Property Details for 7816 N 53rd St

Property Details for 7816 N 53rd St

7816 N 53rd St, Tampa, FL 33617 7816 N 53rd St, Tampa, FL 33617 Stunning turn-key renovation that will wow you from the moment you walk in. This 3 bedroom, 2 and a half bath home offers an open floor plan with a spacious family room and a modern, updated kitchen with granite counter tops…

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Additional Information About 7614 Desoto Ct, Tampa, FL 33615

Additional Information About 7614 Desoto Ct, Tampa, FL 33615

7614 Desoto Ct, Tampa, FL 33615 7614 Desoto Ct, Tampa, FL 33615 Lot Size Square Feet: 1555 *School data provided by National Center for Education Statistics, Pitney Bowes, and GreatSchools. Intended for reference only. GreatSchools Ratings compare a school’s test performance to statewide results. To verify enrollment eligibility, contact the school or district directly. Source…

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Public housing residents could see rent increase

Public housing residents could see rent increase

Residents at Bay Ceia Apartments may be affected if current proposals being considered by the Department of Housing and Urban Development are approved. (Dave Jordan, staff) SHARE TAMPA, Fla. — The federal government is proposing changes to subsidized housing that could lead to rent increases for low-income residents. New HUD proposals contain up to 5%…

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Looking at Florida, Fifth Third Bank CEO is ‘cautiously optimistic’

Looking at Florida, Fifth Third Bank CEO is ‘cautiously optimistic’

Fifth Third Bank CEO Greg Carmichael TAMPA — Economic recoveries historically last six to eight years, so when one stretches to nine, as is happening now, it’s an adventure into new territory. But looking at the U.S. economy as a whole and Florida in particular, it’s not a landscape that unnerves Fifth Third Bank CEO…

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Tampa, FL 33619

Tampa, FL 33619

Patio And Porch Features: Deck, Patio, Porch Lot Features: Street Paved Lot Size Square Feet: 7500 *School data provided by National Center for Education Statistics, Pitney Bowes, and GreatSchools. Intended for reference only. GreatSchools Ratings compare a school’s test performance to statewide results. To verify enrollment eligibility, contact the school or district directly. Year Taxes…

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Sponsored content: Top-producing real estate pro offers tips for sellers choosing an agent

Sponsored content: Top-producing real estate pro offers tips for sellers choosing an agent

In most cases, a person’s home is their largest single asset, yet when it comes time to sell, many neglect the basics of selecting the right real estate agent. It’s astounding, says Nancy Leslie of RE/MAX Realtec Goup, an award-winning agent and consistent top performer in sales in the state of Florida. "It’s amazing how…

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Robbers cut woman’s throat after following her to apartment from Applebee’s: deputies

Robbers cut woman’s throat after following her to apartment from Applebee’s: deputies

ZEPHYRHILLS, Fla. – Two robbers followed a woman out of a Florida Applebee’s, then cut her throat and stole her purse, according to the Pasco County Sheriff’s Office. The victim had been hanging out at the Wesley Chapel restaurant bar for about three hours when she decided to go to a friend’s house around 2:30…

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Two judges rap foreclosure attorney Mark Stopa in start of Florida Bar case

Two judges rap foreclosure attorney Mark Stopa in start of Florida Bar case

Foreclosure attorney Mark Stopa, left, discusses his case with defense attorney Donald Smith while attending a hearing on Monday before Pinellas Judge Linda Allen at the Pinellas County Courthouse in downtown Clearwater. [DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times] CLEARWATER — Local foreclosure defense attorney Mark Stopa acted "rude," "belligerent" and "unstable," to the point that two…

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35,000 apartments in the works in Tampa

35,000 apartments in the works in Tampa

Despite the seemingly constant development of new multifamily rental product in the Tampa area since the official end of the economic recession in 2011, the market may just be warming up. In a winter 2018 report entitled “Tampa Bay’s Apartment Boom,” California-based commercial real estate research firm Yardi Systems Inc. notes 7,500 new apartments are…

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