Florida Commercial Real Estate Market Looks Good for Recovery

February 17, 2012 / Elizabeth Buckley, Commercial Property Analyst

In Florida, the commercial real estate market shows growth and is apparently headed towards recovery. Economists commenting on commercial real estate predict that the economic recession will be left behind in 2012. Commercial markets in the state of Florida are ready to move up once again.

Florida Commercial Real Estate Market Looks Good for Recovery

Surprisingly little impact was felt due to foreclosed properties as anticipated. Florida did not experience the mammoth effect that was anticipated in 2011. Now, it is the multifamily and real estate markets that will lead the economic recovery. Job growth is expected to be stimulated by new development and construction of commercial properties.

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