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David Weekley Homes is now building in FishHawk Ranch Garden District Manors! In this Hillsborough community SE of Tampa, you’ll enjoy David Weekley homes on 85’ homesites that have it all – luxurious amenities and the latest energy-efficient building techniques within a distinct urban-living a...
Open House Touches To Make Things Happen! When you are getting near to zero hour for your first open house in FishHawk, you should know some of the simple moves homeowners can make to help ensure success. Here are three of them -- three ways you can approach your area open house to make sure it’s...
A Tampa Area Short Sale Can Aid the Seller, Too A Tampa area short sale represents real value for the homebuyer, of course. But to some extent, it is also a boon to the seller. Being able to unload a property that’s underwater helps avoid the most dire credit consequences of a Tampa foreclosure. ...
The Weather Channel has nothing to do with it. What’s happening up in the ski resorts, likewise. The ‘snowball effect’ being discussed in print and on TV won’t soften anytime soon (even if the groundhog was right about winter being over)... This is an economic snowball -- one that’s gathering mom...
National Association of Realtors®: Lobbyists You Can Like The sun rises in the east and, almost as dependably, someone in Congress comes up with the bright idea of chipping away at the mortgage interest rate deduction. Think of all that money Washington could spend!The National Association of Re...
Home Prices Predictions Who doesn’t want to know what will happen in the future? That’s a very small group, for sure, since good planning is a cornerstone of good management -- for households as well as for organizations of every kind. So, whenever Tampa Bay homeowners see headlines like “Home Pr...