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South Tampa Developer Announces $15 Million Dollars of Residential Development Projects

Six new residential projects in the South Tampa area | Tampa, FL (June 20, 2018)

James Ramos, CEO of Ramos Development, announced today that his company has acquired sites for 6 new residential projects. The sites are all located in the South Tampa area and upon development will have a combined value of over $15 Million dollars. Ramos Development will provide financing for the projects, Ramos Design Build will build the individual homes, and RE/MAX Bay to Bay will be the broker tasked with marketing the developed properties. Each of the homes will have unique characteristics and multiple designers/architects have been enlisted to assist with the portfolio.

Each property will be developed as a Ramos Signature Home that includes double insulated concrete, PEX plumbing, tankless water heaters, Sub-Zero/Wolf appliances, and Bremtown Custom Cabinetry. A limited number of the projects will also feature green energy technology such as solar panels, electric car charging stations, and home battery storage systems.

The projects will be financed using capital from Ramos Investment Growth Fund II which invests in commercial and residential properties in the Tampa Bay area. Ramos Development is considering launching Ramos Investment Growth Fund III later this year.

“There is a limited inventory of premium home sites available in the South Tampa area,” said James Ramos, CEO of Ramos Development, “Our team has spent countless hours finding land that will accommodate our level of premium development.”


About Ramos Development

Ramos Development was formed with the primary goal of generating superior risk-adjusted returns for its owners through a portfolio of actively managed private investments. Ramos Development, LLC is the manager of Ramos Investment Growth Fund. As manager, it is responsible for the identification, disposition, recapitalization, and refinancing of assets within the fund’s portfolio. The firm was founded by General Contractor James Ramos, a former catcher for the University of Florida baseball team and Emory University MBA.


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