Tampa Bay’s Tourist Attraction is a Big Hit!

Dated: 10/09/2018

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There are a number of nature parks, landmarks, museums, and eateries for tourists to visit in Tampa. Tourist influx also means increase in short term residential contracts, which is a selling point of Tampa real estate market in 2018. Main tourist attractions include Big Cat Rescue, Busch Gardens Florida, Eureka Springs Park, Florida Aquarium, Ybor’s Baseball Museum as well as the Ybor City Historical Society, Centro Ybor, Children’s Museum, Straz Center, and Tampa-Bay History Center among many others. Growing tourism has a tremendous positive effect on the real estate in Tampa FL, actually too many to mention. Something for everyone awaits you !

We have it all in Tampa and it’s no wonder that many want to call it home. If you are looking for a primary home or perhaps a second home or condo in the area, please give me a call at 813. 361. 7680.

Roxanne Marchetta 

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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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