Despite the hardships faced over the past 18 months during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Antelope Valley’s real estate markets are rebounding, and the outlook is positive.
That was one message during Wednesday’s Semi-Annual Forum from the Antelope Valley Economic Development and Growth Enterprise, or AV EDGE.
The virtual gathering presented information from local experts on real estate, aerospace, water and digital connectivity, as well as legislative updates from regional officials.
As with society as a whole, the pandemic has had ripple effects — good and bad — on real estate.
“Overall the Antelope Valley commercial market is mostly stable in the office and retail sectors, with industrial and multifamily sectors leading the way to growth,” and indicators suggest these trends will continue into…