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MLS# T3109766

Newly renovated 4/2 home with a huge fenced yard on a quite street. Energy efficient LED lights throughout. This house has been updated with new kitchen, bathroom, new range and microwave. This house is move in ready, hurry this will not last long.
Visit this property in TAMPA: 7143 WRENWOOD CIR, TAMPA

MLS# U8005727

This is a rare opportunity to own 2+ acres of breathtaking park-like property in central Pinellas County. Per the owners, it is zoned for 3 HORSES and would easily accommodate a nice pole barn and riding ring. There is a lovely, separate art...
Visit this property in CLEARWATER: 2948 SUNSET POINT RD, CLEARWATER

MLS# T3109777

Nice 3/2 in the Stagecoach subdivision in the ever popular Wesley Chapel area. Very close to I-275 allowing for ready commute to Tampa. The community also has a large walking circle with pleasant shade. Screened in porch with a large fully fenced...
Visit this property in LAND O LAKES: 24840 BLACK CREEK CT, LAND O LAKES

MLS# A4403987

This TURNKEY FURNISHED ground floor unit in the beautiful community of Gulf Mariner is sure to meet all of your expectations. The dining room/living room combination makes entertaining a breeze, with a pass through window into the kitchen. With...
Visit this property in REDINGTON SHORES: 17580 GULF BLVD #104, REDINGTON SHORES


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PORT RICHEY AND NEW PORT RICHEY, West Pasco's dual coastal communities, are best known today as booming retirement centers, but both towns had more basic origins. PORT RICHEY was started in 1883 by Missourian Captain A. M. Richey, who homesteaded on an island at the mouth of the Pithlachascottee River. NEW PORT RICHEY, once Hickory Hammonds, made the name concession in 1914 when the Port Richey Company began heavy development.

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The city of Port Richey is currently experiencing growth both in business and residential subdivisions and communities. See School links for Elementary school, Middle School, High School, Colleges, and Universties.

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Forecast for Port Richey, FL- Tampa Bay Homes, Port Richey Real Estate

1. Senior Sun Seekers
Escaping from cold winter climates, many Senior Sun Seekers have relocated permanently to warmer regions, and others are snowbirds that move south only for the winter. Most are retired or anticipate retirement. The median age of the population in this market is 51.5 years, but over 60 percent of the householders are 55 years or older. The areas favored by the seniors are growth markets, especially in Florida, with available seasonal housing. Most of the housing is either single-family or mobile homes, with a median home value of $91,500.

2. The Elders
This is the oldest market, with a median age of 73 years. Representing the highest concentration of retired residents, The Elders favor communities designed for senior living, primarily in warm climates. Half live in Florida, and most of the rest live in Arizona and California. Sources of income are apparently Social Security and retirement income. Over 80 percent of the households draw Social Security, over three times the U.S. figure.


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