Sarasota Bay Real Estate Completes 4 Subdivision Maps for Sarasota Real Estate Buyers

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In a real estate market filled with second homes and winter residences, the biggest issue facing buyers is a general lack of information available on the local area and the residential subdivisions within it. Sarasota Bay Real Estate has begun to offer a solution to the problem by creating company labeled maps for the Sarasota, Florida, area’s most sought after residential destinations.

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Purchasing a property hundreds or even thousands of miles away from a second home buyers primary residence can be a very tedious task. Though the internet has made the process of searching for a second home in a remote market significantly easier, home buyers consistently request maps of the Sarasota area from local real estate agents and brokerages.

The Sarasota Association of Realtors, as well as a few select brokerages, have created maps of the general Sarasota area but the maps fail to offer property buyers specific details about the popular subdivisions in Sarasota nor do they offer any current real estate market statistics or display the properties currently listed for sale.

Sarasota Bay Real Estate, one of Sarasota’s premier real estate brokerages, specializes in high end marketing strategies for home sellers and has undertaken an ambitious effort to provide home buyers with customized maps for the premier residential communities in the area. The maps display every home site within the community as well as list current market statistics. This statistical information includes the current listings, recently sold properties, and a summary of current market values of the properties in each subdivision.

The project will consist of 16 maps published on a semi monthly basis and distributed to home owners within each community and home buyers seeking to purchase a home in Sarasota upon request. The project will cost approximately $48,000 to complete the master map templates used for each community.

The third and fourth maps in the series were designed to market the real estate for sale at the University Park Country Club and the real estate for sale at The Oaks Club in Osprey Florida. The maps are printed using a full four color process on gloss stock and are your typical poster size. The maps which feature the University Park Country Club and The Oaks Club also include the golf course layouts as well as the physical locations of each home in the community. The first two maps in the series that were produced by Sarasota Bay Real Estate focused on the real estate for sale in the Laurel Oak Country Club and on Bird Key.

Buyers interested in receiving the maps may contact Sarasota Bay Real Estate directly for more information. The maps will not be made available to real estate agents of other brokerages in Sarasota and all copyrights to the maps will also be held buy Sarasota Bay Real Estate.

About Sarasota Bay Real Estate

Sarasota Bay Real Estate is a full service real estate brokerage in Sarasota Florida owned by Sarasota real estate broker, Christina Miller, and marketing professional, Roy Hunter. Together they, and their team of well-experienced agents, provide some of the highest quality real estate marketing services for the properties in the company’s inventory. Sellers of Sarasota Florida real estate chose Sarasota Bay Real Estate due to their reputation of going above and beyond expectations when marketing properties located in the Sarasota-Manatee County areas as well as the company’s vast Internet marketing reach. Sarasota Bay Real Estate Internet assets receive more than 1,000 visitors a day and this exposure contributes greatly to a property selling quickly and for the highest price. When property marketing strategies are paramount in sellers listing requirements, Sarasota Bay Real Estate is the clear choice in the Sarasota Florida real estate market.

Contact information for Sarasota Bay Real Estate can be found at http://sarasotabayrealestate.com

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