The real estate market’s new reality
It’s hard to imagine what’s next for the real estate industry.
The Trump administration has a plan to privatize the housing market, and the Federal Reserve has already begun to cut interest rates.
But these are just the beginning of the forces that are threatening the future of real estate in America.
As the economy continues to struggle, the realtors who’ve been doing business in America for decades are having to make difficult choices about the future.
In the midst of this, it’s no wonder that the real-estate industry is having a difficult time.
The number of people moving to the United States has remained stable since the recession of 2008.
In fact, real estate is now the fifth largest industry in the country, according to the Association of Realtors, with more than $1.4 trillion in assets under management.
It is an industry that has had a strong, if volatile, economic recovery.
But in the midst in a time of financial crisis, this is starting to look very different.
For the past decade, the industry has seen strong growth in the number of listings and the number and quality of properties being sold.
But as the market recovers and the housing crisis slows, that trend is starting its slow, gradual decline.
For many real estate professionals, this may be the first time in their careers that they’re going to have to make tough decisions about their jobs.
For some, the future is uncertain, and they have to take stock of what they want to do.
But for others, it could be a long, hard road.
In addition to the financial costs that many realtores are facing, the cost of living in the United Kingdom has been increasing since Brexit.
With the number moving out of the country every day, the country’s real estate sector has been hit hard.
And as the U.K. economy slows, it may be time for the industry to reconsider its future.
As a result of the Brexit vote, the UK’s real-toring industry is going to need to look closely at how it can survive during the downturn, especially as prices have plummeted and vacancies have grown.
As it stands, there are a lot of factors that are making it difficult for the sector to stay afloat.
It may be hard for the company to retain people who are retiring, for example.
Or it may not be possible to keep pace with the demand from new residents moving in.
Or, because the number is increasing so quickly, some of the people that used to be working in the industry may be leaving.
Some are also going to want to leave because of the increased competition from online businesses, which could cause some of them to go under.
And there are the issues of Brexit, the uncertainty of the economy and, most of all, the impact of the Trump administration.
In May of this year, the U,K.
voted to leave the European Union.
The vote marked the first major political change since the country joined the bloc in 1973.
But many people in the U.,K.
are now worried about the consequences of this decision.
The country’s economy has been struggling, and many people are still worried about what it will mean for the future for their jobs and their families.
For a long time, people were scared that Brexit would mean the end of the realty industry in England.
Now, the fear is that the UK. will have to look at how to maintain its existing workforce and how to continue to attract and retain talent.
In recent months, real-tor sales have fallen significantly.
And because there are so many vacancies, the number in the realtor business has also been dropping.
Many are beginning to look to other industries to fill the gap.
For example, some have begun to look for positions in the hospitality industry.
But they are struggling to find new workers, and some of those who are being offered jobs have had to choose between their jobs as a realtor and their job as a waitress.
For those who remain, the outlook for their careers is bleak.
Many of the jobs that were offered to the people who were leaving are being cut from the realestate industry as the number moves out of town.
This is particularly true for people in their 30s, who are starting to feel the impact on their salaries.
Some of these people are also having to take on other jobs in order to stay financially stable.
Some have even had to sell their homes, so they can help their families pay for their children’s college educations.
There are also many who are now living paycheck to paycheck.
Many have also found themselves without jobs because of Brexit.
As people begin to look elsewhere, it is becoming increasingly difficult for many people to stay in the sector.
For most, it means that they are going to be competing against other young professionals, such as graduates and recent graduates, who want to stay at home and save money.
For others, this means that their current jobs will no longer be their primary source