Blog Posts in October, 2014

  • Residential real estate demand may increase with population rise

    Florida continues to be a magnet, drawing people from all over the United States. This is a sign that the state is recovering well from a lengthy period of slow growth and economic sluggishness. It's also a sign that the state's residential real estate market will likely continue to grow and strengthen in the years ahead. The number of people born in Florida increased by a whopping 140,000 from ...
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  • Commercial real estate market looks positive in Florida

    Miami is one area of Florida that remains a hot spot when it comes to the real estate market. What's surprising is that the commercial real estate market continues to boom there despite the fact that Miami is at-risk for experiencing constant flooding later on in the 21st century. Companies, investors in real estate and residents alike continue to invest in South Florida long-term. Miami, in ...
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  • South Florida's residential real estate prices on the rise

    A real estate market where home prices are rising can be welcoming news to homeowners who are trying to sell their homes. It can also be encouraging for home buyers who would like to buy in a residential real estate area that appears to be on the upswing. Recent data shows that South Florida's home prices increased by 11 percent during the month of July when compared with July 2013. July's ...
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  • Florida commercial real estate may be in high demand in future

    A state's demographics can have a huge impact on the success of local business. These same demographics can affect the state's commercial real estate market. Right now, Florida's demographics appear to be stellar, so the state's future will likely be bright. It is projected that Florida this year will surpass the state of New York in terms of population. It is expected to have more than 19 million ...
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  • Commercial real estate market to grow in Florida

    According to economists, Florida is expected to experience economic growth over the next several years. In particular, about four or five years of economic growth will likely take place in the commercial real estate market, as rents are slated to rise and occupancy rates will probably be lower. This is just one piece of positive recent news for the state's real estate market. The main reason that ...
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