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Jan 12, 2017 at 11:12 o\clock

Technavio Announces Top Five Vendors in the Global Multifunction Printer Market from 2016 to 2020

LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Technavio has announced the top five leading https://www.walmart.com/c/kp/brother-inkjet-printers - https://www.walmart.com/c/kp/brother-inkjet-printers - vendors in their recent global

multifunction printer market (MFP) 2016-2020 report. This

research report also lists 14 other prominent vendors that are expected

to impact the market during the forecast period.

According to Technavio's report, the global MFP market is expected to

post a CAGR of over 5% by 2020. MFPs are attracting huge demand

worldwide, especially from the IT sector where a large portion of the

work is related to sharing information and documents. The flexibility of

MFPs helps firms to get documents on and off the network without

increasing costs. These devices are reliable, user-friendly, efficient,

and provide good-quality output.

Competitive vendor landscape

Though the global MFP market is led by only a few players, the

competition in the market is expected to intensify due to the increasing

presence of service providers along with SMBs and micro-businesses.

Vendors are expected to increase their portfolios by offering products

with unique features to emerging markets like APAC, where customers are

price sensitive and prefer long life span.

"Vendors such as HP, Canon, and Epson are gradually expanding their

business in emerging nations such as India and China, thus increasing

competition in the market. Market shares will vary based on region and

printer type," says Navin Rajendra, a lead analyst from Technavio's computing

devices research team.

Top five global multifunction printer market vendors

Canon

Canon markets, develops, and manufactures printers, MFPs, laser

printers, digital production printing systems, and document solutions.

In FY2014, Canon spent USD 2.92 billion toward R&D and generated revenue

of USD 35.31 billion.

Canon develops its printing products by using full-photolithography

inkjet nozzle engineering (FINE) technology. FINE technology enables the

company to achieve improvements in gradation expression, image quality,

and stability. It uses print head manufacturing technologies using

nano-precision semiconductor

exposure equipment.

For MFPs, FINE technology adopts electric field control technology for

simple architecture and improved image quality. This decreases the size

of MFPs by arranging toner cartridges horizontally instead of vertically.

HP

HP offers PCs, imaging and printing-related products, networking

products, enterprise IT infrastructure (enterprise servers and storage

technology), and multi-vendor customer services.

HP develops its printers with toner cartridges that are equipped with

the JetIntelligence toner chemistry technology. It also offers a

customized printing solution by using its HP thermal inkjet printing

technology.

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LaserJet Enterprise Flow MFPs products.

Seiko Epson

Seiko Epson develops, manufactures, and sells information-related

equipment, electronic devices, MFPs, printers, and precision products.

In FY2015, the company generated USD 9.83 billion in revenue.

The company develops its printers by using next-generation print head

technology, PrecisionCore, which offers superior output quality and

durability.

The company's main products in the market include WorkForce All-in-One

Printers, WorkForce Pro 8000 Series Muntifunction Printers, Expression

EcoTank Supertank All-in-one printers, and Expression Home All-in-One

Printers.

Brother International

Brother International offers printers, all-in-one or multifunction

solutions, fax machines, labeling solutions, scanners, home sewing and

embroidery solutions, mobile printers, industrial garment printers, and

industrial sewing machines. In FY2015, the company spent around USD

386.7 million on R&D activities and generated revenue of USD 6.43

billion.

The company uses advanced capillary tube printing technology in its

inkjet MFPs. The toner and drum system is used for its laser products.

Samsung

Samsung offers mono-laser printers, mono MFPs, color laser printers,

color MFPs, and A3 MFPs. In FY2014, the company generated USD 185.8

billion in revenue.

The company offers MFPs by using its improved NFC printing technology

and empowers its Smart MultiXpress series MFPs with limitless printing

app scalability on the Android OS. The Smart MultiXpress series MFP

constitutes the industry's first application of haptic technology.

The 14 other prominent vendors listed in Technavio's report include Lexmark,

Panasonic, Dell, Oki Data, Ricoh, Xerox, Kyocera, Kodak, Konica Minolta,

Olivetti, Sharp, Toshiba, Sindoh, and UTAX.

