U.S. real estate remains top draw for foreign investors

The U.S. real estate market remains a magnet for offshore investors with figures for the first half of 2017 showing the country continues to be the world’s leading recipient of cross-border capital.

The changing landscape of grocery-anchored retail

The risk that investors see when looking at retail real estate.

Fundraising creates lending competition, refocused strategies

Fundraisers look for alternative landing spots.

A “Goldilocks” economy is good for real estate

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

Sun Belt cities scorching as rent growth tops 20 percent

Investors are looking down South to mid-size cities in the Sun Belt in a bid to find rent growth.

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.

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