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  • What Florida’s Sales Tax Decrease Means for Commercial Real Estate
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    For more information, contact: Chris Owen Director, Florida Research chris.owen@cushwake.com   Jason McCormick Analyst, Tampa jason.mccormick@cushwake.com   The post What Florida’s Sales Tax Decrease Means for Commercial Real Estate appeared first on Cushman & Wakefield Blog. Read more »
  • Report: Florida’s Employment Hotspots
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      Download Cushman & Wakefield’s Spotlight on U.S. Employment Report for more insight.   The post Report: Florida’s Employment Hotspots appeared first on Cushman & Wakefield Blog. Read more »
  • Florida Chapters of Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders Volunteer with Ronald McDonald House Charities
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    Our Efforts: Cushman & Wakefield Future Leaders (CWFL) chapters from each of our Florida markets recently took some time away from the office to make a positive impact in their local communities. The statewide effort was part of Cushman & Wakefield’s new Florida-wide initiative called Cushman Cares, in conjunction with CWFL’s Week of Giving.… Read more »
  • Florida Investment Sectors: Strengths & Weaknesses in 2019
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    By Chris Owen, Director of Research – Florida As we close out the first quarter of 2019, Florida’s economic strengths continue to power forward. New residents are migrating to our major markets, many due to expansion and hiring by companies throughout the state. The benefits to Florida’s real estate sector… Read more »
  • Florida’s Container Ports are Among the Top in the Nation for International Commerce
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    By Jason McCormick, Analyst Florida’s geographic location positions the state as an ideal hub for international commerce. The state’s dedication to becoming a leader in global trade has resulted in an impressive infrastructure including 15 deep-water seaports, 20 commercial service airports, 3,000 miles of rail, and a 122,000-mile highway system.… Read more »
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