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About Technavio

Technavio is a leading global technology research and advisory company.

The company develops over 2000 pieces of research every year, covering

more than 500 technologies across 80 countries. Technavio has about 300

analysts globally who specialize in customized consulting and business

research assignments across the latest leading edge technologies.

Technavio analysts employ primary as well as secondary research

techniques to ascertain the size and vendor landscape in a range of

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and top-down approaches, besides using in-house market modeling tools

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value chain, including vendors, service providers, distributors,

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Jan 11, 2017 at 19:14 o\clock

U.S. Real Estate Predictions for 2015

Here we go again. But before I get started on real estate predictions for 2015, it's worth noting that my predictions for 2014 were 80% to 85% spot on. Not bad for a professional amateur who isn't paid by the economic think tanks to spew out their two cents worth on what to expect in the near future. You will note that there are only 7 predictions laid bare in this unofficial manifesto. Why you may ask? Simple. Who needs to be conventional when being unorthodox is so much cooler? The standard fare of 10 or 15 predictions is so, well.......so predictable. And the number 7 quite frankly is a lucky number. Which is much better than offering 13 predictions.

Prediction One: Mortgage Rates

This time next year the interest rate on a 30-year fixed rate mortgage will be about 5%. Right now --- as in yesterday, those loans at trending at about 4%. If you want it to be lower, then go out and get a 15-year fixed rate. That will fetch you about 100 basis points lower, which in fancy broker finance talk means 1 point lower or 3% for a 15-year fixed rate mortgage.

Prediction Two: House Prices

If you had to chart the slowdown in home appreciation over the past two years, you might as well slap a picture of the state of Florida on a graph chart. Not to be graphic, but the state of the housing industry is having a bit of erectile dysfunction. In 2013, the appreciation for household value was 9.3 percent, and in 2014, it was half as much with 4.5 percent. What to expect for 2015? Try 3 percent. The good news is that at least the rate of depreciation is slowing down. The bad news? It could be worse. Bottom line, I want what that investor is having. Which is to say, it's not too late to buy a home or an investment property even though the rate of appreciation is slowing, since in the end, appreciation is always a good thing. Hence, I'll have what that investor is having.

Predication Three: New Tract Homes

As a member of the NAHB (National Association of Home Builders), it always warms my heart that my dues are being well spent by the public relations department. Thus, in 2015, expect to see more roadside signs touting new tract home developments coming to a neighborhood near you. This new and improved housing industry will likely see an 18 to 20 percent increase in home starts compared to 2014. This robust activity means lots of sales activity, with many homes at the "starter" level being constructed, which means Millennials will finally be able to afford something, while their aging parents will have the option of scaling down their once large households, to single story 1,200 square foot homes.

Prediction Four: Real Estate Signs that Glow in the Dark

iBeacon technology is actually better then glow-in-the-dark real estate signs. What this technology does is draw consumers to retail outlets by way of notification on one's Android or PDA while perusing through a shopping district. It's like your mobile device gets a pop-up message when you pass a store that was a beaming device attached to the outside of its establishment. This technology works similar for home shoppers that are cruising through neighborhoods to see what's on the market, or actually attending open houses. When a realtor attaches one of these beaming devices on their real estate signs, it alerts a passersby of the homes amenities, a price reduction, or special financing terms. When the home shopper enters the home, it gets even more personal. Walk into the kitchen and get a pop-up message that the new granite counters were just installed. Walk into the bathroom, and learn of the new HGTV-esque remodel. You get the picture.

Prediction Five: Drone Technology is Still Up in the Air

In my predictions for 2014, I bellowed about the advent of drone technology and its use for real state professionals. Well, I was half-right. Just recently the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration), extended its original 2015 deadline on coming up with its own rules for commercial drones. The operative word here is "commercial", since many real estate brokers believe they are exempt from the FAA's commercial definition of drone use. Interestedly enough, the NAR (National Association of Realtors) instructed its members not to use drones, or to even think about hiring aerial photographers to take video of their listings. This obviously would have been a nice work around. Although the FAA and NAR have made it specifically clear that such transgressors are liable to be fined by the FAA, that hasn't stopped the well-intentioned. It is believed that the FAA has attempted to fine 2 people and lost in both cases in federal court.

