Investor looking for Bulk Purchases in The Tampa Bay Area-Do you know of anyone looking to sell?

Hello Everyone: Do you know of anyone looking to sell Tampa Real Estate in Bulk?  I received a call from an investor today and here is the criteria. Bankrupt developments, distressed situations, etc.. in the Tampa Bay area, including the Beaches, Clearwater, St. Pete etc..  Buyer has cash and can close quickly  The criteria is as follows: 10+ … [Read more...]

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VENTANA CHANNELSIDE CONDOS FOR SALE | TAMPA, FL

ventana channelside condo for sale

CHANNELSIDE CONDO DEVELOPMENT VENTANA-TAMPA, FL Total units in building 84   Maintenance fees are calculated at .33 per sq ft. Includes: water, trash, basic cable, concierge, wireless internet throughout entire community, pool, fitness center and 2 parking spaces per condo! From Ventana Condos Channelside Tampa   CLICK … [Read more...]

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More Bankrupt Developments Liquidated-Clearwater/St. Pete, Fl

Waters Edge Clearwater Condo

It will be interesting to see what these condos will sell for, or if they will turn into rentals.  In the Tampa Bay Real Estate Boom the  Opus South Condo Tower  Developments orginally listed at an average sale price of 700K.  The two developments have been purchased for an average sale price of 137,00 per condo.   Wednesday, October 14, 2009, … [Read more...]

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Towers of Channelside Condos for Sale and Bankruptcy update-Tampa, FL

Towers of Channelside Bankruptcy update-Tampa, Fl Towers of Channelside  The Towers of Channelside has been in receivership for the past couple months.  Receivership is a form of bankruptcy in which a company can avoid liquidation by reorganizing with the help of a court-appointed trustee. During that time they have taken most of the condos off … [Read more...]

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Towers of Channelside Bankruptcy Update-Tampa, Fl

TAMPA — Nearly half of the 257 condos at the Towers of Channelside have sold, including one in February to Tampa Bay Rays third baseman Evan Longoria, but those sales still aren’t enough.  The developer of the twin 29-story towers has notified its lender it’s giving up on the project 15 months after it sought bankruptcy court protection and six … [Read more...]

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