Inbound and outbound opportunities in real estate
A real estate cycle of unprecedented length. A low interest rate environment. Tax and regulatory reform uncertainty. Geopolitical uncertainties, including Brexit in the European Union, North Korea aggression, and the Trump Administration’s position on free trade and immigration in the United States (U.S.).
Across the world, it is a challenging time to be a real estate investor. To navigate turbulent waters, investors must keep constantly abreast of emerging issues and be nimble and strategic in how they respond.
A recent program brought together real estate leaders from KPMG’s global network of member firms to examine inbound and outbound investing in seven major global real estate markets: Japan, China, the United Kingdom (U.K.), Germany, Canada, Mexico, and the U.S.
This paper summarizes our speakers’ viewpoints and perspectives on the major opportunities and challenges in real estate investing in the countries where they operate.