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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...

Welcome to Tax Breaklandia

Bloomberg Businessweek / January 18th, 2019

hat’s turning this city of about 650,000 into a microcosm of what critics see as one of the biggest problems with opportunity zones: Among a nationwide patchwork of struggling areas, there are a small...

Chinese Investors Back Away From Global Property Markets

The Wall Street Journal / January 1st, 2019

Chinese investors will likely continue beating a retreat from the world’s top commercial real-estate markets in 2019, adding to the downward pressure on prices from rising interest rates.

Developers Look to Hit Tax-Break ‘Jackpot’ in Opportunity Zones

The Wall Street Journal / October 23rd, 2018

San Diego developer Moe Ebrahimi paid $720,000 late last year for a site where he planned to build apartments. He expected to own it for years, believing the Logan Heights neighborhood would gentrify.

Hong Kong’s Rich Get Richer Flipping Floors in Property Frenzy

Bloomberg / September 7th, 2018

In Hong Kong, a city of property superlatives, add this one: World capital of flipping office floors. Logistics heir Johnny Cheung Shun-yee made roughly HK$900 million ($115 million) in about nine months...

Foreign Investors Gobble Up Property in Central, Eastern Europe Despite Political Concerns

The Wall Street Journal / July 3rd, 2018

Nationalist policies in Poland and Hungary have raised concerns in Europe about the future of Central and Eastern Europe in the European Union, but you would never know that from the pace of foreign investment...

Landlords Are Practically Giving Malls Away

Bloomberg / June 14th, 2018

Landlords have malls they’d like to unload. But who’d want to buy them?

Foreign Investors Gobble Up Property in Central, Eastern Europe Despite Political Concerns

The Wall Street Journal / June 11th, 2018

Nationalist policies in Poland and Hungary have raised concerns in Europe about the future of Central and Eastern Europe in the European Union, but you would never know that from the pace of foreign investment...

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