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NAR Market Summary

Commercial real estate sectors, hurt by weak job growth, are offering incentives in many areas that are conducive to business expansion, according to the National Association of Realtors®. Read the full article (NAR, August 26, 2010)

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Metrostudy reports increased new home starts but closings down

According to Metrostudy, construction began on 4,227 new homes in the San Antonio area in the first six months of 2010. The first half of the year saw 929 more new units than recorded in the same period last year.

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REOC San Antonio releases 2Q 2010 Medical market update

Source: REOC San Antonio

Reflecting both the challenging economy and the uncertainty regarding health care reform, leasing activity within San Antonio’s 5.8 million square feet of multi-tenant medical office space slowed in the second quarter.

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REOC San Antonio releases 2Q 2010 Retail stats

Source: REOC San Antonio

The anemic economy has many retailers languishing in the doldrums but the San Antonio market posted positive activity in the second quarter. New leases and expansions within the city’s 45 million square feet of retail inventory produced 61,950 square feet of positive net absorption led by the re-tenanting of […]

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REOC San Antonio releases 2Q 2010 industrial stats

Source: REOC San Antonio

Propped up by healthy leasing activity reported in the first three months of the year, the local industrial real estate market exhibited signs of forward momentum heading into the second quarter but economic uncertainty slowed the demand for space over the past three months.

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REOC San Antonio releases 2Q 2010 Office stats

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While most markets are still reeling from the recent recession and many are anxious about a potential double-dip in the economy, the San Antonio office market quietly experienced more than 380,000 square feet of positive net absorption in the second quarter which raised the year-to-date total to nearly half […]

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