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Developer of Seybold Lofts in South Tampa Neighborhood offers 97% owner financing

Seybold Bread Factory Lofts

South Tampa is considered one of the BEST areas to live.  It’s a hip and trendy neighborhood offering shopping and dinning galore.  Seybold Lofts, Located in the Hyde Park Historic District of South Tampa, is a unique loft stlye building, original in character of the 1920’s style brick buildings.  In fact, the building was originally the Merita bread factory until it was purchased a few years ago.

Since the developer is now offering financing this means you can buy a condo in South Tampa without having FHA approval!!  A struggle for first time home buyers to find in this desirable area of Tampa Bay.

High Point Development of Tampa has offered seller financing quietly as a last resort to buyers since the condo market started to tighten two years ago. Now in an effort to sell out its properties before year-end, the developer is aggressive with the finance option.

The following Development are available for owner financing

Legacy Park,

Monticello City Homes,

Historic Seybold Lofts

Valencia Townhomes and

3405 Swann Citihomes,

At Seybold Lofts, a converted 1920s bread factory in Hyde Park, higher unit prices created a slightly modified offer with a 30-year fixed mortgage.  Click Here for visual tour of the Seybold Lofts  

Selling prices for the High Point communities are about 60 percent of what they were originally intended, Hudson said, but deals are getting done.

Search all condos and lofts for sale 

For details and pricing give me a call 813 784 7744 or email:

Rae Catanese, PA Real Estate Agent

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Written by Rae Catanese, Realtor

Licensed Realtor since 2002, Tampa Bay’s own Rae Catanese regularly gives expert advice and insider tips about the Tampa Bay real estate market via her blog, The Tampa Real Estate Insider. If you are thinking of buying or selling a home in the Tampa, St. Petersburg or Clearwater areas-then this blog is for you. I typically post articles once a week. To make sure you don’t miss my newest posts, you can subscribe here! Have a real estate question? Email me here!

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