Chinese Investment in U.S. Commercial Real Estate Is Plunging

Chinese investors put 76 percent less money into U.S. CRE year-to-date through September than in 2018.

(Bloomberg)—Chinese investment in U.S. commercial property is plunging as restrictions on capital leaving the country and geopolitical tensions weigh on real estate deals.

Chinese investors put $1.4 billion into U.S. commercial real estate in the 12 months through September, a 76% plunge from a year earlier, according to a report from Real Capital Analytics. Investment from Hong Kong was also down in the period.

(Bloomberg)—Chinese investment in U.S. commercial property is plunging as restrictions on capital leaving the country and geopolitical tensions weigh on real estate deals.

Chinese investors put $1.4 billion into U.S. commercial real estate in the 12 months through September, a 76% plunge from a year earlier, according to a report from Real Capital Analytics. Investment from Hong Kong was also down in the period.

Money Moves

“Chinese investors have become net sellers as authorities in China have restricted speculative outbound investment,” Jim Costello, senior vice president at Real Capital Analytics, wrote in the report.

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