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A fool’s errand: Implications for NYC real estate investors from Trump ruling
Investors - FEBRUARY 26, 2024

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A fool’s errand: Implications for NYC real estate investors from Trump ruling

by Chase McWhorter

A fool’s errand is defined as a needless or profitless endeavor. So, with that, I am writing my thoughts about the recent ruling in former President Donald Trump’s civil fraud case in New York state, and how that affects real estate investing. Balancing a genuine desire to understand the impact this ruling has on our readership, while also being aware that even the slightest hint of defending Donald Trump is typically met with calls to be cancelled, you can understand why this feels like a fool’s errand. (Why couldn’t Donald Trump just be a venture capitalist, damn it! He just had to make his money in real estate.)

As a company, IREI is set up to provide investment fiduciaries with information and insights on the people, issues, ideas and events driving the global real estate and infrastructure investment marketplaces. And part of our mission is to facilitate more open dialog

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