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Which countries are betting on U. S. real estate?

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The U.S. remains a top target for global capital. But just how much money is coming in, who is investing and where are they investing it? Take a look at the infographic above to see how foreign investors are claiming their piece of the commercial real estate pie.

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Which countries are betting on U. S. real estate?

  1. 1. Total foreign investment into U.S. commercial real estate in H1 2017: $19.8BInvestors are being selective, leading a more concentrated global investment landscape. 83.3% of foreign investment into U.S. commercial real estate came from either Asia, Germany or Canada. Which countries are betting on U. S. real estate? Where is it going? $1.5BWENT TO RETAIL $3.1BWENT TO MULTIFAMILY $2.4BWENT TO INDUSTRIAL $10.6BWENT TO OFFICE What kinds of assets is it going to? *JLL Research, Real Capital Analytics (Transactions larger than $5.0M; includes portfolio, entity-level transactions) © 2017 Jones Lang LaSalle IP, Inc. All rights reserved. Canada $5.2B China $3.6B Singapore $2.6B Germany $1.4B Japan $1.2B Israel $1B South Korea $594M Denmark $396M Other * Four of the top 10 foreign sources of capital are now in Asia. * % represents share of foreign investment captured “Foreign investors continue to get more comfortable with U.S. real estate, and they’re diversifying the profile of assets they are willing to pursue. This is especially true for Canadian firms, which have shown strong interest in multifamily and industrial assets.” - Jonathan Geanakos President, JLL Capital Markets Americas New York 17.4% Washington, DC 9.7% Boston 7.6% Los Angeles 6.9% San Francisco 4.2% Austin 2.2%Houston 2.3%Seattle-Bellevue 2.6%Dallas-Ft. Worth 3.0%Chicago 3.4%

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