Welcome back investors! In Friday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at how the Chinese government moves to stem flow of funds to overseas CRE investments, how Miami’s industrial market stacks up against its peers, how the Kentucky real estate market is still strong through the first half of 2017, the commercial investment boom is unlikely to last, and much more.
Last weekm the State Council of the People’s Republic of China officially announced measures of curb outbound investment.
Here are the top four reasons why investors are betting big on Miami’s industrial real estate market.
In the first six months of 2017, Kentucky’s real estate market remained strong in every category tracked. Total home sales continue to exceed the totals seen through the same period in 2016 with an increase of 4.7 percent, from 24,786 in 2016 to 25,943 in 2017.
The Overland Park shopping center along the busy 135th Street corridor may add residents to help sustain the retail there
Filled with “must read” stories, industry news and reporter insights, exclusive interviews with local business leaders, and expanded Top 25 Lists.
While the market is upbeat for commercial transactions in Hawaii and Colliers forecasts the number of deals to increase, 2017 is likely to end with a decline in sales volume of 20 to 25 percent.
Most people in the commercial real estate industry have a strictly business background, but Jeff Berta, the senior director of real estate development at Structured Development, began on the creative side.
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