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New York: overseas investment by submarket

Breaking down overseas investment by New York submarket shows where investors like to shop

Overseas investment into New York City real estate over the last five years has been dominated by Asian and European money, while Canadian funds have made their mark in some of the riskier outer boroughs.

Research by Real Capital Analytics shows that Asian investment has hit nearly $18bn since 2010, followed by European money – a large chunk of which is made up of investment from the Norwegian fund Norges – coming in at $13.8bn and Canada the third most active, having…

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