Q: Where is Palm Aire?
A: Palm Aire is located just north of border between Fort Lauderdale and Pompano Beach. It spans from Powerline Road to Lyons Road and from Cypress Creek Road all the way to Atlantic Boulevard. It covers about 1,500 acres of land in the heart of South Florida. Palm Aire is 5 miles from the beach and it has easy access to both major highways, so you never have to drive long to get to where you want to be. Downtown Fort Lauderdale and the airport are less than a half an hour away. It takes just as long to get to Boca Raton or Sawgrass Mills in Sunrise.
Q: I know Palm Aire has 4 golf courses, am I required to "buy" into them?
A: No, Palm Aire is a public golf course. That means that any one can use them and that it is not owned and maintained using funds from the residents of Palm Aire. You can pay to play golf here once in awhile, or you can get a golf membership if you play often. Click here to see daily rates & memberships.
Q: Is Palm Aire a 55+ community?
A: ALL AGES ARE WELCOME! Although some believe believe that no part of Palm Aire Country Club excludes residents by age. Children are welcome as well.
Q: How much will I pay in property taxes?
A: Click the link to the Broward County's Property Appraiser Website which features a great tax estimator. http://www.bcpa.net/TaxCalc.asp
Q: What does the quarterly maintenance payment include?
A: Maintenance payments group the everyday cost of home ownership into one easy payment. They include: Cable TV, Trash, Water, Sewer, Pest Control, Heated Pool, Saunas, Building Insurance & Expenses, Elevator Operations, Landscaping, Common Areas, etc.
Several associations include reserves for Roofs, Painting, Paving, Plumbing, etc.
Q: How do I know what building numbers corresponding with their physical addresses?
A: By clicking the link below you can see which building numbers match their physical address.
Palm-Aire Building Addresses
Q: Does Palm Aire allow small pets?
A: Certain parts of Palm Aire do allow homeowners to have small domestic animals such as cats and dogs. Pets like birds, fish, and reptiles are permitted. Sections that allow dogs are: Cypress Reach, Royal Point, Cypress Grove, Misty Oaks, Vizcaya, & Fairview Pointe. There are no restrictions for any of the single family homes.
Q: How do the minimum mortgage amounts work?
A: Several condominium associations within Palm Aire require a minimum downpayment against a mortgage in order to get condo approval. Of the ones that do require it most of them want 20% down, some only want 10%.
The following buildings do not require a minimum downpayment - Buildings: 37, 52, 53, 60, 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 67, 68, 76, 79, 101, 102, 103, 104, 105, 111, 112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117, & Royal Point. (Subject to change, contact us for more information)
Q: Can I buy a condo and rent it right away?
A: Several condo associations do, although most buildings do not allow you to rent within the first 12 months of ownership. Contact us for a current list of buildings that allow immediate renting. Every building allows rentals after the first 12 months period.
Q: Are there other rental restrictions if I own?
A: Most of the buildings state that you can only rent (1) one time per year and (2) for a minimum of 90 days (120 days for Buildings 60-68).
Q: I want to rent in Palm Aire, what do I need to know?
A: Determine what kind of rental you are looking for. If you want a long term rental, please click here. If you want to lease a property for the winter months, click here.
Q: Are there restaurants, shopping, & movie theaters nearby?
A: Click here to view a map of restaurants and shopping in the nearby area. There are 5 great shopping malls with 20-25 minutes of Palm Aire, the Galleria in Fort Lauderdale, Boca Town Center, the Coral Springs Mall, Sawgrass Mills in Sunrise, and the Broward Mall in Plantation.