Miami Commercial Real Estate Turns the Economic Corner According to New Report by CB Richard Ellis


There's a new study just released on Florida's commercial real estate future and surprisingly, the report has good news for Florida and even better news for the Miami-Dade area. According to CB Richard Ellis ’s Florida Market Perspective Mid-Year 2011 (read the full report below), Florida's commercial real estate appears to have turned the economic corner - although projections are for a slow recovery. Five years to heal, but the numbers seem to show that we've bottomed out.

So Who Is Reporting Things Are Getting Better in Miami's Commercial Real Estate Market?

CB Richard Ellis is an international real estate corporation headquartered in Los Angeles, with the reputation of being the largest real estate services firm in the world. Producing reports is part of what CB Richard Ellis does with great regularity, on a variety of issues, and its latest report on Florida's future will be considered by many in the industry as reliable.

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