In Wednesday’s commercial real estate news – we’ll look at whether the commercial real estate market is cooling down in California’s Central Valley, what “The Tech Effect” is on commercial real estate, whether Singapore is the answer to keeping foreign buyers invested in US assets, and more.
A new report by the University of California Los Angeles Anderson School of Management indicates that investors are cooling on the sunshine state’s commercial real estate market.
Commercial Real Estete assets have always been local, but capital and partners are national or global.
KBS Realty Advisors made headlines earlier this month with news that it was reportedly looking to bring an IPO of U.S. properties to the Singapore Exchange (SGX).
In the current booming economy more than a dozen new high-rises are under construction or proposed in a city with a million residents.