Uncertainty keeps Florida real estate down
A slump in the real estate market is expected for a second consecutive quarter. A survey from the University of Florida Bergstrom Center for Real Estate says real estate experts and investors see a glum future in most of the real estate markets in Florida. Center Director Tim Becker says economic uncertainty is to blame.
He says high unemployment and foreclosure rates have pushed occupancy in rental apartments up.
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