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With financial difficulties ending, commercial property shines

Even though our South Florida readers have seen time and time again ample evidence that the residential real estate sector has been performing admirably over the last year or so, it seems that the commercial real estate market is playing catch-up. The numbers concerning commercial property, such as retail sites, industrial property, warehouses and especially office buildings, pale in comparison to the red-hot residential sales and development figures. However, the gap may be closing.

Is your doctor located next to your favorite retail center?

Many of our South Florida readers know that one of the keys to running a successful business enterprise is the ability to change with the times. The inability to do so can lead to financial difficulties at best, and bankruptcy at the worst. A recent article focused on the changes many South Florida medical care providers are making, and that includes staking out commercial real estate in prime locations.

Does the sale of a Margate retail center signal a rebound?

Most of our readers probably know by now that the South Florida real estate market has been hot for months. Residential real estate values continue to climb, and there really isn't an end sight. Although some have expressed concern about the uptick in residential real estate development and the potential that it may flood the market all over again, times are good right now. But what about commercial real estate?

Commercial property owners still face financial difficulties

Real estate in South Florida is hot. At least that's what many of our previous posts here have detailed. However, while it may be true that residential real estate is a seller's market, the exact opposite appears to be true for commercial real estate.

Office buildings and retail property take a backseat

Even though the South Florida residential real estate has been popping in recent months, there appears to be a bit of a downside when it comes to the region's property market. According to a recent report, the commercial real estate market is not coming along quite as quickly as the residential market.

Will the South Florida commercial real estate market heat up too?

Many of our South Florida readers who are familiar with previous posts here have seen plenty of good news regarding the residential real estate market in the area. Despite the continuing malaise of the housing market throughout much of the country, with a recovery only coming at a snail's pace, the market in South Florida has been hot for months and is only getting hotter. Well, on the heels of all of that good news regarding the residential real estate market, a report has been issued recently which predicted that the commercial real estate market will continue to improve as well.

The beginnings of a commercial real estate rebound in Florida?

The glut of vacant commercial real estate during the nation's recent economic downturn was arguably just as troubling as residential foreclosures. Development deals stalled, and office buildings sat vacant with no tenants. But now it appears that South Florida may be ready to lead the nation on the path to recovery in both residential and commercial markets.

Florida commercial real estate may be near an upswing

Readers in Broward County may be interested to hear that a panel of commercial real estate professionals and municipal officials recently met to discuss the future of commercial real estate in South Florida. They spoke at the annual Real Estate Outlook Conference in Fort Myers. The real estate professionals offered their insights, while the municipal officials described the business climate in each of their areas.

Various views on South Florida real estate in 2012

Last week, we touched on some contradictory trends that characterized South Florida real estate in 2011. For many Broward County residents who are seeking to close on a real estate transaction, the statistics reported by the Miami Board of Realtors might be a bit baffling. What, then, can Florida residents expect regarding real estate transactions in 2012?

Residential and commercial real estate still lagging in Southeast

Most of those who work in commercial real estate in Florida already know the state has seen a dramatic shift downward over the last several years. That fact was recently made clearer, as Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta President Dennis Lockhart suggested that the economy in the Southeastern United States is lagging behind the overall U.S. recovery because of the region's more severe real estate slump. The slump includes both residential and commercial real estate.

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