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RARCO Investment Properties, Inc.

Steven M. Weisberg, President
Licensed Florida Real Estate Broker
1988 to Present
Guided by the experienced hand of Steven Weisberg, RARCO Investment Properties has grown into one of the premier real estate investment and development companies in Florida. RARCO's expertise involves a full-cycle approach to real estate development, from initial determination of the client's requirements, through purchase, financing, planning, permitting, and final construction. Projects encompass the full spectrum from small vacant land parcels to commercial/industrial subdivisions, shopping centers and exclusive residential developments.

RARCO's major projects have involved companies such as Levitt and Sons, Lenar Inc., Toll Brothers, Inc., D.R. Horton, Bonita Bay Properties, Royal Public Properties and many independent developers and builders.

Past Training, Experience and Development

  • Lee County Division of Community Development, Site Plan Review Coordinator
  • Gee and Jenson Engineers, Architects and Planners, Inc., Senior Project Planner
  • Riverwood Development (Rolls Landing Project), Charlotte County, Florida, Project Manager
In 1983, Steven Weisberg became a Florida Licensed Real Estate Broker. Branching out into land development and sales, he developed a need to sharpen his skills in site selection, feasibility studies, re-zoning and development of investment properties. Steven created many General Partnerships and Trusts involving the purchase and sale of large investment properties.

Additionally, environmental factors became extremely important with the variety of waterfront and sensitive wetland issues associated with many of the projects produced.


Boston University, Boston, MA 1973-1977. Received BA Degree in June 1977 with a major in Urban Affairs and City Planning.  Various courses studied ranged from urban design, conceptual planning and technical drawing to economics, finance and demographics.