Prediction Six: California and the Southwest will Lead in Home Appreciation

Many real estate prognosticators are heeding to Zillow, a leader in information and research analytics, which have predicted that large house gains will be dominated by California and the Southwest (Phoenix, Reno, Las Vegas, etc.) for 2015. More specifically and apparently, Zillow has a secret weapon. Their real estate forecasting tool has the ability to predict home appreciation based upon past home value data.

This is not good news if you live elsewhere, but expect those that were hit the hardest in the real estate bust of 2008 to make up for lost appreciation. Makes sense and totally logically, but least we not forget that upscale markets from Miami, New York, Chicago, Boston, to outliers like Austin to experience high growth as well. The sweet spot: Major markets and/or boutique locations not in California or the Southwest will likely hold their own.

Prediction Seven: Expect the Unexpected

When it comes to all things related real estate, some real estate forecasters have labeled the housing market in 2015 to be nothing short of mysterious. Certainly not a very technical word, but the word mysterious when used in the same sentence with real estate makes me nervous. However, some suggest that housing has reached an inflection point --- given that most homes in the US are at or above pre-bubble levels. Which begs the question: now what? Given that the real estate hangover is now long gone and markets cannot rely on the rebound effect, what now? Hence, there are many economic fundamentals and non-fundamentals that will affect the trajectory of home prices in 2015. I'll tell you in 2016 if that was true.

10 States Where No One Wants To Buy A Home

10. Pennsylvania

Building permits/total housing units: 0.15%

Decline in building permits 2005-2011: -60.29% (11th smallest)

Building permits 2011 YTD: 8,136

Total housing units: 5,567,315





At the beginning of 2011, a number of new, restrictive building codes went into effect in Pennsylvania. This caused a rush among builders to secure permits, with housing permits increasing a massive 117.8% between November and December 2010, according to the Philadelphia Federal Reserve. The state's housing market has not been doing well since. Permits issued from January to June 2011 fell 16% compared to the same six-month period one year earlier. The national average for permits issued in the first six months of 2011 compared to the first six months of 2011 is a decrease of 6%.

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Jan 9, 2017 at 13:58 o\clock

Recreational marijuana on the ballot in five states

It's on the ballot in California, Massachusetts, Maine, Arizona and Nevada. Voters will also decide whether it should be used for medical reasons in four other states.

It is the No. 1 illicit drug of choice for Americans, according to the 2014 National Survey on Drug Use, although only one-third of users reported an addiction to the substance, unlike most all the other illicit drugs used. Currently, it's legal to use recreational marijuana only in four states and in the District of Columbia. Colorado and Washington state voted to OK it in 2012. Alaska and Oregon voters approved it in 2014. Medical marijuana is legal in half of US states and is on state ballots this year in Montana, Florida and North Dakota. It will be on the ballot in Arkansas with two initiatives, but the results won't count for one of them, after the state Supreme Court struck the issue in October, due to invalid signatures. For the states where recreational use is legal, it seems to have been a boost to the economy. The marijuana industry created more than 18,000 full-time jobs last year and generated $2.39 billion in economic activity in Colorado, according to an analysis from the Marijuana Policy Group. There have also been some health consequences. Emergency rooms have seen a significant increase in adult marijuana-related exposure cases. The number of calls to poison control centers involving Colorado children has gone up, as has the number of children who've been taken to the hospital for treatment due to unintentional marijuana exposure, studies show. There have also been more school suspensions, marijuana-related traffic deaths, pet poisonings and lab explosions.

Here's what's on the ballot.

CaliforniaIf marijuana becomes legal in California, the world's sixth-largest economy and the country's most populous state, it could have the biggest impact on the national scene.

In 1996, the state was the first to make medical marijuana legal.

A "yes" on Proposition 64 would make it legal for people 21 or older to use it recreationally. There would be a 15% sales tax, and its cultivation would be taxed. The money would be used in part to study drug research, to study treatment and to help with enforcement of the law.

