Tom Waters and Gloria Waters welcome you to our new comprehensive real estate website. No other site provides more detailed imformation on the real estate market in Sarasota and Manatee Counties.
For buyers, there is detailed area and neighborhood information and a great Multiple Listing Search page. For sellers, we provide information and data to help you to ready your home for a successful marketing campaign and sale.
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The Sarasota and Manatee real estate market is made up of diverse and interesting communities, neighborhoods and subdivisions. We’ll tell you about each of them which will allow you to narrow your search and direct you to the best properties for you.
If you’re a buyer, you want to check out our Featured Homes, as they’re selected for their quality and amenities. As a seller, you’ll want to see your home on this page.
- 6633 GULF OF MEXICO DR, Longboat Key, FL 34228
- 6 BD, 9.5 BA
- 7712 SANDERLING RD, Sarasota, FL 34242
- 3 BD, 4.0 BA
- 1300 HIDDEN HARBOR WAY, Sarasota, FL 34242
- 6 BD, 5.0 BA
- 7858 SANDERLING RD, Sarasota, FL 34242
- 5 BD, 4.5 BA
- 3975 SHELL RD, Sarasota, FL 34242
- 4 BD, 5.5 BA
Our home search page is one of the most valuable tools on this site for both buyers and sellers. Keep your finger on the pulse of the market.
Real Estate News
Agents who can expertly search Google – who know search secrets for getting fast-and-correct answers – look like tech geniuses and real estate experts.
While most buyers want move-in-ready property, more are starting to consider a fixer-upper that, with a little time and money, can be molded into a perfect home.
The monthly survey found both a short-term and long-term improvement in attitudes about business conditions, the labor market and personal income.
Home prices rose 5.1% in June, but in some U.S. cities, the rise simply matched inflation. Most double-digit price increases occurred in the Pacific Northwest.
Most city residents are willing to pay slightly higher taxes for trees near their home – and they expect them to boost their property value, a new UF study finds.