We provide appraisal services to Broward County, including all neighborhoods in Sunrise.
Establish in 2005, Empire Appraisal Group, Inc., is Broward County’s leading residential appraisal company as a result of their accurate and reliable appraisals, excellent customer service, and quick turn times. When working with an appraiser, integrity and professionalism are essential, and Empire Appraisal Group has a well-established reputation for providing the best appraisal experience. Daniel Lindeman, the Chief Appraiser, is considered one of the top property appraisers in Florida, with nearly 15 years of expertise and 7,000+ appraisals to his credit.
In addition, to homes of all shapes and sizes, we also appraise condos, multifamily homes, vacant land, as well as specialty properties. No job is too big or too small, from manufactured homes to mansions.
Call Empire Appraisal Group directly with any questions concerning your real estate values at 561-441-9298. Also, check out our ‘Reviews’ page and see what others are saying about Daniel Lindeman and Empire Appraisal Group, Inc.
The following information is taken from the first published data series from Census 2010. These data were obtained by a survey of all households in the City of Sunrise, conducted in March 2010 by the U.S. Census Bureau.
- In 2010, the City of Sunrise had a total population of 84,439.
- Sunrise ranked as the ninth-largest City in Broward County.
- Census 2010 showed a slight population decline of 1.6% – or 1,340 residents – since Census 2000.Ethnicity
- In 2010, the City had a minority-majority population: 37% of residents (31,016) are white non-Hispanic.
- 31% of residents (25,950) are black non-Hispanic, including African-Americans and persons of Caribbean descent.
- 25% of residents (21,621) are Hispanic.Age
- 22% of residents (18,879) are under 18 years of age. The remainder of residents(65,560) are 18 or older.Housing
- In 2010, there were 33,438 households (including families and persons living alone) in Sunrise, and 37,609 single- and multi-family housing units.
- The number of occupied units increased slightly between 2000 and 2010, suggesting a decrease in average household size.