In 2016, Global Capital Will Favor the US


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 One of the many IndCor Properties bought by Global Logistics Properties Ltd. of Singapore this year.
CHICAGO-2015 was a big year for cross-national investment in real estate, and according to a new survey from Colliers International, experts expect that the volume of these transactions could increase in 2016. For its latest Global Investor Outlook, the firm received responses from more than 600 investors located throughout the world, including those with private equity, property companies, REITS, funds, institutions, and sovereign wealth funds.According to the report, gateway cities with liquid markets, such as London, Paris, New York, San Francisco, Tokyo and Sydney will continue to be preferred places to invest. However, most investors believe that global capital will continue to favor the US. And many investors expect to increasingly use debt, rather than equity, to finance acquisitions…

In 2016, Global Capital Will Favor the US

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