Tampa Bay offers a wide variety of housing types to satisfy all lifestyles. Housing types include villages, All American subdivisions, loft apartments / condominiums, Gulf front high rises and beachfront homes, small town within a large metropolis, historic districts, and others.

Villages: Live in a village and walk the brick streets to shoppes & boutiques, coffee houses, restaurants, and bars. Some of these include West Park Village in Westchase, Long Leaf, Fishhawk, Hyde Park, Soho, Trinity, Baywalk, & Channelside.

Live in a village and walk the brick sidewalks to shoppes, boutiques, restaurants and bars. Great for night life as well. These villages include Westchase (West Park Village), Hyde Park, Soho in South Tampa, and Beach Walk in St. Petersburg.

Small Town: Although we live in a metropolis of four (4) million people, we can live in a small town within Tampa Bay. These small towns include Safety Harbor, Dunedin, Davis Islands, New Port Richey, Plant City, & Dade City.

Subdivisions: There are many subdivisons throughout Tampa Bay, some gated, many enclosed by a subdivision wall, and of course golf course communitites. Price ranges from the low $100,000’s to the low $1,000,000’s.

Acreage / Equestrian: If you don’t want to see your neighbors and enjoy your space, or raise horses, you may want to consider an estate home. Estate properties can be found in Odessa, Lutz, Tarpon Springs, Plant City, Riverview / Gibsonton, & Brooksville.

Golf Course Subdivisions: Enjoy the golf course view in your own back yard. Some of these communities include Cheval, Tampa Palms, Hunters Green, Lansbrook, East Lake Woodlands, Feather Sound, Countryside, Avila, Bardmoor / Bayou Club, Belleair, Bloomingdale, Buckhorn, Sun City Center, Carrollwood, Champions Club, Vinoy Renaissance / Snell Isle, Crescent Oaks, Heritage Harbor, Heritage Isles, Heritage Springs, Innisbrook, Lake Jovita, Lakewood Estates, Lexington Oaks, Nine Eagles, Palma Ceia, Plantation Palms, River Hills, Saddlebrook, Westchase, & Wentworth.

Gulf Front Communities: Tampa Bay is known for our beaches… some rated the best in the county. Both single family homes and condominiums are available. These beach communities include St. Petersburg Beach, Treasure Island, Madeira Beach, Redington Beach and North Redington Beach, Indian Rocks Beach and Indian Shores, Belleair Beach, Sand Key, Clearwater Beach, Crystal Beach, and Tarpon Springs.

Boating / Waterfront: The Intracoastal Waterway, Tampa Bay, & Hillsborough Bay offer direct access to the Gulf of Mexico. Many canals are deep enough to accommodate sail boats. This also includes Davis Islands in Tampa.

Lofts: Contemporary lofts are located in Downtown St. Petersburg, Downtown Tampa, Hyde Park, Channelside and Soho in South Tampa.

Condominiums: Tampa Bay is known for their abundance of condominiums, and are available in all local markets areas. Condominiums can be a 2nd home hideaway, or a masterpiece overlooking the Gulf of Mexico. They come in all shapes and sizes. Some are age restricted to those over 55+ years of age. Gulf front condominiums or Bayshore Condominiums provide the waterfront quality of life that millions of Americans only dream about.

We now have capabilities to finance all condominiums… even those that are not on the “approved” lists.

HISTORICAL DISTRICTS: Although Tampa Bay is a relatively new market area, primarily developed in the 1920’s, there are many historical communities to choose from. These include: Old Northeast in St. Petersburg, Hyde Park in South Tampa, YBOR City, Seminole Heights, Tampa Heights, Dunedin, Plant City, Tarpon Springs, & Gulfport.

NATURIST COMMUNITIES: Land O’ Lakes has the largest population of nudists, clothing optional, or naturists in the country. These include Caliente Resort & Spa, Paradise Lake Estates, & Lake Como Resort. Not only are these resorts, but they also have condominiums and single family homes.