It’s no secret the sector is outperforming many of its peers, drawing the interest of both domestic and foreign investors and closing the first half of the year with US$24 billion in sales.
More long-term renters and limited inventory of multifamily properties for sale have sustained the sector’s growth.
In the short term, Hurricanes Harvey and Irma could reduce Q3 economic growth by up to 50 basis points, as businesses shut down and consumers focused on survival, not spending.
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.
For decades, grocery-anchored neighborhood shopping centers have been some of the strongest and dependable kinds of retail real estate investments. They still […]