Will the UCF Market Run Out of Gas?

by Katie Sloan

Guyet provides the 2013 update to a yearly analysis of two Florida markets.

Paul GuyetPaul Guyet of Orlando-based Smith Equities Real Estate Investment Advisors has plumbed the depths of the rental markets at the University of Central Florida (UCF) and the University of South Florida (USF) to determine trends for the 2013-2014 school year and make educated predictions about forthcoming academic years. Guyet assembles data about occupancy rates, rents and development in Tampa and Orlando, two markets with universities boasting high enrollment. Next year, Guyet writes, ought to be better at Tampa’s USF because no new developments are planned to open in 2014, whereas a couple are expected to open next year at UCF, on the coat tails of three new communities that opened this year. Here is Guyet’s report in full:


USF and UCF 2013 2014.pdf

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