At one time, when speaking about commercial real estate investment, the focus tended to be on local, regional or national investors. Certainly there were instances during which an out-of-country investor might come into the United States (US) to buy an office portfolio, but such actions were rare.
This has changed, however. We’re seeing more foreign capital flowing into the United States, eager to snap up portfolios and buildings because of higher yields and more favorable cap rates. Cushman & Wakefield (C&W) has been on top of this trend – in its third annual “Winning in Growth Cities” report, the organization provides information on commercial real estate investment by property sector by city ranging from yields and investment volumes, to market activity patterns, to sources of international capital, to drivers of each city’s success.
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