The Wall Street Journal / January 29th, 2019
The Wall Street Journal reports: Chinese purchases of U.S. real estate last year dwindled to their lowest level since 2012, as Beijing kept up the pressure on Chinese investors to bring cash home during a period of worsening economic growth.
Insurers, conglomerates and other investors from mainland China were net sellers of $854 million of U.S. commercial real estate in the fourth quarter, according to Real Capital Analytics. That marked the third-straight quarter Chinese investors sold more U.S. property than they bought, the first time ever these investors have been sellers for that long a stretch.
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