Tampa Bay Named Hottest Real Estate Market For The Next Five Years

Dated: July 28 2016

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Money Magazine named Tampa Bay the Hottest Real Estate Market for the Next Five Years, for locals, that makes perfect sense. If you have never been to Tampa Bay, do yourself a favor and add it to your bucket-list! 

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If you are looking to buy, consider Tampa/St.Pete because the area has the highest growth forecast in the U.S. It is largely because prices are still recovering from the bust. If the five-year forecast is not persuasive enough, consider the other perks of Tampa Bay...

The City of Tampa is bustling with progressive entrepreneurs and investors. Leading this endeavor is the Tampa Bay Lightning owner, Jeff Vinik who has contributed over $2 billion in the redevelopment of Downtown Tampa. Starting next month, $35 million worth of infrastructure work will begin. This includes widening of the sidewalks and the extension of roads to adhere to additional street parking. 

Now, cross over the Howard Franklin and head to Downtown St. Pete, you will not be disappointed! Downtown St. Pete

Downtown St. Petersburg has experienced an astonishing makeover that turned dead streets into vibrant avenues of bustling outdoor cafes, boutique hotels, restaurants, art galleries and storefronts under residential lofts and alongside condominium towers with stunning waterfront views.

St. Pete is second-to-none when it comes to location. Why, you ask... This is why:                 

  • Charming beach communities of low-rise condominiums and townhouses

  • Single-family homes lining the Gulf canals

  • Lakefront multi-family developments

  • St. Petersburg has plenty of waterfront land to enjoy


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