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Old 01-16-2007, 03:03 PM
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Is Tierra Verde south of Seminole? It won't show up on Google Earth. How is the overall economy there? Is it based on the growth of population?



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Seminole has some decent looking waterfront homes. Is that the same as Tierra Verde?
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Old 01-16-2007, 03:17 PM
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No, Seminole and Tierre Verde are NOT the same.

TV is Zip Code 33715.

http://www.city-data.com/city/Tierra-Verde-Florida.html
http://www.tvresortmarina.com/
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Old 01-16-2007, 04:01 PM
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hi 2112 are you thinking of relocating,florida has seen some big price rises but been told its leveled of now with lots more for sale is this true guys,?
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I have seen house prices drop a little. I don't know if that holds true for Pinellas County.

The ICW runs between Tierra Verde and St Pete Beach. That is where you can find little coves to ski in. So you would be very close to areas you could water ski.
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florida gater thats the exactly what we are looking for, sheltered places for the kids and sometimes me to ski in,then not to far to go out into the gulf and have a run up or down the coast etc,going to start on tierra verde first then,thanks again for your great help i owe you already!
cuda im going to mail mike then call thanks for that,like the look of the st petes powerboat club or opba ,ill have to upgrade my baja
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hi 2112 are you thinking of relocating,florida has seen some big price rises but been told its leveled of now with lots more for sale is this true guys,?

Toying with the idea of a 2nd home. The calming of the market is a factor. Entire east coast possible too depending on what you can get for your $ and the boating scene.
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2112 nice one ,afraid its work for me but the boating does seem good .
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Actually, It would start out as a 2nd home just to get into the market before the next upswing. It is very possible it could become a permanent relocation. That is why I was questioning the basis for the local economy.

That is why I am looking at "up and coming" areas rather than the established hot spots. For example, love Naples, can't afford it, or I am not willing to do what it would take to get into that market. Plus, performance boating is an absolute requirement so Naples may not be the best anyway.

Lots of beautiful areas to consider. People here who know the area well can give great insight. For example Seminole vs Vierra Terde, there is a noticible difference in waterfront housing. Is it that Seminole is not hot yet or is it a less than desirable area for some reason?
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Most of Seminole is landlocked, with some not so nice areas. About 80% of Tierra Verde is on the water. Many more different types and places to boat closer to Tierra Verde.
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The ICW runs between Tierra Verde and St Pete Beach. That is where you can find little coves to ski in. So you would be very close to areas you could water ski.
Technically, the ICW runs from New Jersey, around Florida, all the way to Brownsville Texas.
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