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Executives’ views deteriorate amid rising concerns over volatility and expectations for only modest growth in China. (McKinsey Company)

 
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Boston Globe 082615    By Tim Logan GLOBE STAFF 

As its markets slide, its economy weakens, and its currency declines, many wonder if Boston’s real estate market will suffer — but short-term, it may gain.

 Patty Chen, a Wellesley entrepreneur who helps Chinese investors find houses in the Boston area, said she has seen some would-be buyers hold off this summer. “Some are nervous because of the stock crash,” Chen said. “I think we are in a ‘buffer period’ where Chinese just want to wait out the volatility.”

In the long term, Chen said, many of her clients see the United States as a safe haven. Bigger investors do, too…

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HIROYUKI KOTAKE, Nikkei Washington bureau chief

     There have been four waves of immigration to the U.S.: 1) Native Americans; 2) immigrants from Western and Northern Europe and slaves from Africa from the 16th century to the 19th century; 3) immigrants from Southern and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and the Caribbean in the 19th and 20th centuries; and 4) immigrants from Latin America and Asia after World War II.

The fourth wave has accelerated since 1965. President Lyndon Johnson eased restrictions on the number of immigrants to be accepted from each country, and as a result the number of immigrants from Latin America and Asia, which had been suppressed under stricter limits than those on people from Europe, started rising sharply. Their fertility rates are also generally high, which is helping drive the steady expansion of the U.S. population.

The lead player in the fourth wave is about to shift from Latinos to Asians. In 2013, the U.S. accepted a total of more than 1.2 million immigrants. The top spots were dominated by Asian countries, with 147,000 people from China and 129,000 from India, exceeding the 125,000 from Mexico. Immigrants from South Korea and the Philippines have also kept climbing. The recent trend underscores the fact that Asia, a region with a diverse mix of countries and huge populations, is gaining greater presence in the U.S.

Furthermore, diligent Asians earn high incomes and achieve high education. Statistics in 2013 showed that their median household income was $72,000 and people aged 25 or older who have a bachelor’s degree or higher stood at 51%, considerably higher than the U.S. national average of $52,000 and 30%. This is another reason that Asians are increasing their presence in the country.

 Patty Chen runs a real estate company in the suburbs of Boston, Massachusetts. “We not only arrange contracts to buy a house; we support many things, such as kids, fixing up a house and finding shops. They come to us for support.” She said she has received requests from Chinese clients looking to buy houses for cash. These customers hope to immigrate to the U.S. for their children’s education or to protect their assets, even though they may not be fluent in English.

According to the Selig Center for Economic Growth at the University of Georgia, the purchasing power of Asians in the U.S. totaled $770 billion as of 2014 — 19th in the world if compared with gross domestic product data — larger than Saudi Arabia and Switzerland. One estimate by Selig showed that their purchasing power will continue to expand and top $1 trillion in 2019. The increase in the number of Asians, who are relatively young and wealthy, might serve as a tailwind for the U.S. economy, which has been struggling with the aftereffects of the financial crisis and its aging population.

A huge crowd cheers Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi at Madison Square Garden in New York on Sept. 28, 2014.© Reuters

Meanwhile, the higher Asians’ economic status becomes, the bigger say they have in the country. In September 2014, about 19,000 people reportedly gathered at Madison Square Garden in New York to show their support for Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi during his first visit to the U.S. since taking office. The Indian group that organized the event claimed it was the largest ever in the U.S. to welcome a foreign leader. MR Rangaswami, an Indian investor who participated in the event, said, “That was a big milestone event that the community can look back on and feel proud.” He is also involved in lobbying and takes as an example Jewish-Americans. By learning about their political and charity activities, he tries to boost the recognition of the Indian-American community in the U.S. as well as the national interests of India. Lobbying campaigns by Indian residents were also the driving force behind the U.S.-India Civil Nuclear Agreement, which took effect in 2008.

Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal formally announces his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination in Kenner, Louisiana, on June 24. © Reuters

“My dad told me as a young kid that Americans can do anything. I believed him then, and I believe it now,” said Bobby Jindal, the Republican governor of Louisiana. On June 24, he announced his candidacy for the presidential race in 2016, becoming the first Indian-American to become a major contender. Nikki Haley, the Republican governor of South Carolina and another Indian-American, is also mentioned as a vice-presidential candidate. In the not-too-distant future, an Asian American may become the most powerful person in the U.S.

 

Nikkei staff writers Tomoko Ashizuka, Michiko Kageyama in New York and Yuichiro Kanematsu in Silicon Valley contributed to this story.

 

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March 03, 2015 10:45AM   The Real Deal
By E.B. Solomont

– See more at: http://therealdeal.com/issues_articles/the-year-of-the-chinese-investor/

For more than two decades, China’s most populated city, Shanghai, has experienced a building frenzy unlike any other: Developers have built office buildings in the city of 24 million as far as the eye can see, including skyscrapers like the under-construction Shanghai Tower, one of the tallest in the world.

But increasingly, Chinese developers and investors are looking elsewhere to build. And a fast-growing number are setting their eyes on New York.

Chinese investors pumped more than $3 billion into the New York real estate market last year. That was nearly 43 percent more than they invested in 2013. And it appears to just be the tip of the iceberg.

With China’s economy cooling, investors are throwing their money into deals in New York. And it’s not just individual Chinese buyers snapping up condo units these days. Institutional players, investors and developers, who’ve made a splash buying trophy buildings over the past two years, are not only continuing to ramp up purchases, but also are accelerating their involvement in condo development and looking for developable New York land.

