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US, UK and China lead the way as investors build property’s wall of money to record height

Published on May 11th, 2015

DTZ reports 4% rise in capital targeting Asia Pacific real estate, well behind a 12% leap for money chasing US property, but rising bond yields look set to curtail the…

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