The Real Deal New York

How the election will change NYC real estate

A look at the intersection of politics and NYC real estate

October 22, 2012 10:30AM
By Leigh Kamping-Carder

From the October issue: The contest between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney has already inspired wall-to-wall media coverage and unprecedented levels of spending, and the furor will only intensify in the weeks leading up to the Nov. 6 vote. But what does it all mean for New York City’s real estate industry, and how are real estate professionals engaging with their would-be elected officials?

This month, The Real Deal mapped out the intersection of real estate and politics, in what will be the first presidential election since the U.S. Supreme Court rewrote the rules on campaign financing and the U.S. Census redrew the boundaries of voting districts. [more]

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