Tampa is situated in Hillsborough County, Florida. In the Tampa Bay Area, it is the largest city with a population of approximately 399,700 inhabitants. It is nicknamed ‘The Big Guava.’
In Tampa, there are six historic districts and around 84 neighborhoods. For business and finance, Downtown Tampa is the place to be, as major conglomerates like Bank of America, PNC Financial Services, BB&T, TECO Energy, Marshall & Ilsley, Frontier Communications. Sykes Enterprises and SunTrust have set-up their offices here. The Tampa Bay i-4 corridor region is the fastest-growing part of Florida as the employment base is growing. So, what makes Tampa so attractive? It’s the comparatively low crime rate, reasonable cost of housing, no state income tax, and world-class entertainment venues, museums, and waterfront views that draw folks to this area.
For lovers of art, the Waterfront Arts District has a significant number of attractions like the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts, the Tampa Museum of Art, the Tampa Bay History Center, the Glazer Children’s Museum, and the Henry B Plant Museum. The fabulous David A Straz Jr Center for the Performing Arts, spread over 9 acres of land, is considered the second-largest performing arts complex in the Southeastern United States. The Tampa Riverwalk created to project its beautiful image is a 4.2 km long pedestrian trail that runs adjacent to the Arts District with access to various hotels, parks, and museums along the way. The Channel District hosts the popular Channelside Bay Plaza, now rebranded as Sparkman Wharf, with plenty of shops, specialty restaurants, and bars, and large space in the center encompassing a giant Sony screen theatre and live music to enthrall you.
Beach Park and Bayshore Beautiful are some affluent neighborhoods with luxury villas as well as sky-scrapers. Other recommended localities are Ballast Point, Harbor Islands, Parkland Estates, Belmar Gardens, and Palma Ceia.
While the winters are relatively mild, the summers can be oppressive with heat and humidity, leading to thunderstorms. There have been three major hurricanes that affected Tampa adversely, even though they did not make landfall here, namely Hurricane Donna in 1960, Hurricane Charley in 2004, and more recently, Hurricane Irma in 2017.
In the face of such impending natural disasters, it would be prudent to buy a home insurance policy with the appropriate coverages. Please read your policy document with care and keep it in a safe place. When calamity strikes, it becomes practically impossible to function normally, and you may find yourself floundering. You need someone in your corner, and which is exactly who we are. We are Tampa Public Adjusters – Experienced Public Adjusters.
The insurance company’s adjuster works for the insurance company, whereas a Tampa claims adjuster represents you to the insurance company to ensure that the claim is handled fairly, quickly, and with the best financial resolution. A claims adjuster earns a success fee based on a percentage of the settlement. Hiring a licensed claims adjuster who understands Tampa assures you of a fair opportunity to fight for what you deserve.
And most importantly, we at Experienced Public Adjusters, Tampa help you get back to your life, family, or business as soon as possible.