Archive for August, 2012

mosquito control for Tampa Florida

Wednesday, August 29th, 2012

The last few months we have seen more mosquitos in our neighborhoods.  If you feel there are to many mosquitos in your yard, call Hillsborough County Public Works cusotmer service at 813-635-5400 or go to their website to request them to come to your address for mosquito contol.

Very low mortgage interest rates, Tampa

Sunday, August 26th, 2012

Today’s low interest rate will not last forever! A 1% increase in interest rates would mean a 10% increase in your monthly payment. Now is the time to buy a home before rates go up.  Click here to check the latest mortgage interest rates.

Ballast Point Park, Tampa Florida

Tuesday, August 21st, 2012

Ballast Point Park near the pier in South Tampa in the neighborhood off  Bayshore and Interbay was recently renovated to make the park more family friendly.  The renovations to the Ballast Point Park include a new water play area, new playground equipment, additional parking and covered picnic areas.

Home Inspector, Tampa Florida

Saturday, August 18th, 2012

If you are about to buy a house and you would like a home inspector that is very thorough, call Dean Currie (813) 928-1010  I have recommended to dozens of my customers and they have been very happy.  He is local to South Tampa.  He has many years of experience and has completed hundreds of inspections.

July ’12 Tampa home sale statistics

Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

The latest home sales activity in the Tampa Bay area just came hot off the press.   Click here to view.   The number of homes for sale has been declining for over 21 months.  The number of buyers has been trending up for about 2 years.   The average sales price is beginning  to creep up.

Tampa local road closings during Republican Convention

Friday, August 10th, 2012

ABC Action News had on their website information regarding road closures during the Republican Convention in Tampa. Check here for frequently asked questions about the Republican National Convention and it’s impact on traffic in Tampa and St. Petersburg.