What the real estate market looks like as Donald Trump takes office

The real estate sector, which is dominated by Trump’s family, has been under pressure from investors since Trump’s election.

Many of those investors, who were hoping to buy a property in the country’s second-largest city, have been discouraged from buying because of concerns over Trump’s administration.

The president-elect has been trying to sell his brand, but some people are concerned he could hurt their ability to buy homes and apartments.

A few weeks after the election, real estate agents in Chicago said they were getting calls from people who had been told Trump’s cabinet picks were “firing on all cylinders.”

“People are worried about the new administration,” said Greg Oleson, a Chicago real estate agent who did not want to be named for fear of retribution from the administration.

“It’s really a very complicated environment.

They have to make their choices and make the right decisions.”

Trump has promised to bring back jobs to the U.S. He has vowed to bring the U,S.

jobs back, but it’s unclear what he will do to do so.

“I think there are so many different directions to go,” Olesen said.

“One of the things I’m really concerned about is how Trump is going to deal with the banks.

And that’s one of the biggest problems in the economy right now.”

The Trump administration has also had a rocky start to the Trump administration.

On Feb. 1, Trump was forced to withdraw from the Paris climate change accord.

On Tuesday, he announced he had ordered an investigation into whether Russia interfered in the election.

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