TD Charitable Foundation awards $1.1M to six Florida nonprofits

Grants ranging from $150,000 to $250,000 will support independent living for marginalized community members, specifically those who experience homelessness and face conditions that make it difficult to maintain a stable home without additional help.Original Article

Are investors re-entering the housing market after two-year retreat?

Investors could be launching a bit of a comeback in the U.S. housing market — although a significant lack of inventory is forcing a strategy shift.Original Article

Home prices stabilize as total sales volume decreased in Tampa Bay

Sale prices stabilized as the number of single-family homes sold in Tampa Bay dropped more than 8% from 2022 to 2023.Original Article

As Ritz-Carlton Residences opens on Bayshore, Miami’s condo king Jorge Perez says synagogue site is still in play

With the first phase of the Ritz-Carlton Residences, Tampa, officially open, Miami's Related Group sees more opportunity in Tampa and St. Petersburg.Original Article

Who’s Who in 2024 Residential Real Estate: Tampa Bay’s highest-selling agents

Despite a slowing market, more than 200 local agents and teams sold $25 million or more in residential sales in 2023.Original Article

One Tampa Bay city among the top in US for hotel-to-apartment conversions

The hotel-to-apartment conversion trend is happening nationwide. See where Tampa Bay lands on the list.Original Article

As supply shifts, home prices are on the rise in Tampa Bay

One of the biggest reasons for high home prices is shifting, but that's not the only factor shaping the market.Original Article

Four more penthouses under contract at the Residences at 400 Central

The Residences at 400 Central have contracted more than $50 million in condominium sales during the first quarter.Original Article

Cresset Partners backs Gasworx apartments in joint venture with Darryl Shaw and Kettler

The investment is Gasworx's second financial endorsement this month.Original Article

NAR lawsuits, Covid-19 push real estate agents to reconsider their brokerages

The wave of class-action lawsuit settlements around broker commissions is forcing the residential real estate industry to shift its practices — and a growing number of real estate agents to reconsider their futures.Original Article