There’s no slow down in the influx of foreign buyers in the commercial real estate arena. In fact, foreign investment in the U.S. factored as the third largest reason why confidence levels are increasing in 2013, according to Akerman Senterfitt.
The firm released its fourth annual survey after its U.S. Real Estate Summit. The survey found that 31% of commercial real estate executives believe foreign investors will fund a significant portion of commercial real estate debt and equity in 2013. And 62% believe that the U.S. will see the most Latin American real estate investment from Brazil. Venezuelan investors are expected to be the second most active, at 28%.
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