Damiana Mendes Ponce is a licensed ReMax Real Estate agent in South Florida, servicing the Broward and Palm Beach County areas. With a wide selection of Single family homes, condos, townhomes and new construction in the area, at a variety of prices ranges, we have the local knowledge and industry expertise to effectively negotiate the terms that matter to you most.
With my many years’ experience in this area and industry I understand the demands and challenges homeowners and buyers face in the local real estate market, and this is why we pride ourselves on not just finding our clients houses, but we find them "Homes!"
Why leave what is one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make to a less experienced and knowledgeable professional?
PALM BEACH COUNTY
Real estate in Palm Beach county covers a wide variety of home styles and price points, making it a great choice for any home buyer. From luxury homes in West Boca, to waterfront single family homes in Delray Beach, there is something for everyone. Depending on where you settle, you could be right downtown, next to a popular community park or near top-rated schools.
The picturesque coastal city of Boca Raton is located approximately 25 minutes from Fort Lauderdale. Incorporated in 1935, Boca Raton real estate owners get to enjoy an excess of entertainment, fine dining, environmental complexes and sports.
This upscale, waterfront community has become a cultural hotspot for southern Palm Beach County and is known for its Museum of Art, Mizner Park and Town Center at Boca Raton shopping mall.
West Palm Beach, FL is a city in Palm Beach County offering a variety of real estate for sale including upscale condominiums, waterfront homes, oceanfront villas, and downtown lofts.
The city was originally founded in 1894 by Henry Flagler, making West Palm Beach one of the oldest and most populous cities in Palm Beach County. The city's scenic waterfront areas, shopping destinations, sunny palm tree lined streets, and year-round outdoor festivals all contribute to the opulent lifestyle that it's residents and visitors enjoy.
WEST PALM BEACH
The second most populated county in the state, Broward County has a wide variety of excellent destinations for the discerning buyer. The main attraction to the area will always be the miles and miles of beautiful beaches, and the area has many tropical homes. The entire area is a taste of paradise, from the gorgeous beaches to the yacht-filled waterways and world-class golf courses, and is one of the premier destinations in the country.
The peaceful city of Parkland is in a league of its own. Residing north of Coral Springs, Parkland real estate owners live here because of its prime location and amenities.
Though the city has all the conveniences of the Fort Lauderdale metropolitan area, Parkland is a quiet area with acreage, equestrian trails, estate homes and golf courses. The city also offers numerous social organizations that plan many recreational and cultural events.
Beautiful Coral Springs is located in the heart of northwestern Broward County. A 20-minute drive from Fort Lauderdale (home to the second most popular cruise port in the world), it is no wonder Coral Springs real estate is a hot commodity.
With richly designed neighborhoods, residents have a variety of townhomes, single-family and estate homes to consider. Its diverse amenities, shopping and dining make Coral Springs one of Broward’s hidden gem.
Coconut Creek real estate owners are proud to live in the “Butterfly Capital of the World.” Located 15 minutes from Fort Lauderdale and 30 minutes from Miami, this picturesque city is comprised of parks, waterways and perfectly landscaped neighborhoods.
Originally farmland, Coconut Creek real estate boomed when it became a city in 1967. With popular destination points including Butterfly World and Tradewinds Park, Coconut Creek is the perfect place to call home.
To experience South Florida's beaches without encountering large crowds, try Deerfield Beach.
The city’s award-winning "Blue Wave" beach earned that designation from the Clean Beach Council, based on its excellent water quality, beach conditions, safety services, public information and habitat conservation policies.
Fort Lauderdale is a popular destination, with an average year-round temperature of 75.5 °F and 3,000 hours of sunshine per year. It's famous for its beaches, arts, culture and events.
Just two miles north of Port Everglades, you can experience a landscaped beachfront promenade, with its signature white wave wall and brick paved path.