Faculty Advisor or Committee Member
Roberto Pietroforte, Advisor
In recent years the rapidly growing Chinese real estate market has attracted the attention of investors from all over the world. Foreign investments in China, however, could be risky and difficult to be undertaken. This study investigates the opportunities and barriers that foreign real estate developers may experience in China. First, the features and the governmental role in the local real estate market are introduced. Next, the typical activities of a real estate investment are analyzed. Two US and Chinese cases are presented and compared. Lastly, opportunities and barriers to foreign investors are introduced and discussed. The study, in addition, contains some recommendations that are drawn from past successful foreign real estate investments.
Worcester Polytechnic Institute
Civil & Environmental Engineering
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Wang, Qiansi, "The Real Estate Market in China:Features, Opportunities and Barriers to U.S. Investors" (2012). Masters Theses (All Theses, All Years). 616.
Real Estate Market in China