The state's two largest newspapers back the measure, as does the California Democratic Party, while Republicans are against it.

House Minority Leader Nancy http://www.las-vegas-nevada-lawyer-attorney-legal-injury-defense-directory.com/las-vegas-lawyers-attorneys-legal-defense-services.htm - Las Vegas attorneys - Pelosi told the Los Angeles Times Friday that she plans to vote in favor of it. That makes Pelosi the highest-ranking, sitting elected official in either political party to support legalizing a drug the federal government currently considers a Schedule 1 narcotic. A Schedule 1 narcotic is a drug with no currently accepted medical use and has a high potential for abuse. The category also includes heroin.MassachusettsMassachusetts already has some marijuana-friendly laws. Medical marijuana became legal in 2012, and a 2008 ballot measure replaced criminal penalties with civil penalties on adults who possess an ounce or less.Question 4, as the recreational use measure is called, would legalize it and allow the commonwealth to tax and regulate its use and sale, much like the way alcohol is handled. That means people 21 and older could use it, possess it or grow it. They can have under 10 ounces in their home and under 1 ounce in public and be allowed to grow six plants.

A number of politicians there support it, as does the American Civil Liberties Union.

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, a Republican, opposes legalization, as does Boston Mayor Marty Walsh, a Democrat. Baker argued that passage would exacerbate the state's opioid epidemic.

Roman Catholic bishops in Massachusetts also argued against legalization, saying it is "not a path civil society should chose to take."

The Boston Globe wrote in support of the ballot measure, arguing, "legal marijuana is coming. Let's get on with it."

MaineIn Maine, a "yes" on Question 1 would make it legal for a person https://smartchoiceslv.com/duilaws - https://smartchoiceslv.com/duilaws - 21 or older to use marijuana.

The state would put a 10% sales tax on the drug and allow social clubs and retail groups to sell it.

Maine legalized medical use of marijuana in 1999. Previous attempts to legalize it for recreational purposes have been unsuccessful.

The law would allow people to use it in a nonpublic space or in a private residence and institute a sales tax, with 98% of revenue from sales taxes going to a general fund.

Maine's governor is against the legislation, calling it "not just bad for Maine, it can be deadly." Supporters have raised more than $3.2 million to fight for it. The state's newspapers are divided on the issue.

Arizona

The battle for legalization in Arizona seems close, according to polls.

Medical marijuana has been legal in the state since 1996.

If voters pass Proposition 205, it would be similar to other state laws up for consideration. People 21 or older could possess up to 1 ounce and grow up to six plants in their homes.

The law would also create a Department of Marijuana Licenses and Control that would regulate, test and oversee sales.

People caught smoking it in public places would be fined, as would people who possessed more than the legal limit.

A 15% sales tax would be deposited in a Marijuana Fund and distributed to the Department of Marijuana Licenses and Control and to the Department of Revenue. School districts and the state health department would also get a part of the money.

NevadaIn Nevada, a "yes" on Question 2 would make recreational use of 1 ounce or less legal or one-eighth of an ounce or less of concentrated marijuana legal for people age 21 and older.

Medical marijuana was legalized in Nevada in 2000.

The law would allow stores, manufacturers and distributors to set up shop in the state.

People could also grow six plants for personal use as long as it was in an enclosed area with a lock. The law would create fines for growing marijuana within public view. You could also get fined for smoking it in a public place or in a moving vehicle.

No marijuana businesses would be allowed to set up shop within 1,000 feet of a school and 500 feet of a community facility.

Nevada would put a 15% excise tax on it. The money would go to support schools and the regulation of the drug.

A number of legislators and unions have voiced support for the measure. Conservative megadonor and casino owner Sheldon Adelson is against it. A number of legislators have voiced support for legalization, suggesting that it could bring additional tourist revenue to the state.

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Jan 6, 2017 at 00:40 o\clock

From the Experts: Practical Weight Loss Tips for 2017

DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--The New Year is a great time for a healthy, new start. But putting too

much pressure on yourself to lose weight might not be the best way to

start things off. That's according to the American

Board of Obesity Medicine (ABOM), which certifies doctors in the

field of obesity medicine.

