Florida Rental Vacancy Rates on The Move

Posted on 06. Dec, 2011 by in News, Property Management Companies

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Are Vacancy rates on the rise in Florida? According to the U.S. Census Bureau they are. Rental Vacancy rates in Florida are on pace to close the year at a higher vacancy rate than the 4th Quarter of 2010 vacancy rate of 13.8%.  The 2010 third quarter Florida Vacancy rate was 13.2%

In 2011 the third quarter vacancy rate average was close to an all time high in the state at 15.1%.Typically Jacksonville, Orlando and Tampa-St Petersburg, Clearwater area average the highest rental vacancy rates in the state.  In 2009 Jacksonville vacancy rate averaged 15.9% and Orlando averaged a Whopping 22.8% while St Pete-Clearwater and Tampa came in at a much lower 12.4% average.
With the current U.S. Census vacancy rate at 15.1% what do you think the vacancy percentage will close at for 2011? Will drop or rise?

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Source: U.S. Census Bureau

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