With both increasing market demand for U.S. real estate assets, and a corresponding reduction in Chinese regulations around outbound foreign direct investment, the inflow of Chinese capital into the U.S. is expected to continue for the foreseeable future. But investing in U.S. real estate markets presents a variety of challenges—What markets and assets to pursue? What tax structures to create? How to value assets appropriately?—that investors need to carefully consider to increase the odds that their investment efforts are productive.
To help answer these questions, we have updated our “Chinese Inbound Investing in U.S. Real Estate” document to reflect dynamics and transactions for the first half of 2015 for a variety of key U.S. markets.