In This Issue:
Bringing Non-U.S. Capital Into (and Back Out of) U.S. Real Estate; A Wider Play of Shale: A Hydraulic Fracturing Primer; California Clears Way for Pollution Clean-Up with AB 440; and Which Way is the Exit? Liquidity and Non-Traded REITs.
Excerpt from Bringing Non-U.S. Capital Into (and Back Out of) U.S. Real Estate -
On the heels of a thawing real estate transactional market in the United States, many investment managers and real estate owners (including many of the public REITs) are experiencing a corresponding uptick in the availability of institutional capital for this asset class. Not surprisingly, the capital seems to be following the deals.
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Topics: Contaminated Properties, Foreign Investment, Fracking, Natural Gas, Oil & Gas, Pollution Control, Real Estate Market, REIT
Published In: Energy & Utilities Updates, Finance & Banking Updates, International Trade Updates, Residential Real Estate Updates, Zoning, Planning & Land Use Updates
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