Posted by Mark Washburn on Saturday, March 4, 2006 at 12:34 PM By Mark Washburn / March 4, 2006 Comment
Many see seeing soft season If you have spent time stuck in traffic on US-41 lately, you will find it hard to believe that tourism officials are reporting a slower than normal season. Factors contributing to the tourism slowdown include a reduced number of airplane seats from key markets including Pittsburgh, Indianapolis and Boston and the continued shutdown of South Seas and its 1,000 daily guests. The quantifiable real estate activity numbers would indicate a slower than normal season......I wonder just how interrelated tourism and real estate are in SW Florida. Common sense would indicate that the growth of the real estate is highly dependent on new entrants to the market. These new market entrants often get the urge to enter the market while on vacation escaping frozen northern climate. Slow start for tourism season [News-Press]
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