Relocating to the Tampa Bay Area?
Wake up to balmy temperatures and sunny skies all year long!
We Make Relocating to Tampa Easy!
I will help make your moving experience smooth and hassle-free, whether you are moving across town, or across the world.
When it comes to relocating, finding the perfect home can be the easy part.
But there are many questions!
- What neighborhoods should I be looking at?
- What will my commute be like if I buy this home?
- How do I begin to find a local bank, property inspector, insurance provider, doctors?
- Will my children be attending quality schools if we purchase in this area?
- And the list goes on!
It is my goal to not only find you the perfect home in the right neighborhood, but to also help you make the transition to your new hometown.
I have lived, worked and raised a family in Tampa over three decades. I know the Tampa Bay area inside and out.
I can get the information you need to settle into your new hometown. In the meantime, the information provided on this site will help you to begin familiarizing yourself with the Tampa Bay area.
Diversity, Culture and History Come Together
Welcome to Tampa, Florida! You will enjoy a rich mix of history, diversity, culture, activities and attractions. Offering balmy temperatures, sunny skies and near-by Gulf beaches, it is no surprise that Tampa enjoys a thriving tourism industry and is home to a large, wealthy seasonal population.
Attractions and cultural opportunities abound, including the Tampa Aquarium; Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center; MOSI; Busch Gardens, Tampa; and the newly opened Tampa Bay History Center to name a few. Ybor City and Hyde Park districts offer exciting entertainment, dining and shopping steeped in local Tampa history and rich with historically preserved homes.
For sports fans, The Skatepark of Tampa is a popular destination for world-renowned skateboarding, while Tampa Bay Lightning, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Tampa Bay Rays bring professional hockey, professional football and professional baseball to the Tampa Bay area for Tampa’s residents and guests to enjoy.
Welcome to the Greater Tampa Bay Area
The cities of Tampa-St. Petersburg (two of the largest cities in Florida) Clearwater, Brandon connect some of the fastest growing suburban communities in the country for a market rich with opportunties for business and lifestyle. Learn more about Tampa’s neighborhoods.
We are the 12th largest media market in the country. Home to over 3.8 million consumers and host to over 20 million visitors annually. Learn more about Tampa Bay’s demographics.
Tampa Bay offers world-class entertainment and cultural opportunities. The area has the largest performing arts center in the southeast, the largest science museum in the south, and the cultural arts district in downtown Tampa is expanding every day. Learn more about local museums.
St. Petersburg and Clearwater offer some of the best beaches in America. Learn more about some of our best beaches.
Tampa Bay Has Something for Everyone!
Tampa Bay is a multi-county region on Florida’s west coast offering a diversity of communities. Hernando, Hillsborough, Pasco and Pinellas counties come together to shape a vibrant market where lifestyle options reflect all the best Florida offers. It is one of the few markets in America with two major metropolitan newspapers, and boasts the #1 ranked airport in the country.
Downtown Tampa offers excellent dining, relaxing waterfront views, world-class entertainment, nightlife and professional sporting events. From conventioneers and cruise passengers to office workers and urban pioneers, the treasures of Tampa’s downtown are there for the taking. [Learn More]
Sports All Year!
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers train and play, a few minutes from downtown. You can watch free workouts during the Summer.
The New York Yankees play their Spring Training games across the street from the Bucs. Steinbrenner Stadium is used for concerts and events during the year.
Tampa Bay Rays play in an indoor stadium near St. Petersburg. However, the Rays are planning to move to a new stadium in eclectic Ybor City.
Like hockey? Tampa Bay Lightning are the most successful professional team in Tampa. The Lighting play in Amalie Arena, conviently located in Channelside.
Feeling lucky? Tampa has a casino, poker rooms, dog and horse racing, a half hour from downtown.
10 million travelers landing in Tampa International Airport annually,
help support other sports. Watch professional soccer, tennis, golf, arena football events in the Tampa Bay metropolitan area.
St. Petersburg Area
Everyone in Tampa, drives to St. Petersburg eventually, for its magnificent beaches and outstanding concerts.
St. Petersburg, Florida’s fourth largest city, is one of the most progressive communities for business in the United States. Roughly 58 square miles and surrounded by sparkling blue water on three sides, St. Pete boasts 234 miles of exquisite shoreline. With an average temperature of 73.7 degrees and 361 days of sunshine a year, it is easy to see why St. Petersburg is the “Sunshine City.”
Downtown St. Petersburg is packed with tourists during the Winter. There are outdoor concerts and street fairs on weekends. Daily attractions include museums, restaurants, beaches.
Drive past busy St. Petersburg for the peaceful, pristine beaches of St. Pete Beach, Indian Rocks Beach, Gulfport, Treasure Island.
Clearwater is a half hour drive from Tampa and St. Petersburg. Fun and sun lovers still come from around the world to visit Clearwater.
Clearwater Beach is consistently rated as one of world’s favorite beaches. Clearwater is also of the nation’s premier sailing and powerboat environments.
Downtown Clearwater enjoys a vibrant economy and liveability that draws businesses, residents, and tourists to the area. Enjoy outdoor concerts by your favorite performers in Coachman Park.
Miss the 70’s? Ruth Eckerd Hall
is a favorite venue for performances by vacationing groups.