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January 11, 2016

It’s a key year for the U.S. as the country goes to the polls to decide who will succeed President Obama in the White House in November.

And while speculation rages over whether real estate mogul Donald Trump will get a shot at running for the top job, the current government is still pushing through policies which are set to have a big impact on the real estate industry in the near future.

Watch the video to hear Christian Beaudoin, Director of Research and Strategy in the U.S. talk about what the five-year Infrastructure Spending Bill means for the real estate industry and investment in some of the country’s big cities.

Elsewhere, sustainability has been rising up the political and corporate agenda in 2015 and will remain a key challenge for the business world to address in 2016. Real Views asks JLL’s Chairman of Sustainability and Energy Services, Dan Probst, for his views on what the big green trends mean for the built environment and the companies looking to meet their sustainability targets.

Finally, in the ever shifting U.S. retail landscape, the focus is on either end of the spending spectrum. Naveen Jaggi, President of Retail Brokerage in the U.S. explains what this means for the luxury and the budget markets.

Watch the video below to find out more about some of the key trends which will shape the U.S. over the coming 12 months.

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