Deborah Anderson

Deborah Anderson has been working with South Florida’s most discerning real estate clientele for more than 25 years.


Originally from New Jersey, Deborah spent her college years at the University of Miami before returning to New Jersey where she began her real estate career in 1985. Quickly realizing a passion for the industry and her clients, Deborah earned accolades as Rookie of the Year just one year after entering the profession and never looked back. Numerous awards and recognitions later, she was named a Top Producer in her field.


Returning to South Florida in 1995, Deborah earned her Florida Brokers license and began building on her already successful career. By 2006, Deborah’s professional efforts led to an invitation to be a member of the Broward and Palm Beach County chapters of the Master Brokers Forum, an elite, invitation-only organization that recognizes Top Producers who uphold the industry’s highest level of ethical standards. As an advisory board member for more than 12 years, she works to further educational, charitable and networking initiatives across the real estate spectrum.


Today, Deborah specializes in the single-family homes, condominiums and new construction developments across Palm Beach and Broward Counties. She is deeply passionate about her community and enjoys giving back and has been an active volunteer with many charitable organizations throughout the years. Relocation certified, Deborah is a Fine Home specialist who prides herself on working seamlessly with clients from around the world.

Why Choose a Realtor When Purchasing New Construction?

Are you considering purchasing a new home? Purchasing new construction is usually more complicated and intimidating than buying a resale home. It is important with a new-home purchase that a buyer hire a real estate agent to represent them in this process. This agent should be a local expert and have experience with newly constructed homes. Builder contracts and the building process is different from what most real estate agents deal with daily, so having new construction experience is important.

As a real estate agent who specializes in an area with a lot of new construction, buyers ask me all the time if they can use a real estate agent when they are purchasing new construction. The answer is yes.

Coldwell Banker

Coldwell BankerĀ® was founded in 1906 when Colbert Coldwell, a young real estate sales associate, observed families trying to piece their lives together following the disastrous San Francisco earthquake.
Disapproving of sales associates who acquired property from vulnerable sellers and then resold it at huge profits, and seeing a need for honest, knowledgeable real estate professionals, he formed his own company.

Coldwell Banker has entered its second century in real estate and continues to offer clients a level of service and resources of which Colbert Coldwell and his partner Benjamin Banker would be proud