Market Research

April 1, 2021 - Center for Business Analytics & Economic Research

The metropolitan Savannah area benefits from a diverse mix of industry and services, a history of sustainable population growth, and a moderate tax structure that combine to help the regional economy maintain a healthy balance and quality of life that continues to rate among the nation’s best.

March 16, 2021 - Georgia Southern University Economic Monitor

The Savannah metro area economy continued to bounce back during the closing quarter of 2020. Total regional employment rebounded strongly along with continued strength in port activity and logistics, but the tourism industry continues to struggle. High-contact service sector firms remain hobbled by the pandemic while manufacturing steadied.

February 18, 2021 - Savannah Warehouse Market

Savannah Warehouse/Distribution Market Data provided by REIS Real Estate Solutions by Moody Analytics. Key performance indicators, rent and vacancy trends, market inventory and more.

February 18, 2021 - Savannah Retail Market

Savannah Retail Market Data provided by REIS Real Estate Solutions by Moody Analytics. Key performance indicators, rent and vacancy trends, market inventory and more.

February 9, 2021 - Savannah Industrial Market

New industrial supply has outpaced demand over the past few years, a trend that is likely to continue in 2021.  And while Savannah’s leasing activity is punching above its weight compared to larger markets, it may not be enough to keep supply-side pressure from softening fundamentals in the market over the next several quarters. Despite the rising vacancy levels, rent growth has remained consistent, a sign that landlords are still bullish on Savannah’s ability to attract large firms and 3PLs.

February 8, 2021 - Savannah Retail Market

Vacancies are ticking higher in Savannah with big-box store closures particularly impacting the market. Demand has slowed in Savannah, but the cooling pipeline has helped keep any supply-side pressure at bay. As leasing activity from retailers and restaurants remains meager, landlords have had a more difficult time pushing rents, and annual rent growth has decelerated. With more permanent store and restaurant closures on the horizon, vacancies may continue to rise.

June 1, 2020 - Georgia Southern University Economic Monitor

The regional economy will experience sharp contraction in the second quarter, likely extending into the third quarter of 2020. The speed of rebound and recovery will be influenced primarily by how people react to governmental easing of restrictions on business activity. More substantial economic recovery will be delayed until
such time that business owners, employees and consumers develop a greater level of comfort interacting with each other in the public domain.