Global Perspectives in Real Estate is a resource for global professionals that outlines how members can globalize their local market. Produced bi-monthly, this newsletter serves as a how-to guide and is full of useful and actionable tips.
This issue of Global Perspectives takes a spin around the world looking at investment visas, initially examining the U.S.’s EB-5, as well as similar initiatives in countries around the world. Each program uses different levers to attract specific types of capital, investment and entrepreneurial skills—and each is designed to benefit various aspects of a country’s economy.
More and more people are taking the plunge or seriously considering retiring abroad. This issue looks at retiring abroad from a global real estate perspective. You'll learn about the major trends and what's driving them, the ways in which developers and countries are courting retirees, and the top international investment locations. You'll also learn more about how to go after this business.
The real estate business may be about properties, but ultimately it's about people. Making the right connections usually results in more business, especially for cross-border relationships. To make those important inroads, you need to maximize your networking opportunities - understand where to meet the right people and how to best connect with them. This issue shows you how.
Universities and college in the U.S. and around the world are reaching out beyond their borders, hoping to include substantial numbers of foreign students into their incoming classes. Foreign students (and their parents) are often investing in more than tuition - property may be on their radar too. There are numerous angles for selling to this market and using it to expand your global business. Find out how.
Money has always found its way into real estate, but today's investors are looking across borders when searching for investment property that meets their needs. This issue takes a look at some of the forces that drive money into international investments, including five major factors that motivate people to invest abroad and five major destinations for international money.
The economic climate in Brazil has radically improved, and with it, a vibrant middle class has arisen, bringing with it consumer demand for goods and real estate within and outside of Brazil. This issue of Global Perspectives looks at how the Brazilian market has grown, its current challenges and outlook for the future, and where international money has been flowing. Ola and welcome to Brazil!