(PRWEB) November 14, 2004
John Mudd, a Realtor with Exit Realty Suncoast in Largo who services Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Tierra Verde, the Bayway Islands and Gulf beaches, recently released his fourth quarter "real time" real estate report for Florida's Tampa Bay area, which shows two things: Tampa Bay does not have a real estate "bubble" and people are still buying Tampa Bay real estate at ever-increasing prices in spite of recent hurricanes.
"I recently closed on a sale I brokered of a luxury waterfront condo for clients at $745,000 in Tierra Verde and I have a waterfront home under contract for clients in St. Pete Beach at $800,000. People who thought there was a 'bubble' or that prices were going to flatten because of hurricanes must have been out of their minds."
Mudd's report appears as a series of posts on his blog, Tampa Bay's Inside Real Estate Journal, http://www.insiderealestatejournal.blogspot.com.
John Mudd is a Realtor with Exit Realty Suncoast who specializes in assisting his clients in the sale and purchase of luxury, estate, beach and waterfront homes and condos throughout Tampa Bay, including Tierra Verde, the Bayway Islands, Gulf beaches and most other Tampa-Clearwater-St. Petersburg areas in the metro. You can find homes and condos or find out how to sell your home or condo on his website, http://www.HomeInTampaBay.com, where visitors can also get a free Home Evaluation that'll show them what their home or condo would sell for in today's real estate market, or more up to date real estate information via Mudd's real estate blog (http://www.insiderealestatejournal.blogspot.com). Mudd is also a contributing writer for the Inman Blog, the official blog of Inman News, a top daily real estate trade publication.
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