ChinaSF is proud to partner with Asia Society in presenting:
Breaking Ground: Chinese Investment in U.S. Real Estate
Join us May 24th for a special discussion on the findings of a major new report on Chinese investment in U.S. Real Estate, brought to you by Asia Society and the Rosen Consulting Group. The event will feature a panel of experts on Chinese FDI in U.S. participating in a discussion moderated by our Executive Director, Darlene Chiu Bryant!
When: Tuesday, May 24, 2016, 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Where: ASNC, Bachtel Conference Center
500 Washington Street, San Francisco
What: Join us for a special program on the 2016 Chinese FDI in the U.S. report, where speakers will discuss the report's findings and implications.
Why: Learn from a panel of experts on Chinese investment stocks and flows into the U.S. real estate market followed by an opportunity to network with experienced professionals in the field.
Chinese investment in U.S. real estate has exploded, particularly in California and New York, since 2011. Currently there is an estimated $200 billion of Chinese investment parked in U.S. real estate bonds, primarily long-term asset-backed securities. In 2014, direct investments have risen up to $10 billion in commercial real estate and more than $28 billion in residential real estate.
What is driving Chinese capital flows into the U.S. real estate market and how sustainable is it in the long-term? What impact does it have on the U.S. real estate market and on the U.S. economy in general? How does this trend play out in the broader debate over U.S.-China trade and investment?
Find out at the discussion panel on May 24th!
The Chinese Investment in U.S. Real Estate Report
The Asia Society partnered with Rosen Consulting Group (RCG), one of most influential real estate consulting, research, and analysis firms in the U.S., to provide an authoritative, comprehensive, and one-of-a-kind accounting of Chinese investment deal flows into U.S. real estate. The report will be a necessary resource for any investor, builder, financier, or service provider looking to stay ahead of this fast-moving trend, while also providing common ground for the broader debate over U.S-China trade and investment.
For more information about the report, please visit: http://asiasociety.org/chinese-investment-us-real-estate