposed upon what was already a major commercial, resort, and retirement area dating back to the 1920’s. Many think of it as a tourist center, but import/export and international financial trade with Latin countries make up a far larger part of the economy. These activities bring a large banking industry as well as cargo transport and warehousing; the manufacturing and corporate headquarters rosters are also growing. The city is busy- in many ways stressful- and the mix of cultures, heat, and poverty has occasionally boiled over into ethnic and civil strife. But the city is fun and undeniably alive.

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Quick Facts About Pembroke Pines

    The unemployment rate in Pembroke Pines is 4.30 percent(U.S. avg. is 5.20%). Recent job growth is Positive. Pembroke Pines jobs have Increased by 1.23 percent.
    Compared to the rest of the country, Pembroke Pines's cost of living is 17.70% Higher than the U.S. average.
    As of 2014, Pembroke Pines's population is 166,611 people. Since 2000, it has had a population growth of 154.55 percent.
    Average Commute time is 30 minutes. The National Average is 26 minutes.
    The median home cost in Pembroke Pines is $263,500. Home appreciation the last year has been -5.59 percent.
    Pembroke Pines public schools spend $9,109 per student. The average school expenditure in the U.S. is $12,383. There are about 17.3 students per teacher in Pembroke Pines.

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Pembroke Pines, FL
Pembroke Pines is a decent place to live. Unlike much of South Florida, it has no serious traffic and overpopulation problems. It has relatively low housing costs, no... (read more)
Way overpriced
We have lived in Hollywood since 1999. Housing has gone through th roof since they built the Hollwood Hard Rock. However, it still has that small town feel. Traffic... (read more)
Quality of life in South Florida (Dade and Broward
Housing is through the roof. First time buyer for homes will have to settle on an apartment. High taxes and insurance both on homes and vehicles. Traffic is highly... (read more)
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