Topping the list of this year's weight loss tips is the suggestion to

enjoy the New Year with family and friends and get your life in order -

before pouring on the pressure to lose weight and get in shape. Here are

ABOM's 2017 practical weight loss tips:

Note to Editors: To arrange for an interview with an ABOM board member

or physician, or to have these tips customized for your outlet or

readership/viewership, please email dan@armadamedical.com

or sara@armadamedical.com.

1. Make a Q2 Resolution

Consider pushing back your New Year's resolution a few months. Many of

us are already energized with the New Year, making healthy behavior

changes more likely to happen naturally in Q1 (January, February and

March). But for most, this energy dissipates by March or April, and many

New Year's resolutions are long gone. Consider rolling with your

new-found, new-year energy now, enjoy the time with family and friends,

get new projects underway or out of the way, and then make a "Q2

resolution" in April or May, when otherwise you'd be fading.

2. Plan 30 Minutes of Activity Each Day

The rest of the day is all yours! Purposeful movement should be on your

calendar each day. If you don't move it, you lose it (muscle tone);

exercise is vital for long-term weight management. If you can handle

moderate to vigorous exercise, that's even better! This is especially

important when fighting the tendency to regain weight after significant

weight loss.

3. Get Seven to Eight Hours of Sleep Each Night

Going to bed and waking up at about the same time each day makes it

easier to get your body into a sleep pattern. It also keeps stress

hormones, such as cortisol, low and under control, and a good night's

sleep leaves you refreshed and ready for the next day.

4. Eat Protein and Veggies First at Every Meal

Studies show that starting each meal this way makes you feel fuller,

longer. And having healthy protein for breakfast - think eggs or egg

whites, nuts, low-fat dairy products and soy products - will energize

the body and reduce your appetite throughout the day. Don't start meals

with bread or other carbohydrates, which can act as empty calories that

don't fill you up. If you must have them, wait until the end of the meal.

5. Aim for Daily Consistency

Many patients follow a weight-loss program quite well during the week,

but struggle during unstructured time on the weekends. Strive for daily

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physician certified by the American Board of Obesity Medicine has

undergone the training required to better care for patients struggling

with weight and obesity issues. This designation represents the highest

level of achievement in the field of obesity medicine, and it ensures

they have the knowledge and skills needed to treat the most prevalent

chronic disease in America today.

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Dec 25, 2016 at 20:50 o\clock

Real Estate Price Forecast: City by City

Last Updated Mar 2, 2010 6:31 PM EST

When will the value of your house finally start climbing again? Below are exclusive forecasts compiled by financial services company Fiserv for 384 real estate markets across the United States. For the most part, the numbers are moving higher -- Boston suburbs and parts of Washington state are expected to see sharp gains, and the San Francisco Bay Area is positively booming. While there may be more pain to come in hard-hit Vegas and Miami, at least the double-digit losses are expected to end. Even Salinas, Calif., where home prices were cut by more than half when the bubble burst, is forecast to see a modest increase in prices by next fall.

"We are still trying to sort through how much of this new housing demand was caused by government stimulus and how much was intrinsic," says Mark Fleming, chief economist at First American Core Logic, a real estate research company. He says that, in general, diversified economies (think Boston) have bounced back better than areas that rely on one industry (think Michigan). Miami will bounce back, Fleming says, because hey, it's Miami. It always bounces back. Big picture? For the foreseeable future, Fleming expects the real estate market to be more tortoise than hare. "We need slow, sustainable growth."

The list below is based on metro areas as defined by the federal government. So your town may be part of a larger area, listed under the name of your county or a nearby city.

