The government shutdown, just days away from being the longest in history, has stretched into its 20th day, with 800,000 federal employees either furloughed from their jobs or working without immediate pay.

Needless to stay, the halt or slow down of services from the Environmental Protection Agency, Department of Housing and Urban Development, Family Housing Administration and General Services Administration, among others, is being felt across a number of commercial real estate sectors. Effects of reduced spending from furloughed workers are already being seen in retail and hospitality.

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