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A “Goldilocks” economy is good for real estate

A ‘Goldilocks’ economy prevents the accumulation of expansion-ending imbalances such as excessive debt and inflation.

Tight foreign investment control no reason to panic

Despite the recent tightening of foreign investment regulations by the Chinese Government, it’s likely to have minimal long-term effects on inbound capital from the country into Australia’s commercial real estate markets.






Rail connections to spur growth in Southeast Asia

As the Association of Southeast Asian Nations mark its 50th anniversary on August 8, 2017, the region is gearing up for greater growth and investment.






Why student housing is piquing institutional interest

Investment volumes in this space in 2016 increased 64.5 percent year-over-over.






Sun Belt cities scorching as rent growth tops 20 percent

To see where rents are moving up, investors are looking down South to mid-size cities in the Sun Belt.






Foreign capital digs deep into Skyline markets

The U.S.’s skyline offices might rise up from continental soil, but their ownership is increasingly international and diverse.