According to national property broker Redfin, listings of homes for sale in the several Southwest Florida cities like the Cape Coral-Fort Myers metropolitan area have recovered after plunging in the wake of Hurricane Ian last fall, and sales have begun to bounce back.
According to new research by national commercial property broker Lee and Associates, there was a sharp first-quarter decline in U.S. tenant demand for industrial space as wholesalers and retailers reconsider their inventory levels out of caution over the economic outlook.
Based on new research by CoreLogic, more than 22,282 pending mortgage transactions currently in progress in Florida's 20 affected counties are in jeopardy from storm surge and flooding caused by the recent hurricane, Ian. Nearly 14,000 are purchase transactions where the state's average home sales price is $452,000 (as of June 2022).
According to new data analysis by CoreLogic, total flood and wind losses are between $41 billion and $70 billion. This estimate includes wind loss, re-evaluated insured and uninsured storm surge loss and newly calculated inland flood loss for residential and commercial properties.
As Hurricane Ian makes landfall in Southwest Florida today, property data company CoreLogic now estimates that 7,201,572 single- and multifamily residences (SFRs and MFRs) with a combined total reconstruction value (RCV) of $1.6 trillion are within the "moderate" and "high" flash flood risk bands, as forecasted by NHC.
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