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Chinese Investment Pullback To Continue,
Drive Down Prices In 2019 
The Chinese government continues to restrict investment in the U.S. and European real estate markets, which look likely to show some strain this year. New studies from Green Street Advisors and Real Capital Analytics predict that Chinese investors will continue to sell quite a bit more real estate than they buy overseas in 2019. 


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