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 looks at the surprising number of ways the Chinese are investing in U.S. residential,commercial and industrial real estate. Learn what this can mean for your business—signals that opportunities are present in your market, and how to reach out to Chinese buyers and alert them to good investments.
This issue looks at what's driving Canadian buyers to look south. There's more at play than just the strong Canadian dollar and snowbirds' flight to warm weather. Canadian exposure to the U.S. market has spread beyond Florida to some places that may surprise you.
Building a multicultural real estate practice may feel like a daunting task for any single agent. Find tips and insights on two key aspects of building your team—within your brokerage and with other real estate professionals.
While many news headlines about the 2010 Census have focused on population shifts and political implications—debates over where to redraw lines for voting districts—the message to real estate agents is loud and clear: The face of America is changing.
For many agents who want to grow their global business, the biggest challenge is knowing how to find them. This issue of Global Perspectives helps you tackle that challenge by illustrating ways to pinpoint potential clients and cultivate relationships with them, using two specific examples—a case study of Colorado and a snapshot of working with Japanese clients.
The February 2011 edition of Global Perspectives outlines the six steps REALTORS® can take to become a global agent -- and thus gain a share of the $66 billion dollars that foreign buyers invested in U.S. residential properties last year. The issue also highlights the resources NAR offers these global agents and the easiest ways to get involved in multicultural real estate.