WATCH: 4 things real estate investors are tracking in 2017

This year's biggest issues, explained

Feb.February 22, 2017 09:30 AM

From the New York website: With a surprise presidential election and a certain tax abatement program up in the air, uncertainty seems to be the flavor of 2017 thus far. Whether it’s questions about the impact of the Fed raising interest rates or the current state of the condo financing market, real estate players are struggling to understand where the industry’s heading, and what their business will look like in the coming months.

If investors want to stay ahead of the game, they’re going to need to keep an eye on a few major issues that are evolving. To help them do this, The Real Deal has put together a video to explain the four major forces that could shape the industry for years to come.

To see what those in the know are paying close attention to this year, watch the video above.

For more videos, visit The Real Deal’s YouTube page.

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