“There’s a whole lot of capital in Asia that wants to be invested [here],” said Kevin Swill, chief operating officer of the New York-based Carlton Group, a real estate investment banking firm. “They look to the U.S., even with ups and downs, and it’s still the most stable real estate market in the world.” …..

 

 

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The visa announcement came just after President Obama’s arrival in Beijing, where he addressed Asian business leaders at a summit of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation. Under the visa agreement, business and short-term tourist visas will be valid for 10 years, while student and cultural exchange visas will last for 5 years, putting China on level footing with other major trade partners like Brazil and several European countries. Currently, such visas expire after one year. “I’ve heard from American business leaders about how valuable this step will be. And we’ve worked hard to achieve this outcome because it clearly serves the mutual interest of both of our countries,” Obama said. 

中新社华盛顿11月10日消息,白宫10日表示,美方将于本月12日起实施对华新签证措施,为前往美国从事商务和旅游活动的中国公民颁发有效期最长为10年的多次入境签证,为赴美留学的中国公民颁发有效期最长为5年的多次入境签证。
        美国总统奥巴马当地时间10日在北京宣布对华新签证措施,中国公民赴美商业旅游签证将延长至10年,赴美学生签证将延长至5年。中方同日表示,中美经过友好协商并本着平等互惠原则,已就互为对方商务、旅游和留学人员颁发长期多次签证达成共识,这将便利中美两国人员往来,对促进各领域交流与合作具有重要意义。
        白宫在当天发布的声明中说,新的签证安排将进一步密切美中经贸、投资、商业和人文联系,美方将于2014年11月12日根据新的互惠协议发放签证。白宫同时表示,放宽美国公民赴华签证措施也有利于提振美国出口,加强两国经贸联系。
        白宫说,中国目前是世界上出境旅游增长最快的国家,长期以来美国一直是中国旅客向往的目的地国,但每年仅有低于2%的中国出境旅客选择美国,其中出行成本和签证问题是最受关注的两个问题。
        根据白宫发布的数据,2013年共有180万中国旅行者访问美国,为美国经济做出211亿美元贡献,帮助美国增加了10.9万个就业岗位。白宫预计,实施“有竞争力”的签证政策后,到2021年将有730万中国旅行者来到美国,为美国经济贡献850亿美元,帮助美国增加44万个就业岗位。
       11月12日,美国国务卿克里在北京美国驻华使馆签证大厅,为首批获得10年有效美国签证的中国公民颁发签证。当地时间12日在华盛顿的中国驻美使馆也发出了首张10年有效期美国赴中国签证。

 

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Updated: 2014-07-10 07:38
By ADELINA ZHANG in New York (China Daily USA)

中国日报 http://usa.chinadaily.com.cn/epaper/2014-07/10/content_17704145.htm

网易财经 http://money.163.com/14/0710/09/A0PHTL4R00253B0H.html 

China may be the second-largest economy in the world, but when it comes to buying residential real estate in the United States, it’s No. 1.

Foreign purchases jumped to 35 percent last year, and Chinese customers led the way with $22 billion out of the $92.2 billion total spent by foreign buyers in the US real estate market, according to a report by the National Association of Realtors (NAR).

“We live in an international marketplace; so while all real estate is local, that does not mean that all property buyers are,” NAR President Steve Brown said in the report released on Tuesday.”Foreign buyers are being enticed to US real estate because of what they recognize as attractive prices, economic stability and an incredible opportunity for investment in their future.”

From April 2012-March 2013, Chinese customers spent approximately $12.8 billion in the US market, according to the NAR, and the previous year foreign buyers spent $68.2 billion on US real estate.

“The US real estate market is a relatively safe investment,” said Selma Hepp, senior economist at the California Association of Realtors (CAR). “Maybe there’s not that much confidence in the banking system in China, so the strong property rights in the US drive a lot of that demand. Also, the housing prices in the US are still affordable compared to the rest of the world,” she told China Daily on Wednesday.

The NAR said that among the hot areas for Chinese buyers are Irvine, California, and Los Angeles’ San Gabriel Valley, home to several Asian-immigrant communities.

“They’re interested in already established Chinese communities, in California and they are the predominate buyers there,” said Hepp.

International buyers are more likely to make all-cash purchases when compared to domestic buyers, she said. In 2014, nearly 60 percent of reported international transactions were all cash, compared to only one-third of domestic purchases, said the NAR.

The CAR released a survey in April that showed an increase of 8 to 9 percent of international buyers in California, with the majority being Chinese middle-aged males of high income who paid cash.

Many foreigners seek areas based on the distance from their home country, presence of relatives, climate, and education opportunities, where their children can learn English.

Hepp said that California has always been a popular market for Asian investors, especially Chinese.

Chinese buyers tend to target higher-priced markets, such as California, Washington, and New York, according to the NAR’s report.

Sofia Falleroni, an associate broker at Town Residential in New York City, told China Daily that she will close on a $6.25 million apartment sale in the city’s West Chelsea area to a Chinese buyer in January 2015.

“The New York market has been considered a stable market for the past 40 years, even with its up and downs,” said Falleroni, who said she has worked with at least10 Chinese buyers in the past year. “Buyers coming from China are looking to establish a presence in the US. New York is a place where there are a lot of opportunities, for not only real estate, but also the job market, the best education.”

Chinese buyers have been interested in the US market in recent years, ever since the 2008 financial downturn, after which they saw New York as one of the safest places to invest, said Richard Grossman, executive vice-president and managing director at New York-based Halstead Property.

“[Foreign investors] from countries with a good economy, tend to look to diversify in the US,” said Grossman. “New York is a good place for investors to put their money in because New York is one of the financial capitals of the world.”

 
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