A growing swell of global capital is chasing fewer property assets. This is pushing prices up and yields down, but real estate investors appear undeterred. Should the world be worried about another property bubble?
For many involved in the business of buying and selling global real estate, the memory of 2007 is fresh.
As today’s commercial property prices and yields begin to exceed the levels seen in the months leading up to the crisis, concern is mounting in some quarters of the global economy that this property cycle is reaching its peak.
New numbers from JLL, which track the movement of money around the world’s property markets, show soaring demand for commercial real estate and unrelenting investor appetite.… Read More
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