Job Growth in the Bay Area is Strong and Growing Even Stronger!

Dated: September 27 2018

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Job growth in an area is a sure way of boosting this real estate market for both residential and commercial properties. Tampa real estate market has also experienced a similar growth in requirement and demand of single family homes since more people are moving to this flourishing metropolitan area for jobs and the “good life”. The influx of people into Tampa is especially occasioned by the fact that it is one of the fastest growing job hubs in the country.

As we start to benefit from the economy, job growth, new companies moving operations into the area and a big time relocation influx in our market ; things are really looking up. Better jobs and more income add up to bigger homes (higher price tags) and more expendable income.

As prices continue to climb and interest rates creeping up; now is the time to make a move! If you are thinking of buying or selling a home please consider me. Pick up the phone and call Roxanne at 813. 361.7680. Being the recipient of a referral is the  highest compliment.


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Roxanne Marchetta

As a Tampa native, I am knowledgeable in my areas of concentration as well as the ever-changing real estate market. As a Tampa Realtor I specialize in the areas of South Tampa, Carrollwood, New Tampa,....

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