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Tampa city is the seat of Hillsborough co., W Fla., a port entry on Tampa Bay. It was incorporated in 1855. It is the third largest city in the state. Tampa has been a shipping and manufacturing hub on the gulf coast for a long time. It is having booming cigar industry, breweries and seafood and citrus-packing houses. Its port is one of the biggest in the United States, with phosphate docks and elevators.

Tampa is Florida's 3rd highly populous city and its main treasure is its diversity. The city today combines the components of the Italian, Indian, Cuban and African American cultures that contemplates its historical development and give Tampa a cosmopolitan style. Its warm, shiny weather, Gulf Coast location, abundant labor supply and spirit of co-operation between the public and private sectors have made it s very reliable choice for industries and companies wishing to expand or relocate. The inflow of fresh businesses and residents has in turn revitalized the city, flaring a multi-billion-dollar construction and renovation boom that binds the best of old Tampa with dynamic modern structures to better serve the growth of the community. Tampa is proud of its achievements and very excited about the future.

Subtropical climate at Tampa with a threat of frost about once every 2-3 years. High temperatures usually ranges between 65 to 95 degree F and low temperature rarely goes below 32 degree F. These rare freezes are an tremendous threat to agriculture and aquaculture. Fog is also an occasional problem in winters and spring. Temperatures are hot from May through October, which combines with rainy season. The summer days have shiny all around with 90 o F and high humidity. The summer nighttime temperature sinks to 75 degree F, while other times of the year the temperatures are mild with rich sun shine.

ECONOMY: Like other cities of Florida, Tampa's economy is to a great extent based on services and tourism. The area gets huge net inflow of cash into the area. Almost all wealthy people owns winter houses here, and the upscale Tampa Palms neighborhood is a preferred destination for retired professional athletes. Numerous corporations such as large banks and telecommunications companies, maintain regional offices in Tampa.

The downtown area is also undergoing a drastic transformation to be mostly completed in time for hosting the Super Bowl in 2009 with over 43 condo, hotel and mixed-use developments proposed/ under construction as on October 2005. An earlier list by the Tampa city involves large developments that have been sanctioned and are under construction. The up coming tower, currently under construction in the central business district is the Trump tower Tampa, the biggest residential tower on the Gulf coast according to the Tampa Bay Business Journal.

Real Estate: During 2006, the Tampa Bay area has experienced a particular change from a red hot sellers market and into a more normal real estate market with some great opportunities for buyers and investors. This area is continuously attracting large number of families and professionals. Tampa's median sales price increased by 3% from $229,000 to $235,000. Most of this growth happened during the summer and autumn of 2005 and in most areas prices have stabilized and in some instances have even started to fall when compared with the end of 2005. Tampa is still affordable compared to other metropolitan areas in Florida. The state median price is $242,500.

New constructions continues to explore and home buyers have large choice from waterfront to golf club, equestrian and urban communities.

The housing in Tampa varies from High Rise Penthouses overlooking the Bay to single storey villas in quaint South Tampa. The opportunities in this city are incredible.

Available ZIP Codes: 33510, 33511, 33549, 33569, 33614, 33618, 33625, 33635, 33647

CITY ATTRACTIONS: Here, a single day's itinerary might include breakfast at a waterside cafe, Busch Gardens, The Florida Aquarium, a streetcar ride to Channelside for shopping, and a Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Devil Rays, or Lightning game. Then on to historic city where the Cuban sandwiches are hot and crisp, the cigars are hand-rolled, and the colorful streets are lined with fun. White, sugar sand beaches, sport fishing, jet skiing, para-sailing, boating and the most succulent seafood under the sun. In February you can join the local party as rowdy swashbucklers invade Tampa for the Annual Gasparilla Pirate Festival.

It has great year around weather, Sandy beaches, golf, College and professional sports, the largest Performing Arts Center in the southeast. Great schools, Low taxes, a ideal place to live, work and enjoy.

In Tampa, new homes, existing homes, homes with acreage, homes on freshwater lakes are all available in the suburb of Tampa, Florida. There are large number of families who are moving into these areas. There are many new neighborhoods that are upcoming to provide the community clubhouses, nature trails, volleyball and basketball courts, pools, etc. Our area has two very active athletic associations for the kids that allow opportunities for cheerleading, soccer, baseball, football, lacrosse, swimming and much more. Families find all that they need in our community to keep their children active.

 

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