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In the wake of last week’s determinative elections, it’s interesting to take note of how progressive/conservative voting patterns match up against the investment prospects of various real estate markets and regions. Election junkies will note that a sea of conservative red covers most of the U.S., especially in the South and Midwest with blue bastions concentrating along the Northeast and West Coasts as well as interior urban centers like Chicago, Minneapolis, and Denver.

 Take the analysis a step further, and you’ll note that the entrenched top five Emerging Trends investment markets—Washington DC, New York, San Francisco, Seattle and Boston—are solid blue. And among the top ten markets, only Dallas and Houston edge into the red zone.

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