Earlier in the year, the Association of Foreign Investors issued its latest report, noting that foreign investors see the U.S. as the country providing the best opportunities for capital appreciation. In fact, more foreign investors feel that way than during any time in the past 10 years. This interest seems to be much more highly concentrated in just two cities: New York City and Washington.
A few weeks ago, Globes, the Israeli publication and website, released the results of a survey it commissioned that found that Israelis invested $1.15 billion in U.S. income-producing properties in the one-year period ending June 30, 2011. The survey by Bregman Baraz Real Estate found that Israelis were the second-largest foreign buyers after Canadians. Read More