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President Donald Trump’s immigration policies are apparently influencing the home buying and selling plans of Arabs, Asians and Latinos, according to a national survey of more than 3,000 people who bought or sold a home in the last year.

The survey also found that millennials are more likely to make an offer on a home without seeing it in person first, negotiate commission fees and would hesitate to move where their neighbors don’t share their political views, according to the new survey commissioned by Redfin, a Seattle-based national real estate brokerage firm.

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