Two former Realtors add 40 Apartments to their portfolio. Ross Bryans and John Petitti purchase the Addison Apartment in Sarasota from a Michigan Company. Read about it here.
Central Park Realty owner Ross Bryans and his business partner John Petitti acquire another 32 condos both in Sarasota and Bradenton. Read about it here.
The Sarasota-Bradenton condominium sector seems to be improving, according to some market watchers, and recent statistics from the Florida Association of Realtors seem to support the contention. Read about it here.
December’s home sales were close to numbers a year ago, suggesting that the local market may be turning a corner. Read about it here.
Like many recent college grads, Jeff Sasada would have loved to have bought a house in the Sarasota-Bradenton area. But there was nothing available for under $200,000. So the 24-year-old Sarasota-Manatee Airport Authority employee purchased a converted condominium at The Sanctuary on 26th Street West in Bradenton instead. Read about it here.
Skyrocketing real estate prices knocked a lot of prospective first-time home buyers out of the market, but they may find new hope in condo conversions. Read about it here.
The Saddle Creek Apartments have morphed into The Sanctuary of Bradenton, a condominium conversion that brings a slew of affordably-priced units into the county’s red hot market. Read about it here.
On the heels of the articles published by the Herald Tribune in May where Ross Bryans was quoted extensively comes an exclusive profile on Central Park Realty. Read it here.
Check out the article on Grand Oaks Townhomes, which appeared in The Bradenton Herald.
Check out the article on Citywalk Condominiums, which appeared in the Herald Tribune.