A home on South Shamrock Road by MacDill Air Force Base will soon get torn down. It will then be replaced by Tampa's first 3D-printed home.
Hillsborough County and Catholic Charities will dedicate a new 20-unit apartment complex built specifically to house working, low-income families.
The internet offers endless places to search for listings in a renter's search for the right place. It's also a crucial time to make sure the process of inquiring about a home property is legitimate and not a scam, a Tampa real estate broker suggested.
The team will focus on illegal construction, particularly involving contractors who regularly break the law. The most common issues involve contractors doing work without permits.
Nearly 7.8 million homes with more than $2.3 trillion in combined reconstruction cost value are at risk of hurricane-related damages during this Atlantic season, CoreLogic's 2022 Hurricane Report says.
It’s still very much a seller’s market in the Bay Area, and now Tampa is the eighth most popular city for investors to scoop up houses.
Even as people worry about inflation and the economy, the Tampa Bay building boom is still booming, at least for now.
Finding and keeping affordable housing is a growing problem in the Bay Area, but leaders in Sarasota want to have an open dialogue with residents.
St. Petersburg homeowners could soon be able to rent out space on their own property to help solve the affordable housing crisis.
In Surfside, investigators found Champlain Towers' condo board was aware that the building had major issues but had delayed repairs for years because they weren't maintaining the reserve funds to pay for them. Though inspectors estimated the building needed some $16 million in repairs, Champlain Towers had just $770,000 in its reserves.
Florida lawmakers are poised Wednesday to give final approval to a series of changes aimed at shoring up the property-insurance market as homeowners lose coverage and face steep rate increases.
Last week, the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office arrested construction and building investigator Andrea Wagner. Now, a construction company is suing her for damages.
Gov. Ron DeSantis on Monday expressed confidence that a special legislative session will help stabilize Florida’s property-insurance system, but the troubled market is taking another blow as a group of companies is poised to cancel more than 68,000 policies.
Florida Chief Financial Officer Jimmy Patronis called on lawmakers to pass anti-fraud initiatives during their special session on insurance later this month.
Help has been around, but not many Florida homeowners may know about it.
The home was built in 1971 by electrician Frank Williams, who was the original homeowner. It's a mid-century home that has been renovated from top to bottom.
Two Tampa Bay nonprofits that build and repair homes hammered out a deal to help struggling homeowners as part of a solution to the area’s housing crisis.
More Floridians are getting notices that they’re being dropped from their current property insurance companies. It’s part of the crisis state lawmakers are hoping to solve during a one-week special session next month.
Governor DeSantis said in his proclamation that called for the special session that it's necessary for the state to act to stabilize the insurance market for policy holders before the 2022 Atlantic Hurricane season. Hurricane season starts June 1 and ends November 30.
The Wisconsin home is listed at $420,000.