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MLS# T2904499

The second includes a formal dining room and a separate, formal living room. This home sits on a quiet cul-de-sac with beautiful landscaping, shady oaks and – with no neighbors in back – natural privacy. But what makes this community so special is...
Visit this property in PORT RICHEY: 11024 ELDERBERRY DR, PORT RICHEY

MLS# T2904070

Great LOCATION with easy access to I75, I4 and Selmon Expw. Washer and dryer stays. Contact us or your realtor for a private showing. Enjoy the Florida lifestyle with a LOW HOA in a house that has it all.
Visit this property in BRANDON: 1606 OPEN FIELD LOOP, BRANDON

MLS# T2904444

Spacious, clean and ready to move in home at a great price in the quiet up & coming Hillsborough River T. Makes for a great rental. Close to shopping, T. Come see this gem.
Visit this property in TAMPA: 7429 LAKESHORE DR, TAMPA

MLS# D5920244

Bathrooms are updated as well. Dishwasher is a few months old, range and washer & dryer only 1 year old. There is also reverse osmosis in the kitchen. Come in and check out all of the amenities that come with this wonderful home.
Visit this property in NORTH PORT: 478 SHARKS PT, NORTH PORT


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Avionics, Defense & Marine Electronics
From homeland security to avionics to marine electronics, Tampa Bay region has many centers of excellence which support these industry clusters.  The University of South Florida's Center for Ocean Technology, which has been a leader in MEMS research and development and has been using the technology to collect biological and chemical data to monitor water quality, provided underwater technology for port security at the 2004 Republican National Convention.  USF's Center for Robot-Assisted Search and Rescue used its miniature robots to assist rescue teams at Ground Zero following the 9/11 terrorist attacks.  Tampa Bay is home to United States Central Command which directs military operations in Afganistan, Iraq and the middle East. 

Business and Information Services
Tampa Bay has been called "Wall Street South" for the size and scope of its financial services industry. Worldwide organizations which have a major presence in the Tampa Bay region included JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Depository Trust and Clearing Corp., Raymond James, MetLife, State Farm, and Progressive Insurance to name a few. 
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Biomedical/Life Sciences Technologies/Health Care
Tampa Bay is a center of excellence for hosptials, research and medical-related firms - and the gateway to the Florida High Tech Corridor, a 23-county area that is home to more than 3,000 high-tech companies. Biomedical and life science centers of excellence in the region include the University of South Florida, H. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center and Research Institute, and Pepin Heart Hospital, among others. For more information on Tampa Bay's healthcare and medical technologies resources.
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Port/Maritime
With three seaports, Tampa Bay is a major entry point for domestic and international shipping. According to Enterprise Florida, Tampa Bay's seaports support 130,000 jobs and contribute more than $15 billion per year to the local economy. The Port of Tampa comprises nearly half of all sea borne commerce in the state and is the state's largest seaport, the 12th largest cargo port in the nation, and a major cruise port.
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Manufacturing (Microelectronics, Medical Devices)
Tampa Bay ranks in the top 20 nationwide for medical device manufacturing clusters. The industry employs more than 10,000 people with an average wage in excess of $49,000 and produces over $2 billion worth of goods and services for an economic impact of more than 51,000 jobs and $5 billion. LEARN MORE...

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