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Top 20 Cities Chinese are interested in Investing

December 22nd, 2014 | by: SM SOLD | Posted in : Uncategorized

More and more homebuyers over the past year have come in with all cash offers, snapping up most of the hot, and short-lived listed properties. Who are they? Chinese men and woman are investing more and more United States in the past few years. We bet your next question is, why?

Chinese interest in investing overseas has skyrocketed from U.S estimated $0.6 million to an estimated U.S $ 15 billion. There are several reasons why Chinese buyers are interested in investing in these cities, one in particular being the policy push from the Chinese government to expand into other countries, such as Australia, London, and U.S.

 The Capital outflow from China has increase compared to the previous years and investors are shifting their focus towards substantial returns in the long term. Political and economic numbers shows heavy Chinese investment in gateway cities such as London, Melbourne and Los Angeles to name a few that they have invested.

 Chinese investors used to be interested in core offices and residential developments and moving into leisure and industrial assets by investing in gateway locations which brings them higher yield than traditional overseas investment. Of late we have seen a shift. Chinese investors are moving from Chinese gateway cities such as Beijing and Shanghai due to the discount residential prices for example Los Angeles and Miami prime apartments process are both about 25% lower than Shanghai.

 Many of the investors are beginning to discover new investment opportunities and hotspots around the world such as Johor Bahru in Malaysia, Gold Coast in Australia, and Los Angeles and Miami in the US, all in which they never used to invest. All these hot spots present investors with higher yields than traditional overseas investment locations like London, New York and Sydney.

 Chinese investment has been on investments last year involved commercial properties, including office, retail, industrial and hotel projects. Investment values were at or above US$10 million which is shown in Real Capital Analytics.

 China has been stepping up outbound real estate investments as the economic environment in the US and Europe presented interesting opportunities since the global financial crisis in 2009. Investments from China into overseas real estate shot up last year after the government eased regulations for insurers to buy properties overseas. Among the eye-catching deals for example last year $3.4 billion purchase of the Lloyd\'s Building in London.

Chinese invest in foreign projects and spends more than US$8 billion overseas as they widen their focus to development in secondary cities to achieve better yields and invest in the US, in real estate in Europe, the Middle East and Africa in 2015.

 

 

 

 

 

More and more homebuyers over the past year have come in with all cash offers, snapping up most of the hot, and short-lived listed properties. Who are they? Chinese men and woman are investing more and more United States in the past few years. We bet your next question is, why?

Chinese interest in investing overseas has skyrocketed from U.S estimated $0.6 million to an estimated U.S $ 15 billion. There are several reasons why Chinese buyers are interested in investing in these cities, one in particular being the policy push from the Chinese government to expand into other countries, such as Australia, London, and U.S.

 

The Capital outflow from China has increase compared to the previous years and investors are shifting their focus towards substantial returns in the long term. Political and economic numbers shows heavy Chinese investment in gateway cities such as London, Melbourne and Los Angeles to name a few that they have invested.

 

Chinese investors used to be interested in core offices and residential developments and moving into leisure and industrial assets by investing in gateway locations which brings them higher yield than traditional overseas investment. Of late we have seen a shift. Chinese investors are moving from Chinese gateway cities such as Beijing and Shanghai due to the discount residential prices for example Los Angeles and Miami prime apartments process are both about 25% lower than Shanghai.

 

Many of the investors are beginning to discover new investment opportunities and hotspots around the world such asJohor Bahru in Malaysia, Gold Coast in Australia, and Los Angeles and Miami in the US, all in which they never used to invest. All these hot spots present investors with higher yields than traditional overseas investment locations like London, New York and Sydney.

 

Chinese investment has been on investments last year involved commercial properties, including office, retail, industrial and hotel projects. Investment values were at or above US$10 million which is shown in Real Capital Analytics.

 

China has been stepping up outbound real estate investments as the economic environment in the US and Europe presented interesting opportunities since the global financial crisis in 2009. Investments from China into overseas real estate shot up last year after the government eased regulations for insurers to buy properties overseas. Among the eye-catching deals for example last year $3.4 billion purchase of the Lloyd\'s Building in London.

Chinese invest in foreign projects and spends more than US$8 billion overseas as they widen their focus to development in secondary cities to achieve better yields and invest in the US, in real estate in Europe, the Middle East and Africa in 2013.

 

 

 

 

 

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