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This piece of the US real estate market is flashing a warning sign

CNN Business / September 4th, 2019

The US market for commercial real estate flashed a warning sign in the first half of 2019. For the first time in seven years, overseas investors in office buildings and retail space became net sellers...

Commercial Real-Estate Prices Stumble in Global Capitals

The Wall Street Journal / August 14th, 2019

Commercial-property prices in major cities around the world tumbled in the second quarter, amid signs of slower global growth and heightened trade tension between China and the U.S.

Foreign Investing in Chinese Commercial Property Hits New High

The Wall Street Journal / June 26th, 2019

Foreign investors are starting to buy commercial real estate in China again, shrugging off frothy prices and the trade dispute with the U.S. while focusing on China’s maturing domestic market and longer-term...

The Last Great Neoliberal Experiment Comes to a Neighborhood Near You

Bloomberg / June 24th, 2019

The opportunity zones created by the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 have all been set up, and the money has started to flow. When will we know if they’re working as promised to bring new growth and prosperity...

Unhitched From Wells Fargo, Property Firm Bets It Can Thrive

The Wall Street Journal / June 19th, 2019

Real-estate firm Eastdil Secured LLC is buying back control of the company from Wells Fargo & Co., betting it can prosper as an independent boutique operation even as its competitors are growing bigger...

Real Capital Analytics Announces $115 Million Investment by Susquehanna

Real Capital Analytics / June 3rd, 2019

Real Capital Analytics, Inc. (RCA), a global leader in commercial real estate (CRE) data and analytics, announced today that it has raised $115 million from Susquehanna Growth Equity (SGE).

South Korean cash finds a home in European prime property

Financial Times / March 12th, 2019

When 6,000 staff of Goldman Sachs move into their new London office in the city’s financial district this summer, many may be unaware that the 826,000 square foot Plumtree Court building is owned by...

Strong Economy, Cheap Money Boost Commercial Property Market

The Wall Street Journal / February 5th, 2019

A strong economy helped lift commercial real-estate sales to near-record levels last year, and many investors are counting on low interest rates to keep sales going in 2019.

Chinese Exiting U.S. Real Estate as Beijing Directs Money Back to Shore Up Economy

The Wall Street Journal / January 29th, 2019

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...

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