Asian Capital Investing in US Real Estate
Zhou, Junwei (Eddie)
Asian capital investment in the United States real estate market is becoming increasingly popular. This article analyzes the patterns and preferences of Asian investors in the US real estate market by examining transaction history and aggregating consensus data to provide the reader an overview of the growing trend.
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Cornell; real estate; Asian Capital; United States Real Estate; foreign capital; pension fund; state investment; sovereign wealth funds; investment trends; capital flows; foreign capital; joint ventures; Waldorf Astoria; Baccarat; Sunshine Insurance; Manhattan; second tier; gateway cities; tertiary markets; Boston; Seattle; New York; San Francisco; Los Angeles; institutional investors; retail investors; Cornerstone Real Estate Advisors; CREA; industrial real estate; logistics; warehouse; distribution center; retail real estate; State Owned Developer; Orix Real Estate; Japan; Volcker Rule; Hong Kong; China; Korea; Singapore; Malaysia; club deals; Houston; Chicago; investment concentration; private sector; institutional sector; office properties; hotel properties
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