Economic growth has significantly moderated in Latin America's leading economies of Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Peru and Chile.
Trend to reshore some of the automotive industries manufacturing needs back in the U.S. is now having a significant impact on industrial markets across the U.S. and Mexico.
Miami's real estate market remains a top destination for foreign buyers despite economic slowdowns in Latin America and Western Europe.
According to property consultancy Knight Frank, office space in Hong Kong is more than twice as expensive as prime commercial property in any other global city.
Global direct commercial real estate investment transaction volumes hit a new record high in the final quarter of 2014.
fundamentals are improving in many office markets across the Americas, Asia and Europe.
Lima's office market is enjoying strong office demand as landlords have delivered a significant amount of new office inventory.
London's West End is the world's most expensive office market, surpassing Hong Kong-Central, according to a report from CBRE. With occupancy costs of $259.36 per square feet per year, the U.K. location topped the most expensive list.
The house that served as Walter and Skylar White's home in "Breaking Bad" is the newest tourist attraction in Albuquerque, which is embracing its role as the fictional crystal meth capital of the Southwest.
Latin America is the most urbanized region of the world with nearly 80 percent of the population living in urban areas.
The Mexican REIT Fibra Macquarie is buying two commercial properties in the Metropolitan Area of Mexico City (ZMCM) for approximately two billion pesos ($159 million) from companies controlled by the Mexican Commercial Fund.
Celebrity chef Nobu Matsuhisa and wife Yoko have listed their Beverly Hills home for $3.599 million, after living in the house for almost two decades. The couple purchased the home in 1994 for $1 million.
Hotel investment in Mexico is expected to increase in the next two years, thanks to new financial vehicles, consultancy Jones Lang LaSalle predicts. Traditionally, the Mexican hotel market is dominated by local investors.
A flurry of recent deals has signaled renewed investor interest in Mexico's commercial real estate market. Investors are betting the country's real estate market will get a boost from President Nieto's economic reforms and the introduction of REITs.