Forecast: Change in Home Prices

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Metro Area

Q3:2009

to

Q3:2010

Q3:2010

to

Q3:2011

AK

Anchorage

1.5%

5.1%

AK

Fairbanks

2.1%

4.6%

AL

Anniston-Oxford

-1.5%

-0.1%

AL

Auburn-Opelika

-2.2%

-0.3%

AL

Birmingham-Hoover

-2.4%

0.2%

AL

Decatur

-2.1%

-0.1%

AL

Dothan

-1.3%

0.2%

AL

Florence-Muscle Shoals

-1.6%

0.7%

AL

Gadsden

-2.1%

-0.8%

AL

Huntsville

-1.8%

0.7%

AL

Mobile

-1.4%

0.7%

AL

Montgomery

-2.2%

1.0%

AL

Tuscaloosa

-2.3%

0.6%

AR

Fayetteville-Springdale-Rogers

-4.1%

-0.7%

AR

Fort Smith-OK

-1.8%

0.2%

AR

Hot Springs

-1.3%

0.4%

AR

Jonesboro

0.2%

0.7%

AR

Little Rock-North Little

Rock-Conway

-1.4%

0.2%

AR

Pine Bluff

-0.6%

1.0%

AZ

Flagstaff

-9.2%

3.6%

AZ

Lake Havasu City-Kingman

-9.7%

0.2%

AZ

Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale

-26.6%

1.7%

AZ

Prescott

-18.2%

2.6%

AZ

Tucson

-9.8%

4.6%

AZ

Yuma

-9.4%

1.0%

CA

Bakersfield

-4.8%

6.9%

CA

Chico

-9.3%

7.5%

CA

El Centro

-11.8%

10.3%

CA

Fresno

-5.8%

5.8%

CA

Hanford-Corcoran

-31.4%

-2.5%

CA

Los Angeles-Long

Beach-Glendale

-17.6%

10.1%

CA

Madera-Chowchilla

-13.9%

4.8%

CA

Merced

-4.8%

14.7%

CA

Modesto

-6.0%

12.5%

CA

Napa

-4.5%

15.7%

CA

Oakland-Fremont-Hayward

-17.5%

14.9%

CA

Oxnard-Thousand

Oaks-Ventura

-11.9%

9.6%

CA

Redding

-7.5%

9.7%

CA

Riverside-San

Bernardino-Ontario

-11.9%

9.4%

CA

Sacramento-Arden-Arcade-Roseville

-10.9%

5.7%

CA

Salinas

-5.2%

11.2%

CA

San Diego-Carlsbad-San

Marcos

-18.7%

13.3%

CA

San Francisco-San

Mateo-Redwood City

-20.1%

14.1%

CA

San Jose-Sunnyvale-Santa

Clara

-18.9%

7.3%

CA

San Luis Obispo-Paso

Robles

-7.4%

7.9%

CA

Santa Ana-Anaheim-Irvine

-21.3%

9.7%

CA

Santa Barbara-Santa

Maria-Goleta

-6.1%

11.8%

CA

Santa Cruz-Watsonville

-13.8%

9.0%

CA

Santa Rosa-Petaluma

-12.7%

6.4%

CA

Stockton

-6.2%

9.1%

CA

Vallejo-Fairfield

-9.3%

8.7%

CA

Visalia-Porterville

-1.0%

6.8%

CA

Yuba City

-7.9%

4.3%

CO

Boulder

-5.3%

5.7%

CO

Colorado Springs

-3.3%

4.9%

CO

Denver-Aurora-Broomfield

-6.4%

3.1%

CO

Fort Collins-Loveland

-5.0%

5.6%

CO

Grand Junction

-9.3%

1.6%

CO

Greeley

-2.7%

2.7%

CO

Pueblo

-1.2%

6.0%

CT

Bridgeport-Stamford-Norwalk

-7.0%

4.2%

CT

Hartford-West Hartford-East

Hartford

-4.2%

4.7%

CT

New Haven-Milford

-5.0%

4.1%

CT

Norwich-New London

-7.3%

3.5%

DC

Washington-Arlington-Alexandria,

-15.0%

8.4%

DE

Dover

-8.3%

-1.4%

DE

Wilmington-MD-NJ

-8.7%

2.1%

FL

Bradenton-Sarasota-Venice

-17.9%

6.6%

FL

Cape Coral-Fort Myers

-14.3%

4.4%

FL

Deltona-Daytona

Beach-Ormond Beach

-20.5%

3.3%

FL

Fort Lauderdale-Pompano

Beach-Deerfield Beach

-31.5%

1.0%

FL

Fort Walton

Beach-Crestview-Destin

-21.1%

2.9%

FL

Gainesville

-19.7%

-1.7%

FL

Jacksonville

-14.5%

2.3%

FL

Lakeland-Winter Haven

-10.6%

5.5%

FL

Miami-Miami Beach-Kendall

-33.2%

-0.9%

FL

Naples-Marco Island

-24.5%

3.9%

FL

Ocala

-9.0%

3.5%

FL

Orlando-Kissimmee

-20.8%

1.5%

FL

Palm

Bay-Melbourne-Titusville

-7.8%

6.3%

FL

Palm Coast

-8.8%

4.8%

FL

Panama City-Lynn

Haven-Panama City Beach

-10.1%

5.9%

FL

Pensacola-Ferry Pass-Brent,

FL

-22.3%

1.2%

FL

Port St. Lucie

-14.7%

6.4%

FL

Punta Gorda

-9.4%

5.1%

FL

Sebastian-Vero Beach

-11.8%

3.5%

FL

Tallahassee

-8.3%

1.0%

FL

Tampa-St.

