Tampa Apartment Rent Increases Among Largest in U.S.
A rebounding economy will contribute to a projected 5.3 percent increase in the average Tampa area apartment rent this year.  Read More…

Will Hot Tampa Bay Market Convert High-Rise to Condos?
Due to the “tremendous resurgence” of downtown St. Petersburg’s condo market, the developer of a 358-unit high-rise originally planned for rental apartments is exploring a sale that could convert it to a condo project.  Read More…

Racing to Buy Homes Sight Unseen
With the low-hanging fruit from the housing bust mostly picked, Wall Street-backed buyers of real estate are increasingly turning to quantitative data analysis.  Read More…

Even If You Own a Home, You Should Care About Tampa Bay’s Apartment Boom
A new study shows just how much Tampa Bay’s apartment boom has meant to the region’s economy — and the total impact goes beyond construction dollars and tax revenue.  Read More…

Process Servers Can Find You on Facebook
Recently, a New York judge issued an opinion authorizing service of divorce papers on a husband completely via Facebook.  The trend has implications for landlords collecting debts from past tenants.   Read More…