This 6-Bedroom, 3-bath home is in Concord Station in Land O Lakes. It is on one of the nicest lots we have seen! The home was built in 2013 with 3889 square feet.
(Concord Station, Land O Lakes) – This Land O Lakes home is situated on a gorgeous nature preserve area with absolute privacy in desirable Concord Station in Pasco County. There are no neighbors behind you but the fabulous wildlife that call your backyard home! Be h first to see it. This Listing is coming soon. […]
(Lutz, FL) – This Lutz Lakefront property has an enduring quality that captivates you as you stand at the lakes edge and enjoy the beauty that once was the beginning of the history of “Old Florida” and the Tampa Bay area. This 10.5 acre site is for sale and ready to build your dream home! […]
A Florida Sinkhole Tragedy in Land O Lakes This past week a massive sinkhole opened up in a Land O Lakes community. Our hearts go out to the families impacted which include those homes immediately affected but also the neighbors and the community at large. As a local Real Estate Agent, I am thinking today […]
Experts have been predicting an above normal Hurricane season in 2017. Are you ready? There have already been several named storms and there are bound to be many more. In Florida, and in particular, the Tampa Bay area, it is important to put a personal disaster plan together. Be ready when there is a weather emergency declared. Here are some tips that will help you with the Hurricane Planning.
The latest research shows over 90% of all buyers are now making their first connection with your home online. This makes it increasingly necessary to make sure YOUR photos stand out online and leave an impression on “would be buyers.” Staging is a critical part of this process. Carefully placed bursts of color, focal points in each room, and making the old new again will automatically make your home photos more visually appealing. Realtor.com says, “Homes sell 30 to 85% more quickly and for more money when they are staged.”
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting an above-normal 2017 Hurricane Season with five to nine hurricanes (minimum 74 mph winds), of which two to four will be Category 3 or stronger (minimum 111 mph winds). The forecast calls for a total of 11 to 17 tropical systems (minimum 39 mph winds).