Cross-border investors

European Investors Shy From UK in Brexit Run-Up

Tom Leahy / August 27th, 2019

European players spent 50% less in the U.K. in the first half of 2019 compared with a year ago; the second quarter was the slowest three-month...

Global CRE Activity Slips 5% As Europe and APAC Sag

Simon Mallinson / August 8th, 2019

Global acquisitions of commercial property slipped in the first half of 2019 compared with a year prior, as activity in Europe and Asia Pacific sagged, the latest...

Vancouver Home Prices Have Sunk. Are CRE Prices Next?

Jim Costello / July 29th, 2019

Home prices have been in a sharp retreat in Vancouver, Canada’s second largest investment market. The concern for some is that commercial property prices will be pulled down...

The Return of the Middle East Investor?

Simon Mallinson / July 9th, 2019

Global commercial real estate investment by players headquartered in the Middle East is on the increase in 2019 after...

These Investors Have Been Plowing Capital Into Europe

Simon Mallinson / June 25th, 2019

The sale of Riverbank House in London for £390 million was one of the biggest transactions in the U.K. capital last year. The deal was also the largest single asset acquisition by...

Cross-Border Investors Set Sights on China

Petra Blazkova / June 11th, 2019

Buying real estate has never been easy for foreign investors in China. However, the door has been opening and cross-border investors have purchased record levels...

Cross-Border Buyers Sit Tight in US During Q1

Jim Costello / May 29th, 2019

Cross-border investors reined in their spending in the U.S. in the first quarter of 2019, with no significant multibillion-dollar megadeals closing, the latest...

Hey Big Spender: A Look at Canada’s Cross-Border Flows

Jim Costello / May 22nd, 2019

Just as with the fortunes of Canadian teams in the Stanley Cup playoffs, Canada lost out to the U.S. for the title of top global capital source over the last 12 months. Unlike the ice hockey championship...

Chart: Waning Flows From China and Hong Kong

Petra Blazkova / April 11th, 2019

Capital outflows from China and Hong Kong into global commercial real estate markets dropped by 27% in 2018, down from an all-time high of...

Liquidity in Dublin at Post-Financial Crisis Record

Tom Leahy / April 4th, 2019

The resurgence of Dublin’s commercial property investment market is one of the success stories of this real estate cycle. The latest edition of Capital Liquidity Scores...

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