Foreign Property Investors Targeting U.S. Net Lease Assets in Greater Scale

According to new research from commercial property consultant CBRE, the global search for yield and portfolio diversification is driving more foreign investors to the U.S. net-lease real estate market.
  Foreign investment in net-lease assets comprising office, industrial and retail properties reached $1.9 billion in Q1 2019, up by 6.6% from Q1 2018's total. International investors accounted for an even larger share of net-lease investment (15.1%) in Q1 2019 than the same period last year (12.9%). Global investment in net-lease properties has averaged more than $8 billion annually over the past four years from approximately $3 billion annually between 2011 and 2014.

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