Drawing on local expertise from across our global network, our second edition of Active Capital explores the emerging capital superhighways, and identifies the factors exerting the greatest gravitational pull on a country’s inbound capital flows, before turning to active purchasers and the property sectors on which they are focused.
This is a marketplace supported by a recovery in global growth that is still in full swing. It is one that is re-internationalising as it attracts ever-greater investor demand.
However, it is also a mature cycle in many locations and, with macroeconomic change on the horizon, we believe it has never been more important to understand both the nuances within the sector as well as the wider financial market context. Knight Frank remains at the forefront of global capital markets.
Shifting capital flows
How crossborder transaction are rapidly evolving
The rules of attraction
Why do some countries receive more inbound real estate investment than others?
Wealth of Nations
The impact of the changing order
The environment for global investment
Can an improving global economy tempt investors to consider more risky real estate strategies?
Titans at the gate
The rise of the real estate megafunds