In the “post-2008 economic-crisis” period, the wealthy from all around the world have started working their way up the investment sector. Not just any investment sector, but specifically great deals in real estate properties in the United States. It is common knowledge that the U.S. is the largest real estate economy in the world, so this makes it a great place for everybody who wants to ca$h in on the opportunities. Mr. Brent Carrier is an experienced real estate professional, and he says that foreign buyers have always loved U.S. real estate, and the wake of the housing crisis just made it easier for them to get their hands at some of U.S.’ first-class real estate properties.
From the moment the United States economy got back on its feet, proving, foreign investors have invested billions of dollars in U.S. real estate. Foreign nationals that are looking for new ways to diversify their portfolio, choose to here because they can benefit from the U.S. strong economy. The latest 2017 annual report for Emerging Trends in Real Estate, reconfirmed the strength of real estate in the United States. In order to properly explore the different kinds of growing opportunities, real estate experts like Brent Carrier rely on occurring trends. Recently, U.S. properties have been considered as an option for safely storing money, mainly in the form of hard assets.
Being a leading force in U.S. real estate development market for more than 20 years has allowed Carrier to see the same trends repeat over and over again. As long as you are in the hands of an experienced and highly regarded developer like Carrier, the rewards from the U.S. real estate market can be endless. Because of its stable environment, investors perceive it as the best market for capital. Traditionally, foreign nationals have mostly been interested in buying office assets and hotels located in big cities like New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Washington DC, San Francisco and Houston. These days, apart from that, investors are also pursuing non-traditional asset types, which offer a different level of comfort. That means they are starting to acquire properties that weren’t necessarily considered as good investments in the past.