Niagara of Capital: How Global Capital Has Transformed Housing and Real Estate Markets
Urban Land Institute, 2007 - 192 pagine
An unprecedented flow of financial capital into the commercial and housing markets has revolutionized real estate both in the United States and globally. Learn how and why this happened and what the long-term effects will be. Topics include: sources of capital; the impacts on housing markets, affordable housing, and commercial property markets; changes that could affect the flow of capital; and a prediction for the future.
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A Niagara of Capital into Real Estate
Where Has All the Money Come From?
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