According to the July 2014 STR Global Construction Pipeline Report, Central and South America's combined hotel development pipeline comprises 384 hotels totaling 62,958 new rooms.
It's no secret that the Great Recession hit Florida hard, but international tourism helped put some sunshine back into the state's economy over the last four years.
According to the June 2014 STR Global Construction Pipeline Report, the Central and South America hotel development pipeline comprises 400 hotels totaling 65,479 rooms.
Favorable exchange rates, affordable home prices and rising affluence abroad continue to drive international buyers to the U.S. to purchase properties and make real estate investments.
London's West End remained the world's highest-priced office market, but Asia continued to dominate the world's most expensive office locations.
STR Global is reporting hotels in Brazil have experienced declines in revenue per available room as they prepared to host the FIFA World Cup, which began this week.
International real estate consulting firm Knight Frank is now reporting that their Global House Price Index has risen for eight consecutive quarters.
Paris is the world's hottest global retail market attracting 50 new brands last year, while France is ranked as the leading country for new entrants.
Based on a new global retail report from Cushman & Wakefield, global trends remain positive for shopping center development.
Many Americans who live abroad choose to keep their US properties for rental purposes.
New York and London have been named as leading international cities of the world.
A total of 39 million square meters of new shopping center space is currently under construction across the world's major cities.
BR Properties SA will sell majority of its industrial properties to Global Logistics Properties Limited.
The company is in talks to add hotels in Rio de Janeiro and Brasilia. A second site in Sao Paulo could come later.
While investors in Sunbelt real estate have watched their property values slip and slide over the past year, those who discovered the tiny island of St. Lucia have smiles on their faces.
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