If that's laundered Russian money buying up property or money stolen from Russia by Russian elites being put into real estate, then those real estate assets should be seized and sold to legitimate buyer who has no ties to organized crime or using stolen national wealth from any given country to complete their purchase of real estate. Personally, I am not opposed to foreign ownership of American real estate so long as such ownership does not threaten national security and the proceeds used to make the purchase are legal and legitimate.
I'd like to objectively point out that this happens to be the crux of the inherent contradiction between the *economics* of capitalism ('free markets'), and its international *political* patchwork of competing nation-states.
Let's say that -- ignoring the FinCen scandal
, the U.S. government *could* administer judiciously over all foreign capital, and also had unlimited resources with which to do so.
There's *still* the fundamental question of how does your nationalist politics prevent the slightest *bias* on the part of any given administrator?
Power tends to corrupt; absolute power corrupts absolutely
https://www.dictionary.com/browse/power ... absolutely