3 reasons the real estate slump is hurting entrepreneurs

09/2/2010 | Entrepreneur online

Home-related products and services are disproportionately sold by small businesses, says Case Western Reserve University professor Scott Shane. In addition, many entrepreneurs have traditionally used home equity to help them fund their business, and bank loans have dried up in the wake of the real estate slump, says Shane, all leading to a decrease in business at small firms and a cut in hiring.

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