Petersburg-Clearwater

-18.7%

2.8%

FL

West Palm Beach-Boca

Raton-Boynton Beach

-28.7%

2.8%

GA

Albany

-2.4%

-0.3%

GA

Athens-Clarke County

-3.1%

-1.6%

GA

Atlanta-Sandy

Springs-Marietta

-4.7%

0.8%

GA

Augusta-Richmond County,

GA-SC

-1.7%

0.0%

GA

Brunswick

-2.5%

0.5%

GA

Columbus-AL

0.0%

3.8%

GA

Dalton

-2.7%

-0.7%

GA

Gainesville

-3.4%

-0.2%

GA

Hinesville-Fort Stewart

-7.5%

-0.4%

GA

Macon

-1.6%

0.4%

GA

Rome

-2.4%

-0.5%

GA

Savannah

-3.2%

-0.3%

GA

Valdosta

-1.6%

-0.4%

GA

Warner Robins

-2.3%

-0.1%

HI

Honolulu

-6.9%

4.5%

IA

Ames

-2.9%

-1.2%

IA

Cedar Rapids

-2.1%

-0.5%

IA

Davenport-Moline-Rock

Island-IL

-2.6%

-0.9%

IA

Des Moines-West Des Moines

-3.1%

-1.2%

IA

Dubuque

-2.2%

-1.3%

IA

Iowa City

-3.1%

-1.9%

IA

Sioux City-NE-SD

-2.7%

-1.4%

IA

Waterloo-Cedar Falls

-3.4%

-2.6%

ID

Boise City-Nampa

-9.9%

1.2%

ID

Coeur d'Alene

-7.6%

-0.3%

ID

Idaho Falls

-4.2%

3.4%

ID

Lewiston-WA

-4.3%

1.5%

ID

Pocatello

-5.2%

2.1%

IL

Bloomington-Normal

-2.1%

-0.7%

IL

Champaign-Urbana

-2.3%

-1.1%

IL

Chicago-Naperville-Joliet

-5.7%

1.2%

IL

Danville

-2.0%

-0.6%

IL

Decatur

-0.7%

0.8%

IL

Kankakee-Bradley

-1.8%

-0.7%

IL

Lake County-Kenosha County,

IL-WI

-4.0%

-1.0%

IL

Peoria

-2.0%

-0.4%

IL

Rockford

-3.6%

-1.9%

IL

Springfield

-1.6%

0.2%

IN

Anderson

-2.5%

-0.4%

IN

Bloomington

-2.3%

-1.2%

IN

Columbus

-2.5%

-1.2%

IN

Elkhart-Goshen

-3.4%

-1.8%

IN

Evansville-KY

-1.9%

-0.5%

IN

Fort Wayne

-2.2%

-0.6%

IN

Gary

Division

-2.5%

-0.9%

IN

Indianapolis-Carmel

-2.2%

-0.6%

IN

Kokomo

-2.0%

0.0%

IN

Lafayette

-1.6%

-0.1%

IN

Michigan City-La Porte

-2.2%

-0.8%

IN

Muncie

-2.9%

-0.2%

IN

South Bend-Mishawaka-MI

-1.6%

0.1%

IN

Terre Haute

-2.2%

-0.4%

KS

Lawrence

-3.5%

-1.9%

KS

Manhattan

-2.6%

-0.6%

KS

Topeka

-2.7%

-1.2%

KS

Wichita

-2.4%

-0.9%

KY

Bowling Green

-0.7%

1.5%

KY

Elizabethtown

-1.6%

-0.4%

KY

Lexington-Fayette

-2.3%

-0.4%

KY

Louisville-Jefferson

