International Real Estate

The term international real estate describes a relatively new phenomenon, beginning in the 1980s and keeping pace with globalization. The term encompasses real property development, sales and leasing transactions across national borders. International real estate could be viewed as one of the most dynamic branches of real estate although it is, by definition, influenced by fluctuating market value in various sectors between countries, as can be evidenced by the 2008 global credit crisis.

International real estate is best subdivided into two categories: international commercial real estate and international residential real estate. Some examples of international real estate transactions are:

  • a citizen of one country purchases a house in another country
  • a corporation headquartered in one country purchases or leases an office building another country
  • a corporation or investment group in one country builds a hotel in another country

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