What does Donald Trump’s infrastructure plan mean for real estate?

Inman cites Marc Scribner on the latest call for more infrastructure investment.

Not everyone agrees, however.

“Instead of promoting expensive infrastructure investment plans that are unlikely to produce their claimed benefits, Congress and President Trump should work to reduce the large misallocation of infrastructure resources and improve the efficiency of existing infrastructure networks,” opined Marc Scribner of the Competitive Enterprise Institute in a blog post.

“This would involve prioritizing maintenance over expansions, restoring the users-pay/users-benefit principle, removing regulatory barriers to construction, and adopting road pricing.”

Read the full article at Inman.