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A great deal has happened since the first edition of this book appeared in 2012, and this fourth edition coincides with renewed confidence in the real estate market. The real estate market is often described as cyclical, and there is no doubt that we are now seeing positive investor sentiment in a market enjoying upward momentum.
Each chapter of The Real Estate Law Review has been updated to focus on key developments in that jurisdiction and their impact on the relevant domestic and wider global real estate market. The Real Estate Law Review offers real estate practitioners and their clients an immediate and accessible summary of the position in the many countries covered, as well as the global real estate market as a whole.
The globalisation of the real estate market continues apace, and it is fundamentally important to develop an understanding of the legal and commercial opportunities and challenges pertinent to each country, and how each local market forms an integral part of the global picture.
This fourth edition seeks to provide an overview of the state of the global real estate investment market. Although there is without question significantly more good news around, the financial and economic turmoil of recent years serves as a reminder of how fragile markets can be, and a number of obstacles remain on what may prove to be a bumpy road to global recovery.