Fort Lauderdale, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/12/2013 -- South Florida real estate group DeBianchi Real Estate has launched a new interactive map feature on its official website at DebianchiRealEstate.com. The innovative Fort Lauderdale Area Map displays all of the major communities that comprise the fast-growing metropolitan area.
Neighborhoods are identified by simple icons denoting their name, and are also listed in a left-hand sidebar. Many of the region’s most affluent areas are represented, including Bay Colony, Las Olas Isles, Wilton Manors, Victoria Park, and over a dozen more. Their selection reflects DeBianchi Real Estate’s express commitment to providing high-quality properties, as well as to the popularity of these communities, which were specifically chosen for their desirability and high-demand.
Clicking on a community icon allows users to access a dedicated page describing said community’s location, features, property types, and other important details. Users will also be able to access a list of properties that are currently available; the listing is regularly-maintained and kept up-to-date to account for new properties, price changes, and the like.
Overall, the unique feature is intended to maximize efficiency and allow homebuyers – many of whom are from outside the area – to have a clear understanding of the location and background of these communities. Such an approach is indicative of DeBianchi Real Estate’s emphasis on utilizing the internet and other advanced technologies in the provision of its services.
DeBianchi Real Estate was founded by Samantha “Sam” DeBianchi, a prominent realtor with a background in hospitality and a noted enthusiasm for real estate and client engagement. She is a major source on Fort Lauderdale Real Estate and has subsequently been featured in media outlets such as Forbes, FOX News, FOX Business, AOL, and Yahoo.
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