When it comes to a fantastic real estate market, Tampa Bay can't be beat. Our recent buyer's market has made some significant changes in the way homebuyers shop, negotiate and buy their homes. Sellers today have gotten the message loud and clear and are consistently reducing their prices, offering more in the way of amenities, upgrades, closing costs, and flexibility. There are many foreclosures, short sales, and even bank owned properties to choose from. But, from a standpoint of getting the best deal in a new home, watch the market for those that claim to be motivated sellers. Motivated sellers are those that are in a position to "deal" on their home. There are many motivated sellers today - these are the people who have to sell.
Below is just a snap shot of a few of the motivated owners. Refresh your browser and you should see the choices change.
Diversity describes the Tampa Bay area in terms of lifestyle, families, couples, singles and even retirees. People of all ages choose Tampa Bay as their home because Tampa Bay complements every lifestyle. Our enthusiastic sports fans attend football, hockey, baseball and soccer games. We frequently play golf and tennis. For families with children, Busch Gardens and Adventure Island are popular theme parks - right in their own backyard.
The many museums, theaters and performing arts centers provide a rich cultural menu, and provide a homebase for the Florida Orchestra. Our museums range from the surrealist art at the Salvador Dali Museum in St. Petersburg to the technology of the Museum of Science and Industry in Tampa. For a lively evening filled with music and dancing with a Bourdon Street flavor, our younger crowd hits the streets of Ybor City. Looking for Tampa Real Estate, access this page.
For relaxation we all enjoy the Tampa Bay's many warm and sunny beaches.
Fort Desoto Park in St. Pete and Caladesi Island in Dunedin are consistently
ranked as two of the top ten beaches in the country. But, there's more to the
Tampa Bay area's outdoor appeal than just the beaches. Parks such as Fred
Howard Park in Tarpon Springs or Philippe Park in Safety Harbor are popular
picnic spots with views of Tampa Bay. The Pinellas Trail that spans from
St. Petersburg to Tarpon Springs is Tampa Bay's most popular linear park and
recreation trail where you will always find people biking, jogging, running and
walking - enjoying the great outdoors and the famous Florida sunshine.