For half a decade, Gibson Group Management has helped property owners across the world attract tenants, streamline operations, and maximize their return on investment. Every home that comes under our guidance receives our undivided attention and care. Whether it’s lease drafting, maintenance, or cost control, we’ll work with you every step of the way to achieve mutual success.
We founded Gibson Group Management for one purpose: to help property owners and tenants achieve their goals. We do this by carefully listening to our clients’ needs and crafting detailed solutions around them. We’ve helped clients from Canada to the Middle East, and we’re ready to help you.
From protecting your rights to maximizing revenue, Gibson Group Management adapts to your needs.
Our goal is to provide you with the best service and manage your properties efficiently and effectively. Our team has invested in a complete and modern software solution, AppFolio Property Manager. We are excited to share several of the new capabilities and how they will benefit you.
In the early origins of Fort Lauderdale, the area was occupied by the Tequesta Indians which enjoyed the abundant resources of the land. The city of Fort Lauderdale was named after a “Fort” that was built in what is today Sailboat Bend by Major William Lauderdale to fight the Seminole Indians in 1833. Shortly after the war ended with the native Indians, residents of the area remained relatively secluded due to the lack of transportation. Fort Lauderdale was incorporated in 1911 and with the new railroad system in place, the transportation from South Florida to the north part of the country improved dramatically.
The 20s and 30s was a turbulent time for the city of Fort Lauderdale with multiple hurricanes hitting the area, the Great Depression and the war. However, the city scenery was about to change short after with new developments starting to appear and spring breakers choosing South Florida as their prime destination for vacationing. Shortly after, the area boomed in construction and prominent waterfront properties. The mangrove infested area was now a thriving and desirable spot for residents of the northern states and other countries. The extensive waterway system of Fort Lauderdale gave it the name of “Venice of America” making the city the perfect location for boaters with over 100 marinas and easy ocean access from many points of the city.
There is really not one exclusive architectural look to Fort Lauderdale. Real estate varies from high-rise new condominiums on the beach to low-rise condos, and from a two story mega mansions to 700 square feet single family home still original from the 50s. The variety and diversity of real estate and residents make Fort Lauderdale perfect for everybody.
Fort Lauderdale is also known for the extremely active life. It’s a place of gathering for all ages. A must visit place.
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