U.S. Markets Still Tempting to Foreign Money

Reiss, Dale Anne
January 2005
Mortgage Banking;Jan2005, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p66
The article reports that the U.S. has long been a focus for foreign real estate investors. Over the last 30 years, waves of foreign investors, have at various times buoyed a widening range of property sectors and markets in the U.S., creating greater market liquidity. Foreign investors have been a little more circumspect about investing in U.S. real estate over the last 20 years, but despite the inevitable risk involved in investments outside traditional home markets, foreign investors seem to have an insatiable appetite for income-producing real estate.


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