Chicago should see little impact from foreign investment slowdown

  • Foreign investment in real estate has become a growing concern for some economic experts, but impacts may be limited to the coastal states.
  • Foreign investment is down 1.3 percent in 2016 over last year.
  • The majority of foreign buyers hail from China, followed by Canada, Mexico and India.

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After Britain voted to leave the European Union, business and economic leaders began to grow a bit frantic. How will the exit impact foreign investment in U.S. real estate following the decision? Likely, it’s going to depend on the location.