While most view the instability in China as a bad thing, it could lead investors to put their money into safe havens such as the U.S. CNBC staffer Dianna Olick reports on the effect that instability will have on the U.S. real estate market.
Chinese investors purchased $8.6 billion in U.S. commercial real estate assets in 2015 and are also highly interested in U.S. real estate development. Olick suggests that the U.S. realize the importance of capitalizing on this volatility while investors can still invest with fewer government limitations:
Bottom line: If China is not growing quickly, not creating a lot of capital, there is less money to export. China's gains have been a boon to the U.S. in both commercial and residential real estate during the recent U.S. recession.
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