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COVID-19 Slows 2020 Inbound Capital to Seven-Year Low

Source: CBRE

Inbound capital to the U.S. fell to a seven-year low of $28 billion in 2020, down by 31% from 2019, as COVID-related market uncertainty took a heavy toll on global investment. EMEA-based investors—the leading source of inbound capital—accounted for 63% of the total decline. U.S. capital outflows fell by 29% from 2019 to $41.6 billion.

Explore the latest edition of CBRE’s U.S. Inbound & Outbound Investment Trends report to discover the top five U.S. markets for foreign investment, the international markets that received the most U.S. capital, and the most sought-after property types.


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