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Currently there are 306 homes for sale, 7 condos and apartments for sale, 13 vacant land for sale and 41 townhomes for sale in Apollo Beach

Apollo Beach, Florida
 
Sitting on a total area of about six square miles, Apollo Beach is a beautiful waterfront community in Hillsborough County, Florida. The census-designated place is home to about 15,000 people and boasts of canals extending for some 55 miles. Residents here enjoy a very friendly climate that characterized by hot, humid summers and mostly mild to cool winters.
 
The Apollo Beach area was in the past used mainly for agriculture. Its low elevation and mangrove terrain made living there practically impossible about a century ago. The Dickman family acquired land in the area in the early 1920s using it for annual farming and grazing. Considering its location relative to Tampa, Bradenton and U.S. Route 41, Paul Dickman felt the area would make a great waterfront community. His family then proceeded to hire a Miami engineering firm to help lay out a subdivision.
 
The area was named Tampa Beach by three businessmen from New York who acquired land there in the early 1950s. It was thought the association to a big city like Tampa would be more helpful in stimulating the interest of home buyers. A retired Michigan businessman Francis Corr acquired the land in 1957 after the previous developers ran into financial challenges. He changed the name to La Vida Beach, but his wife Dorothy was said to have suggested a year later that the name be changed to Apollo Beach.
 
The development of the community was confronted with several challenges, including regulatory obstacles. One of these hurdles was the Growth Management Act, which was passed in 1972, aimed at regulating growth in the state of Florida. The Corr family continued with development efforts nonetheless and Apollo Beach is today a flourishing community boasting a serene and appealing environment.
 
Apollo Beach had just over 1,000 residents in 1970. But as of 2010, the total population had risen to 14,701 people, which was almost double the level back in 2000. More recent data showed that this figure has exceeded 15,000. There were almost 5,900 households in the community in 2010, with this also representing almost 75 percent rise on the count in 2000.  With its scenic and peaceful setting, the CDP is one of the popular places for home purchases in Florida.
 
A very popular community for home buyers in Apollo Beach is Brisa Del Mar Townhomes. This amazing coastal community offers a great place for people seeking to live in a luxurious and beautiful setting in the Tampa Bay Area. The gated Brisa Del Mar Townhomes features a verdant landscape and is replete with beautiful flowers. Residents here enjoy scenic and relaxing views. The townhomes are offered in three or four bedroom floor plans.
 
Apollo Beach is certainly one beautiful community for individuals and families in search of a serene place to live somewhere not far from Tampa Bay. It has witnessed a significant influx of sort in recent years, raising demand for new homes. The CDP has an estimated 55 miles of canals spanning all the way to Tampa Bay and the Gulf of Mexico. Exciting activities to be enjoyed year-round here include fishing and boating among other waterfront activities.

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The notorious six percent Realtor's commission is a thing of the past when you take advantage of ByOwner's Apollo Beach, Florida Flat Fee MLS listing service. Yet your property's exposure is just as widespread, even with fewer dollars spent.

ByOwner places your house with the local multiple listing service (MLS) right away, and then goes even farther to promote it. We connect with all the favorite search engines as well as the preferred real estate portal sites like Trulia, Zillow, Realtor.com, MSN, AOL, Bing, Yahoo, and Google. You may be pleasantly surprised to then find your FSBO house on broker sites, such as ReMax, C-21, Coldwell Banker, ERA, Redfin, Movoto, Keller Williams. This is not an uncommon occurrence. Very often, brokers incorporate all MLS entries along with their own on their sites.

Those who choose ByOwner can expect to garner average savings of $15,000. Our For Sale By Owner associates receive effective marketing tools and expansive notoriety for their properties, again at a cost more modest than that charged by a traditional broker. In short, they get more bang for the buck.

Do you want to buy or sell a home in Apollo Beach? As recently as 12/03/2022, we systematically update our list of obtainable homes.

As of now, we have 368 properties available on the market. In Apollo Beach, we have 306 single family houses ready for purchase. Likewise, there are 7 condos in Apollo Beach waiting for interested buyers.

If you are thinking of selling your Apollo Beach home, try our flat fee listing service, Our list fees start at $499, and may save you $15,000 in real estate commissions. Click here to start saving.

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This data up-to-date as of [12/03/2022]

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