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Vacancy decreases signal strong start to 2022

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Downtown improvements, settled foreclosures could help spur re-vitalization

Q1 2022 saw central Arkansas vacancy rates decrease across the board and sales activity is growing in a number of submarkets. Industrial sales and leases still lead the way, but large retail transactions such as the McCain Plaza Shopping Center sale are helping spur new activity. Multifamily sales also top the chart with some of the most significant transactions of the quarter.

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Vacancy decreases signal strong start to 2022

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