Centurion Spine opens first Florida location
While full employment continues in Volusia County, there are still plenty of new developments hitting the drawing board, including one that really catches your attention.
The jobs sector of the Volusia County economy has fully recovered from the hit it took with the Covid-19 pandemic, and even showed some improvement.
The needs of commercial urban agriculture operations in Florida have been relatively unknown, which led researchers to dig deeper at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Science.
One thing that makes the Volusia County real estate market unique is that there are so many opportunities to acquire waterfront properties.
Higher prices, low inventory and rising mortgage rates continue to limit sales of existing houses by Realtors in the Volusia-Flagler area.
The latest hospitality industry report is a repeat of last month with a sharp increase in bed tax collections showing lodging revenue continuing to grow in Volusia County.
Unemployment continued to plummet in April in Volusia County with the jobless rate dropping to 2.5%, down from 2.8% in March and 4.9% in April 2021.
Bed tax collections were up 25.67% in Volusia County in March from March 2021 as the county set a record with total collections for one month of $4,376,491.
Pigs cannot fly, but one might seem to hover over a new barbecue restaurant, next to a new ice cream shop in downtown Ormond Beach.
While inflation and the reduced Covid-19 pandemic threat continues to drive much of the huge increase in bed tax collections in Volusia County, there are other factors.
The jobs market report for Volusia County in January was about what you could expect with employment up sharply from last year, but down from December, according to the state labor agency.