Florida was rated as the best state for starting a small business by the U.S. Census Bureau. With a job growth rate of 1.2 percent for small businesses and more than 70 percent of the state’s businesses being small, Florida is ideal for starting a small business or buying property to lease to small businesses. There are several cities that are continually growing with new businesses and commercial real estate.
While over 75 percent of this city’s businesses are small, it is also home to several large corporations. Job growth is on the rise, and the city maintains a good economy. Skyline spaces are good investments for landlords and property buyers. There are a wide variety of smaller office, restaurant, medical, industrial and retail spaces priced at affordable rates throughout the city.
People who prefer to start a small business or buy business property as landlords in a smaller town will like Punta Gorda. While this city is smaller than the major cities in Florida, it maintains a strong 2 percent growth rate for small businesses. It also placed at 67 on a Forbes list of the top cities in the U.S. to start a small business.
This town has been growing at a rapid rate. In just one decade, its population more than doubled. Nearly 80 percent of the city’s companies are small businesses, and the job growth rate for small businesses is an astounding 13 percent. For property buyers and landlords, there are plenty of existing commercial real estate spaces of all types as well as vacant land parcels.
To find current commercial property for sale in Florida, contact Retail Solutions Advisors. RSA helps buyers find the right properties for their needs. They also offer leasing services, asset management, financial services and much more. Contact RSA today for information about Florida commercial real estate.