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Where does property fit into the banking turmoil?

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While real estate is not the main cause of the current financial turbulence, as it was in the late 2000s, it has played an indirect role and may be implicated in any further instability. And property will also be vulnerable to the effects of recent upheavals, chiefly through the tightening of credit conditions.

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