U.S. commercial real-estate owners are raking in debt capital from South Korean investors hunting for higher returns and better asset diversification.
Brexit. What Brexit? Two years ago, the U.K. vote to exit from the European Union set off alarms in the London office market that tenants and investors would flee the city.
Small businesses largely steered clear of real-estate investments during the heady days of soaring rents and prices for Manhattan retail properties.
Rising deal flow in Europe and record activity in the Asia-Pacific, powered notably by Hong Kong and Singapore, made 2017 the second-best year in the past decade for investment in income-generating commercial...
Major Australian commercial property deals fell by 10 per cent to $31.1 billion in 2017 as offshore buyers spent less in the market overall.
Singapore ousted China to become the biggest Asian investor in U.S. commercial property last year.
As 2018 gets under way, developers are coming up with new ways to feed what seems to be an insatiable appetite among the world’s emerging middle class for apartments both as places to live and investments...