Native American tribes across the country are expanding their real estate holdings, moving past casinos in search of stable returns and opportunities to rebuild their communities. Citing a unique political opportunity and new channels of capital, tribal leaders have recently invested in more commercial and mixed-use buildings that offer profit potential and social benefits for other members, the New York Times reported. For some tribes, owning real estate carries symbolic importance, representing reasserted control over The post Native Americans investing in real estate find profit, purpose appeared first on The Real Deal New York.
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