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Shutdown could negatively impact the CRE industry

The ongoing partial government shutdown is negatively impacting the commercial real estate sector in Texas and across the U.S. Multiple federal agencies and government contractors play an important role within the industry. When they are not at work or are greatly short-staffed during the shutdown, their absence can harm commercial real estate businesses.

Getting involved in commercial real estate

For many people interested in branching out to expand their investment interests in the Houston area, commercial real estate can provide important opportunities. Initially, it can be confusing to many people new to the industry as documents about real estate investments can be laden with jargon. The sums of money involved in a project can be substantial, especially for major commercial developments. However, there are a number of ways for people to enter the market and benefit from the opportunities provided; these types of investments are well-known for providing a stable home for funds and protection from volatility in the stock market as well as significant potential for profit.

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