The Wall Street Journal / November 17th, 2020
The Wall Street Journal reports: South Korean investors are emerging as some of the most-aggressive buyers of U.S. commercial real estate during the Covid-19 period.
The East Asian country’s pension funds, life insurers and other investors have been targeting warehouses and office buildings with long-term tenants. They are also drawn by ultralow U.S. interest rates, which make currency hedging cheaper.
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