Dockside Realtors Enters the Mid Florida Real Estate market with New Website

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With the launch of the company's new interactive website, Dockside Realtors ventures its way into the competitive Greater Tampa Real Estate Market.

Dockside Realtors proudly announces the launch of the company's new interactive website After a painstaking process the website is now live and fully operational.

"Our company specializes in Marketing Unique Homes and Waterfront Properties. We want to help you find the perfect home to suite your lifestyle and your budget. With so many homes on the market it is difficult to pinpoint the best home for you. We will show you every property available, not just company listings. That way YOU make the right choice."

Alan Goldberg, the managing broker has over 30 year of real estate experience including owning and operating 6 franchised real offices in California and Idaho, being a Franchise Sales Director for a major real estate franchise's regional office (Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee and pan-handle of Florida) and as a Business Consultant for another major Real Estate Franchise serving Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, upstate New York and north eastern Massachusetts. He holds broker's licenses in California, Georgia, Virginia and Florida. With experience in commercial and residential sales, knowledge of 1031 tax deferred exchanges and other complex transactions I feel at home in Florida, where most residents are from other states.

One of the things we wanted to incorporate into our site is the ability to "Search the MLS" without the user having to give personal information. That section is available at

New home buyers are offered rebates of 1% of the purchase price. They can use these for down payment, moving expenses or a well deserved vacation after the move. Check our web site for details.

According to a study done by the National Association of Realtors released in January of 2006 use of Internet to search for a home has risen dramatically over time, increasing from only 2 percent of buyers in 1995 to 77 percent in 2005. It was 74 percent in 2004.

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