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Why are so many Davis Islands families selling their older smaller houses to builders? One reason… the prices.

Posted on: September 22nd, 2023 by , 4 Comments

For a lot of Davis Islands families selling to a builder can be an easy way to get the most money out of a property without having to worry about repairs or updates. This can be especially true if you work with us at because our trusted local builders will also pay for things like commissions and closing costs. To help you understand the market… and ensure you’re getting

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What are lot and teardown prices in Ballast Point?

Posted on: August 29th, 2023 by , 17,728 Comments

Today, we are going to continue sharing comparable sales data for lots and teardowns in South Tampa in the Ballast Point Neighborhood, bordered by MacDill Ave to the West, Bayshore Blvd. to the East, Gandy Blvd. to the North, and MacDill Air Force Base to the South. This area features Ballast Point Park and is in the Ballast Point Elementary School District. We want you to know teardown prices in Ballast Point.

Lot and Teardown Comparables in Bel Mar, Bel Mar Gardens & Bel Mar Shores – South Tampa 33629 (2023)

Posted on: August 27th, 2023 by , 17,641 Comments

you’ll see closed sale prices to South Tampa Builders in both Bel Mar Gardens and Bel Mar Shores. For our purposes online, we are going to define Bel Mar Gardens as the area from Bayshore to Westshore, North of Euclid and South of Kensington, as well as all of Bel Mar Shores. These are neighborhoods where our builder partners are actively writing offers, closing on properties, and building new homes.

How much are teardowns selling for to builders in Gandy-Sun Bay South (East of Dale Mabry)? (Updated August 2023)

Posted on: August 23rd, 2023 by , 17,549 Comments

What are lot and teardown prices in Palma Ceia?

Posted on: August 22nd, 2023 by , 17,752 Comments

What are lot and teardown prices in Palma Ceia? (Updated through August 2023) If you’re hoping to sell a property to a South Tampa Builder it’s a good idea to research recent comparable sales in your neighborhood to make sure you’re getting a fair price. As a courtesy to future home sellers, we share recent comparable sales to South Tampa builders, to help you get a fair price for your property. Palma Ceia is one of

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Recent Sales – South Tampa Builders 33629

Posted on: August 21st, 2023 by , 922 Comments

Recent Sales to South Tampa Builders 33629 zip code. See what builders paying for teardowns and lots in South Tampa. Instant access. No registration. What are builders paying in South Tampa?

What are builders paying for lots in Virginia Park & Maryland Manor?

Posted on: July 31st, 2023 by , 17,553 Comments

What are builders paying for lots in Virginia Park & Maryland Manor? (Updated through August 2023) When we met Carol… it was after sending her cards and letters for over two years… one of our postcards caught her eye as it showed what builders were paying for lots in the Virginia Park neighborhood in South Tampa. Because she knew about the current state of the market, we were able to

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House Investors That Buy Houses for Cash in South Tampa

Posted on: February 17th, 2021 by , 17,845 Comments

What exactly are the benefits of house investors? Why is it becoming such a popular option? We’ll look at the pros and cons of selling to a home investor.

How Can We Buy Houses Help You?

Posted on: January 21st, 2021 by , 17,822 Comments

While we mainly deal with these types of situations, we buy houses under other circumstances as well. Whether repairs are voluntary or not, their costs can add up.

Recent Lot & Teardown Sales in Sunset Park

Posted on: August 1st, 2020 by , 17,598 Comments

Recent Lot & Teardown Sales in Sunset Park (Updated Through May 2020) Sunset Park is a beautiful neighborhood in South Tampa with around 3500 residents according to Wikipedia and several million dollar homes. If you’re thinking of selling your property in Sunset Park, you might want to factor in land value before you spend money on repairs and updates to an older, smaller home. No one wants to spend $50,000

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