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In today’s housing market, where there’s more of a demand than a supply, it might be particularly difficult for prospective homebuyers to find their dream homes. In fact, at the end of February 2016, there were 1.88 million homes for sale in the United States, which was about 1.1 percent lower than last year’s inventory. It’s the same story in Tampa Bay, where there are fewer homes than buyers.

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In the midst of the housing market’s recovery in the last five years, a recent report states that Tampa has grown to become the number one city in the United States where people are moving. Like the other cities on the list, including Charlotte, San Antonio and Austin, the Tampa Bay area has a thriving job market and offers relatively low housing prices. But it has caused a real estate inventory shortage.

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Of all the rooms in your home, the kitchen likely requires the most energy – both human and electric. But with today’s technological advancements, the appliances that once depleted your pockets and wreaked havoc on the environment are much better at saving money and wasting less. They also add style and appeal to your home, which helps to increase its value once you put it on the market.

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Located 14 miles south of Tampa, the suburb of Riverview, FL is fast becoming a haven for young working professionals that want a newer home in a vibrant community at an affordable price. With a population of over 70,000 people, Riverview is fast becoming one of the most sought after communities in the Tampa Bay area. Families and individuals are flocking to condos off of Falkenberg Rd. and Highway 301. There are also buying up homes in Summerfield Crossing and Panther Trace. Regardless of where you are in life, there’s a home style for you. Beyond the variety of homes, there are a number of reasons why people are flocking to Riverview.

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According to the National Association of Realtors, home sales in the United States increased a whopping 11.9 percent from March 2016 to April 2016. Although much of this jump has to do with the season, as more people purchase houses during the spring and summer, it’s also an indication that we’re in a strong seller’s market.

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