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HCBR Staff Report

Lodging: $1,574,982

Real estate transfer taxes: $5,811,220



Retail: $77,748

Restaurants and bars: $62,579

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Lodging: $288,977

Retail: $10,007

Restaurants and bars: $8,241



Real estate transfer taxes, January, 2007: $352,958

Real estate transfer taxes, February, 2007: $696,953

Real estate transfer taxes, March, 2007: $874,533Frisco’s 2006 sales tax report:

Restaurants: $845,536

Lodging: $508,799

Food: $860,742

Retail: $383,574

Retail tourist: $216,960

Restaurants: $845,536

Lodging: $508,799

Food: $860,742

Retail: $383,574

Retail tourist: $216,960

Lodging: $67,299, up 15.77 percent of from January, 2006.

Restaurants: $86,533, up 2.48 percent from January, 2006.

Food: $86,722, up 17. 31 percent from January, 2006.

Retail: $265,520, down 1.12 percent from January, 2006.

Retail tourist: $26,738, up 18.9 percent from January, 2006.

Auto: $590,555

Building retail: $1,235,386

Consumer retail: $1,453421

Outlets: $2,288,733

Food/liquor: $1,094,830

Lodging: $216,182

Service: $342,465

The building retail and food/liquor categories had the second largest December increase by dollar. The services category decreased by 13.39 percent in December, but for 2006 it increased by 10.38 percent.

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