That's according to Tom Shapiro, Founder & President of global real estate investment firm, GoldenTree InSite Partners. Speaking at the Reuters Global Real Estate Summit, Shapiro said that while his firm had not made any investment in the US for two years, he was now seeing some of the best opportunities to make money on RE deals in the US (in the last 20 years) thanks to the attractive entry points. And that his firm was now more focused on deals in its home country.
Could the re-emergence of the US on the radars of global investors like GoldenTree mean less money for the "original" emerging markets (aka BRICs)?
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