Cities in Texas, North Carolina and Florida are among the nation’s 10 best in terms of future growth potential and liquidity, according to the Urban Land Institute’s annual report on Emerging Trends in Real Estate.
Dallas/Fort Worth took the number one spot on the highly regarded list, which is based on insight and analysis gleaned from hundreds of surveys and interviews conducted with real estate professionals nationwide. Additional markets forecast for predictable growth include Raleigh-Durham, N.C. (No. 3), Orlando, Fla. (No. 4), Austin, Texas (No. 6), and Charlotte, N.C. (No. 8). The surprising dark horse on the list was Tampa, Fla., which cracked the top-10 for the first time in four decades.
On a broader economic level, 80 percent of those surveyed for the Urban Land Institute report foresee a good or excellent outlook for CRE in 2019.
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