Mon, 08/11/2008 - 8:46am
There has been a little decline in the economy of Florida recently (which state hasn’t experienced that, anyway?), but people continuously flock to the area—either as tourists or permanent residents. This continuous flow of visitors guarantees that Central Florida would be back on its feet in no time and that the Central Florida commercial real estate would remain as stable as it had been. Besides, the Orlando Economic Development Commission continuously introduces new high-tech industries that promise a healthier economy. With all these developments taking place right now, it wouldn’t be impossible for Central Florida to become not only a leading tourist destination but also a leading commercial spot.
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