According to a new report, cross-border buyers were still highly active here in the first half of the year. 8% of American investment sales closed in the second quarter of 2020 were via foreign investors, though that figure is down from a 3-year average of approximately 12%.
Will cross-border investors continue to be active through the end of the year? What patterns are emerging? Are there enough well-capitalized foreign investors to help minimize the shock? See who made the NREI top 20 list and what types of assets are hottest.