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South Florida CRE Out Performing Other Markets Entering 2023

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Although other major CRE markets in the U.S. are struggling with rising inflation and interest rates, South Florida’s industrial, office and retail sectors are holding steady thanks to low vacancy rates, rising average asking rents and bountiful sales volume. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

CRE Predictions For 2023: Distress, Opportunity And Another ‘Roller Coaster’ Year

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Pointing in the opposite direction from a year ago, the Federal Reserve has pushed its benchmark rate to 4.5% after starting 2022 near zero. This rapid change in the state of affairs has ground sales volume to a standstill and killed deals around the country. So what will happen in 2023 in CRE according to real estate professionals? It will be a lot of ups and downs and expect the unexpected. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Emerging Trends In Real Estate Report: Commercial Real Estate Enters Its “New Normal” Period

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In little surprise, the Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2023 report from the Urban Land Institute and PwC US focuses on the way the commercial real estate industry has evolved since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020. The report also looks at the more recent headwinds facing the CRE industry, rising inflation rates and persistently high inflation. CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE

Impact Of Rising Interest Rates Mixed On Commercial Real Estate

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A period of record growth was fueled by inbound migration, strong consumer spending and record low interest rates — all of which drove billions of dollars invested in the development of millions of square feet of commercial real estate. Much of this was brought on by the pandemic. Now, the pandemic has subsided and the South Florida CRE market has come to a moment of reckoning. Or has it? CLICK ON THE HEADLINE FOR MORE