The Kislak Organization Expands Presence in Tampa Bay Area Real Estate Market

The Kislak Organization Expands Presence in Tampa Bay Area Real Estate Market












Miami Lakes and Palm Harbor, FL (PRWEB) January 16, 2014

The Kislak Organization, a national real estate investment firm headquartered in Miami Lakes, Florida, has expanded its presence in the Tampa Bay area market. Kislak recently closed on the purchase of Twin Lakes Apartments, a 262-unit multifamily community in Palm Harbor. The transaction was brokered by Byron Moger of Cushman & Wakefield.

“We are very enthusiastic about the Tampa/St. Petersburg area,” said Thomas Bartelmo, president and CEO of the Kislak Organization. “Since acquiring Runaway Bay Apartments in Pinellas Park in 2012, our acquisitions team has been actively pursuing additional opportunities. Twin Lakes Apartments is a perfect addition to our portfolio, and we are interested in further expanding Kislak’s holdings in the market.”

Twin Lakes Apartments is conveniently located in one of the Tampa metro area’s most desirable submarkets, and is near highly rated public schools. This garden-style community offers a mix of attractive, well-appointed one- and two-bedroom apartment homes featuring fireplaces, vaulted ceilings, wood flooring and bay windows. Community amenities are highlighted by a resort-style swimming pool, clubhouse, volleyball court, tennis court, playground and car care center. Kislak’s planned enhancements at Twin Lakes include the addition of a gym and dog park, and a variety of interior upgrades.

“As a value-added opportunity in a location offering top-rated schools, small-town charm and close proximity to employment centers, Twin Lakes Apartments fits the model of Kislak investment properties throughout the Sun Belt,” Bartelmo said.

With this acquisition, the Kislak portfolio now includes five multifamily communities in Florida alone, and nearly 2,000 units in properties nationwide.

This Kislak Organization is backed by more than a century of real estate experience, and has established a successful track record of acquiring, repositioning and managing multifamily properties. Attention to detail and commitment to community are cornerstones of the organization. Its highly regarded JIK Properties operations team is known for efficient and effective property management and oversight, and for its ability to enhance community value for residents and investors.

“We are eager to bring Kislak’s personal, high-quality touch to the Twin Lakes community as we continue looking for additional opportunities in the Tampa area,” Bartelmo said. “Kislak has been in Florida for more than 60 years; we know and understand the multifamily market here.”

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About The Kislak Organization

Established in 1906, the privately held Kislak Organization is based in Miami, Florida. Its primary lines of business are multifamily apartment community ownership and management, tax certificate investment funds, and multifamily and commercial real estate brokerage in the Northeast. The organization invests and operates nationwide on behalf of the Kislak family and its partners. For more information, visit http://www.kislak.com.

Rental Contact:

Twin Lakes Apartments

31790 US Highway 19 North

Palm Harbor, Florida 34684

727 785 7812 / twinlakes(at)jikproperties(dot)com

http://www.twinlakesapts.com

http://www.jikproperties.com























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Free Training on April 27 to Dog Owners in the DC/MD/VA/PA Area to Help Them Stop the Pulling on the Leash, with a Non-Abusive Technique – Prizes Awarded to Those Who Show the Best Improvements

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Thurmont, MD (PRWEB) April 11, 2005

The author/trainer Mogens Eliasen from K9joy®, BC, Canada offers a FREE training session to teach dog owners how to train their dog not to pull on the leash while being walked. Prizes (up to $ 800 value) will be awarded by K9joy® to the ten dog owners who accomplish the greatest improvement in their dogs’ leash manners using the positive methods Mogens is famous for.

Time: April 27, 6-10:30 PM EST

Location: Rambler Inn, Thurmont, Maryland

The session is a tribute to Mogens’ newly released book “Don’t Pull on the Leash!”. All participants in the training/contest will get a copy of it on CD.

No pain – no abuse – no choke chains – no halties – no electronics – no “special devices” of any kind will be allowed. All work will be done with an ordinary buckle collar and a solid leash.

Mogens Eliasen is on a mission to raise the level of consciousness for dog owners to recognize and respect the dog’s nature. He is providing a series of courses and seminars in Thurmont, MD from April 27 to May 08, including the free leash training. The MD visit is part of a tour from St. Louis, MO till Ottawa, Canada.