County-IN

-1.6%

0.1%

KY

Owensboro

-0.7%

0.7%

LA

Alexandria

-2.0%

-0.2%

LA

Baton Rouge

-2.3%

-0.6%

LA

Houma-Bayou Cane-Thibodaux

-2.2%

-0.8%

LA

Lafayette

-2.8%

-0.8%

LA

Lake Charles

-1.9%

-0.5%

LA

Monroe

-2.0%

-0.7%

LA

New

Orleans-Metairie-Kenner

-3.9%

-2.0%

LA

Shreveport-Bossier City

-2.6%

-1.0%

MA

Barnstable Town

-5.6%

4.4%

MA

Boston-Quincy

-5.4%

5.0%

MA

Cambridge-Newton-Framingham

-6.3%

6.0%

MA

Peabody

Division

-7.6%

4.8%

MA

Pittsfield

-6.0%

5.0%

MA

Springfield

-4.5%

5.1%

MA

Worcester

-7.4%

3.1%

MD

Baltimore-Towson

-9.1%

2.9%

MD

Bethesda-Frederick-Rockville

-13.0%

3.0%

MD

Cumberland-WV

-6.7%

1.5%

MD

Hagerstown-Martinsburg,

MD-WV

-7.8%

0.4%

MD

Salisbury

-12.7%

1.5%

ME

Bangor

-2.6%

3.2%

ME

Lewiston-Auburn

-3.8%

3.1%

ME

Portland-South

Portland-Biddeford

-5.3%

2.2%

MI

Ann Arbor

-9.7%

1.1%

MI

Battle Creek

-2.4%

1.4%

MI

Bay City

-4.0%

-1.3%

MI

Detroit-Livonia-Dearborn

-7.3%

2.0%

MI

Flint

-5.1%

-1.3%

MI

Grand Rapids-Wyoming

-3.2%

-0.5%

MI

Holland-Grand Haven

-4.3%

-2.2%

MI

Jackson

-4.5%

-1.4%

MI

Kalamazoo-Portage

-1.8%

-0.5%

MI

Lansing-East Lansing

-2.7%

0.9%

MI

Monroe

-1.0%

0.3%

MI

Muskegon-Norton Shores

-3.4%

-1.1%

MI

Niles-Benton Harbor

-1.4%

0.9%

MI

Saginaw-Saginaw Township

North

-2.7%

-1.1%

MI

Warren-Troy-Farmington

Hills

-3.1%

1.8%

MN

Duluth-WI

-0.3%

1.5%

MN

Mankato-North Mankato

-5.9%

-1.3%

MN

Minneapolis-St.

Paul-Bloomington-WI

-9.4%

1.3%

MN

Rochester

-2.6%

-0.9%

MN

St. Cloud

-3.2%

-1.3%

MO

Cape Girardeau-Jackson,

MO-IL

-2.4%

-1.0%

MO

Columbia

-3.1%

-1.7%

MO

Jefferson City

-2.2%

-0.7%

MO

Joplin

-2.3%

-1.6%

MO

Kansas City-KS

-3.0%

-1.2%

MO

Springfield

-3.2%

-1.3%

MO

St. Joseph-KS

-2.0%

-1.2%

MO

St. Louis-IL

-2.9%

-1.0%

MS

Gulfport-Biloxi

-1.5%

0.8%

MS

Hattiesburg

-1.8%

0.0%

MS

Jackson

-0.8%

0.7%

MS

Pascagoula

-2.2%

-0.2%

MT

Billings

-1.1%

5.2%

MT

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