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Trump win draws Chinese investors to U.S. CRE

Donald Trump's impending presidency is driving many global investors to pursue U.S. investments, particularly commercial properties, Marcus & Millichap's Hessam Nadji told CNBC's The Rundown. "It's not being overbuilt; it's been very well balanced in this particular cycle in terms of loans that are not going up, the leverage that was very well balanced," he said. "They're at much lower risk at this stage of recovery than we've seen in the past." Chinese investors, in particular, are eyeing properties in Manhattan, Chicago and Washington, D.C., he added. 

 

 

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