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CLOSED OF ESCROW: BUYER REPRESENTATION FOR THE RETAIL INVESTMENT PROPERTY

~11,000 SF retail property in Temecula, CA.

Highlight of multiple features:

– Mixed with credit and long-term tenants.

– Close proximity to The Home Depot, Walmart, Stater Bros Markets, McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Temecula Valley Hospital, and etc.

– On a major road in the city.

– Vineyards and wineries in Temecula.

LEASED: TENANT REPRESENTATION FOR INDUSTRIAL PROPERTY

~22,840 SF industrial property in Chino, CA

Highlight of multiple features:

Ceiling height: 24 feet

Dock high doors: 2

Ground level doors: 3

Office: ~1,240 SF

An auto parts importer/distributor expands the business and relocates to a larger warehouse.

Positive real estate investment environment in Los Angeles / Southern California

Chinese investors may also intend to diversify the investments in addition to those of in China and Asia. The positive trend of appreciation U.S. currency against RMB supports the investment decision of buying and holding long-term assets in Southern California.

http://www.ladowntownnews.com/news/why-the-chinese-market-crash-might-be-good-for-downtown/article_90f9f49c-5e53-11e5-9b87-df29a5e95c1f.html

Cross-Boarder Investment: Who bought U.S. Trophy Assets?

Commercial Real Estate Market Information:

Entities from Singapore, China, Hong Kong, South Korea.

http://www.costar.com/News/Article/China-Singapore-Sling-Capital-Across-Pacific-To-Buy-US-Trophy-Assets/146639

(Source: Costar.com)

What are the current opportunities to real estate investors? If you are interested in investing in real estate in the U.S., how would you evaluate transactions?

Please feel free to leave your comments and insight.

Good resources for U.S. exporters & Asian importers (Ex-Im Bank of the U.S.)

U.S. exporters may want to increase international sales, but it is difficult to evaluate the international buyers’ risks and profiles.

Strong Asian currencies may lead to new opportunities, but additional working capital is required to expand the international market.

Asian importers identify good U.S. products, but U.S. exporters refuse to extend terms for the purchase.

If you have similar problems and concerns, the following information may be useful.

http://www.exim.gov/

http://www.hktdc.com/info/web/mi/article.htm?LANGUAGE=en&ARTICLE_ID=1X07WR3O&DATASOURCE=hkti

Please feel free to contact me @ jeff.kwong@hotmail.com if you would like to get more information.

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