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.
While Brits have long been attracted to the Florida market, they are interested in enticing opportunities all across the U.S., as well as other countries where real estate prospects have been good. Any time buyers cross borders, differences emerge in finding, viewing, and purchasing property which play an important role in real estate transactions. U.K. buyers are no exception to this rule. Inside, you'll also learn more about these differences and what this implies for working with British buyers.
The 2010 U.S. census reported that the Indian population of the United States grew over 69% since the 2000 census. As a global agent, you should be aware of the ways in which Indian economic power intersects with North American markets. India is becoming a larger factor - both inbound and outbound - with positive implications for your global business.
Global real estate can be overwhelming. How do I choose a niche? Where should I concentrate my efforts? Which activities will yield the best results? This issue of Global Perspectives aims to answer those questions, help you identify a niche market, and develop a solid tactical plan for reaching it.
This issue examines the recent and important trends in immigration to and from Mexico. Learn where and what Mexican investors are looking for, and how you may be able to tap the opportunity.
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.