“Dogs are intelligent animals that need mental stimulation and challenges in order to stay in harmony with themselves and their environment – in my experience, 90-95% of all behavioral problems originate in inadequate mental stimulation”, says Mogens.

“Dogs need more than food and shelter, and some petting. They need to be appreciated as valuable members in a pack/family with competent leadership, and they need to work with their instincts.”

More details about the Free Training Session and Contest, including the prizes and how to register, at

http://k9joy.com/dogtraining/LeashPullingContest.php

More about the book “Don’t Pull on the Leash!” at

http://k9joy.com/DontPullOnTheLeash

More about the events in Maryland at

http://k9joy.com/dogtraining/Maryland.php

Mogens Eliasen’s bio at http://k9joy.com/mogensbio.html

Information about K9joy at http://k9joy.com.

Mogens Eliasen can normally be contacted through K9joy® at 250-428-4210 after 9 AM PST.

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The Radial-Shape Wireless Electric Dog Fence from Havahart Wireless Provides the Largest Roaming Area of Any Circular-Shaped Dog Fence

The Radial-Shape Wireless Electric Dog Fence from Havahart Wireless Provides the Largest Roaming Area of Any Circular-Shaped Dog Fence














Introducing The Havahart Wireless Radial-Shape Wireless Electric Dog Fence


Lititz, PA (Vocus) June 22, 2010

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The comfortable, waterproof Collar houses a custom rechargeable battery, two connection probes and a state-of-the-art radio transceiver with advanced antenna assembly. Because the Collar is motion activated, it will conserve battery life when your dog is not moving.

The Radial-Shape Wireless Electric Dog Fence from Havahart® Wireless is available for $ 349 and comes with removable wall mount adhesive strips, instructional DVD, collar tester, battery charger, rechargeable batteries, training flags and more.

For more information, please visit:

Havahart® Radial-Shape Wireless Electric Dog Fence

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About Havahart® Wireless

After more than 8 years of research and development and numerous patents, Havahart® Wireless and its partners successfully developed the latest generation in wireless dog fence technology with an instant circular dog fence that expands up to a 400 foot radius and the world’s first wireless dog fence that shapes to any yard. Both systems are designed to address the consumer’s need for a reliable, user-friendly, economical fencing solution capable of providing an extended dog roaming area not found in the industry today.

Pioneering Accomplishments:

The first circular-shaped digital wireless electric dog fence with a Roaming Area of up to a 400 foot radius.
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Patent pending time-of-flight ranging technology tracks the real-time distance of up to 2 dogs.

Havahart® Wireless is a registered trade mark of Woodstream Corp.

About Woodstream Corp.

Woodstream Corporation is a long-standing, privately held company and a leading manufacturer and marketer of quality-branded wild bird feeders, rodent control products, caring control products for pets and wildlife, decorative garden accents & natural solutions for lawn and gardens.

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Keeping a dog is not always easy. Aside from all the health concerns that you have to address regularly, you also have the responsibility to train your dog so that he won’t be an inconvenience to other people including yourself. Fortunately, there are hundreds of dog training school available today.

If you are one of the many people who simply have no time to train their dogs, you can hire professionals in dog training schools to do the job for you. These trainers know how to handle your dog with care and respect during the entire training process.

First is to find the perfect school for your dog. Research all the dog schools in your area thoroughly. Find the best by making sure that the school is credited and employs licensed dog trainers. Choose the school with no records of customer complaints but with a rich history of satisfied customers.

Visit the school yourself in order to check the facilities and the location. Make sure that the school grounds provide a safe place for your dog to learn and enjoy. Fenced locations are important because they ensure that your dog will remain in the school premises. Clean schools are also recommended because it ensures that your dog will remain clean while he or she is being trained in school.

Find out the instructing methods. There are many types of dog training so find out what the trainers approach is before enrolling your dog in that school. Choose those that allow the trainer to bond with your dog as well as mild admonition approaches that will never involve hurting your dog in any way.

Choose the school that took years to build a reputation. Read testimonials and customer reviews that will give you an idea of how the school works. Finally, trust your gut instincts and go for the school that you feel the most comfortable with.

For more information about dog training schools, Jose Sanborn suggests dog training books and therapy dog training .

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