Of course, how well insulated the home is will play a huge factor.
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Also on the water bill, depending on whether or not the neighborhood has reclaimed water for the lawn and the size of the lot, it can get very expensive--especially if the water is provided by Hillsborough County verus City of Tampa.
I believe you may be able to contact Tampa Electric and get the info on a specific address. On bank owned listings this may be the best source. Not sure if the water department will do the same, but try calling them.
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Future Home Realty
But many factors influence the electric bill. You can lower your bill by adding energy saving lights and appliances. The newest homes usually have energy saving features, some including energy efficient appliances, radiant barriers and R-30 insulation.
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