Foreign investors no longer on 2015’s spending spree (7/20/2016)
CBRE: U.S. foreign investment dropped during 1Q 2016, though Fla. improved its position from fourth-ranked state to third-ranked, trailing only N.Y. and Calif.
Brexit fallout could be good for U.S., less for Fla. (7/11/2016)
UBS analysts think commercial values could fall 15% for U.K. retail and 5-10% for industrial; 5 funds have blocked investors from withdrawals for one month.
NAR international survey: Sales down a bit this year (7/6/2016)
High prices, a strong dollar and weaker economies made U.S. real estate investment challenging, but the Chinese spent more than the next four countries combined.
‘Brexit’ could boost U.S. real estate – or not (6/27/2016)
Instability may lead more Brits to invest in U.S. real estate, and many already lean toward Fla. property. The long-term Brexit outlook, however, is less clear.
Report: Chinese foreign investment up 30% (4/13/2016)
While more money flowed out of China, Fla. received less than other Southern states. Still, Fla.’s share of Chinese investment money tripled in 2015.
Fla. real estate investment part of int’l event (3/30/2016)
Florida Realtors recently joined international leaders to showcase the state at the global property market, conference and networking event in Cannes, France.
Foreign buyers pulling back, Realtors say (3/9/2016)
Home prices in cities favored by international buyers continue to go up, and demand has dropped because some foreign buyers can’t afford to make the investment.
Middle East buyers interested in Orlando real estate (2/22/2016)
Working with international buyers? Check to see if a country has just started offering direct air service. New non-stops from Dubai have sparked C. Fla. demand.
Timing right for Canadian snowbirds to sell (2/1/2016)
Canadians who bought homes six years ago got a great deal thanks to a favorable exchange rate – but the U.S. dollar is strong now, making it a good time to sell.
U.S. still favored by Chinese property buyers (11/17/2015)
A weakened Chinese economy hasn’t hurt demand for U.S. homes. Fla. is one of the five favored states, notably Miami and Gainesville, an “up and coming” area.