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Capital markets activity in South Florida peaked in 2016

  • There were a number of major deals that closed in all three markets in 2016, leading to the strongest year of capital markets activity on record in the area. In 2016 South Florida saw 12.9 percent of its inventory change hands for a total transaction value of more than $3 billion.
  • Interestingly, while Miami-Dade and Broward County both have experienced a decline in investment so far this year, Palm Beach County, is on track for another big year. Year-to-date 10.7 percent of the inventory in the County has traded hands.
  • While Palm Beach County has seen a higher percentage of its inventory trade since 2013 (47.1 percent), Miami-Dade has seen the highest dollar amount at nearly $5 billion in transactions. This is more than the combined value for Broward and Palm Beach County over the same period. ​

Source: JLL Research​




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