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Fort Lauderdale Retail Research Report

Broward County, Third Quarter 2015

Retail operations in Broward County will continue to advance through the remainder of the year as employers pick up the pace of hiring in the second half. Despite modest job creation in the first six months, retail sales have grown 5.3 percent annually as momentum from job gains during the last two years boosts consumer confidence.More

Miami Retail Research Report

Miami-Dade County, Third Quarter 2015

Healthy job growth and robust market operations indicate another strong year for the Miami-Dade County retail market. The biggest relative employment gains were registered in the leisure and hospitality sector as hotels and entertainment companies expanded staff to accommodate for heightened tourist activity.More

Orlando Retail Research Report

Orlando Metro Area, Third Quarter 2015

Accelerating job growth has lifted household formation and retail spending in the Orlando metro, supporting occupancy in shopping centers to levels not seen in nearly a decade. Employment has been particularly robust in trade positions and in the leisure and hospitality sectors.More

Tampa Retail Research Report

Tampa-St. Petersburg Metro Area, Third Quarter 2015

Favorable demographics and rising sales are attracting retailers to the metro and activating developers. Strong job growth has contributed to household formation as well increased household incomes during the last four quarters.More

Apartment Outlook Research Report

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National Report, Summer 2015

Maturing employment cycle supports apartment demand. Steady hiring since the end of the recession has lifted apartment demand more directly than other commercial property types. As job formation, rising consumer confidence and modest wage growth take hold, apartment demand drivers will maintain momentum.More

Retail Outlook Research Report

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National Report, Summer 2015

Consumer confidence continues upward trend. Despite monthly swings, consumer confidence has consistently increased since the end of the recession six years ago.More