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The election is now two weeks away. While the two presidential candidates are presenting widely divergent visions for the country, there probably will be little difference in commercial real estate performance, according to a new report from Newmark Group.

Over the past 40 years, annualized total returns averaged 9% under Democratic presidents and 8.2% under Republican presidents. In the report, Newmark says that economic and geopolitical factors likely have a more significant influence over office or apartment fundamentals than which political party is in charge.

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