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If you’re like most people, you have mixed feelings about the recent rise of artificial intelligence technology. Our curiosity about AI is tempered by confusion and anxiety about its future ...
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Long-time Florida residents know not to put much stock into these predictions, as a catastrophic storm can occur even in the mildest of years. For commercial property owners in areas susceptible to natural disasters like hurricanes, earthquakes, fires, or floods, determining the risk related to these hazards should be completed regularly, and the results used to fortify a physical structure and the operations within it.
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With different economic signals from many different sources, we need to remind ourselves that a recession can bring varying effects to different sectors of the economy, as well as to different geographical regions. Our area was one of the hardest-hit in the country during the Great Recession, so it’s understandable for Southwest Floridians to be anxious about the prospect of another economic downturn.
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Although most traces of the pandemic have faded, its societal impact still lingers. In 2020, the American workforce that primarily worked from home grew form 6% to 35%, proving that remote work models could indeed be productive, while also providing a glimpse into the future of the changing American office. As managers struggle to trust their employees’ productivity, the office sector is facing a critical chapter of necessary adaptation, evolution, and recalibration.
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Our role goes far beyond simply buying, selling, and leasing real estate.  We provide our clients with nuanced insights from our experience and knowledge of local market and economic drivers, combined with local and global research and analytic. This empowers them to make smart decisions, whether they’re seeking to buy or sell an investment property, relocate a business, or develop a previously vacant parcel and helping to architect our region’s commercial development landscape.
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Our role goes far beyond simply buying, selling, and leasing real estate.  We provide our clients with nuanced insights from our experience and knowledge of local market and economic drivers, combined with local and global research and analytic. This empowers them to make smart decisions, whether they’re seeking to buy or sell an investment property, relocate a business, or develop a previously vacant parcel and helping to architect our region’s commercial development landscape.
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Record low vacancy rates, combined with a continued population surge in the region, have driven local demand for commercial property to historic levels. In contrast, high interest rates, inflation, and hybrid work conditions have made the commercial property outlook in other parts of the nation much less positive. We are taking the opportunity to reflect on some of the landmark transactions we’ve overseen during the last 12 months and what they mean for Southwest Florida.
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Hurricane Ian changed the course of development in Southwest Florida. With more than $5 billion in estimated damages in Lee County alone, our region is focused not just on building but rebuilding. The hurricane will accelerate growth in our region, thanks to infrastructure funding that will bolster our regional emergency preparedness. Where will we see growth in 2023? Continue reading for our five commercial property trends to watch.
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Ask the average Southwest Floridian what they dislike most about our region, and you’ll often hear the same answer over and over again: traffic. Fortunately, work-from-home initiatives, new transportation corridors, and employers who have relocated to more commuter-friendly locations have relieved some of the congestion. For those still frustrated by traffic, we have good news: More relief is coming from the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT). Read more about how population growth will change the transportation infrastructure in our region.
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