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Seeking advice/opinions from locals in Tampa...if you had money to invest in a residential property where would you purchase?  Which area within Tampa is the best up & coming area with future development in the works?  What is the best bang for your investment buck?

Thank you,

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Seminole Heights. But you may have already missed the boat.

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3 hours ago, BullFan98 said:

Seeking advice/opinions from locals in Tampa...if you had money to invest in a residential property where would you purchase?  Which area within Tampa is the best up & coming area with future development in the works?  What is the best bang for your investment buck?

Thank you,

Tampa specifically, or the greater Tampa Bay area?

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5 minutes ago, Apis Bull said:

Tampa specifically, or the greater Tampa Bay area?

Tampa specifically, thank you.

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7 minutes ago, BullFan98 said:

Tampa specifically, thank you.

Seminole Heights, Davis Island, West Shore area.  South Tampa in general is a better investment than the burbs

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Seminole Heights...is that where Ulele is located?  Which by the way was fantastic.

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12 minutes ago, BullFan98 said:

Seminole Heights...is that where Ulele is located?  Which by the way was fantastic.

Eh not really.  Seminole heights is a little north.  Its centered around the areas between Sligh and MLK along Florida and Nebraska. 

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1 hour ago, BullFan98 said:

Seminole Heights...is that where Ulele is located?  Which by the way was fantastic.

That's Tampa Heights

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West shore area is really nice in my opinion. As for investment returns or market stability, no idea.

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