Happy Friday, investors! Before you start your weekend, read these three commercial real estates articles covering Los Angeles’ controversial ‘housing ban,’ the reasons high worth invesotrs prefer the US market, and trends affecting the healthcare real estate sector in 2017.
California governor Jerry Brown came out against Los Angeles’ Measure S. Deemed a ‘housing ban,’ the measure would prevent many new developments for a period of two years in an attempt to control rapidly inflating rents. The governor was worried the measure went “too far” and would have unintended consequences.
What makes the United States such an attractive real estate market to foreign buyers with money to spend? The stability of the nation and market is a huge draw. This article gives credit to the the economic opportunity, economic safeguards, political safeguards, and a hybrid of all these keep investors pouring money into the US market.
Healthcare real estate is becoming an attractive alternative asset to many investors. Several trends that will likely affect the sector in 2017 include, the repeal of the Affordable Care Act, non-propit hospitals facing threats to their tax exempt status, and continued government scrutiny.